The Climate of Rajasthan in northwestern India is generally arid or semi-arid and features fairly hot temperatures over the year with extreme temperatures in both summer and winter.
Due to the Desert Geography, Temperatures frequently climb above 40 to 45 degree's Celsius in most places.
Due to its location Rajasthan has summers as the longest season.
In this time tourist activities are very low. The army reduces its patrol time.
The cold weather commences early in October and comes to an end in the middle of January.The climate in the cold weather is pleasant to very cold.
The state has two distinct periods of rainfall: rainfall due to the South-West Monsoon after summer and rainfall due to Western Disturbances .