Raja Hotel

5, Ara Kashan Road, Ram Nagar, Near New Delhi Rly. Station, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of
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February temperature

by asmahmorni

Hi everyone,

I will be travelling to New Delhi on 2nd February 2011, can someone enlighten me on the February temperature please.

What will be the temperature in early february?
Do I need to pack thick clothing at all?

Thank you.

Re: February temperature

by HansDK


Re: February temperature

by earthflyer

Day time temps will be around 20c in the sun but night time will feel colder, so yes you will need a coat and some jumpers.

Temps to rise quick in February but if you are going early Feb then you will catch the last bit of their winter.

Re: February temperature

by WWFRanger

You can check this link for last years tempratures in February,in Delhi.


Re: February temperature

by anilpradhanshillong

Feb. first week will be cold. And dreary if the sky is overcast. And chilly if the wind (no, not breeze) kicks in. And depressing if the drizzle decides to play spoilsport. So, carry warm clothings, leggings and thermals. However, with global warming, perhaps, it won't be that unpleasant. Day temperature will be higher but be careful of the evenings and nights.

Re: February temperature

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

A rain coat would be useful as well in case of showers!!

Re: February temperature

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Months Max Min Rainfall
January 21 07 25
February 24 10 22

Travel Tips for New Delhi

EMERGENCY numbers when in Delhi

by iris2002

Well... not really the favorite thing..... but a necessary one nevertheless.

One thing I did before leaving the UK, I noted down all the emergency numbers of the places I went to, including embassy or consular offices... and boy... did THEY come in handy, so here's the delhi list...


Police 100

Commissioner of Police
3319661(O) 4100789(R)

Police Headquarters 3352678

DCP Security 6885001(O) 4603727(R)
Fax: 6881152

DCP Traffic 6198928(O)

Chanakyapuri Police Station 3011100, 3012003

Parliament Street Police Station 3361100, 3542700

Tughlak Road Police Station 3014878, 3012100

Tilak Marg Police Station 3382100

Fire Service 101

Ambulance 102

Accident & Trauma 10999

(Be warned, some of those lines are going to private house-holds, and you might have to wait a long time to actually have someone pick up)

The best way in case of emergency is, contact your embassy...

India Embassy directory Leaving the 48 degree dusty city for the monsoon ridden Nepal...

Buy some more Gods

by l_joo about Buy some more Gods

Now I don't know the name of this God, it looked like many hands and with two lions under him/her with another person in floating position, please tell me the name of this God, if you know. Anyway I hung it up in front of my desktop, very beautiful, nice work.

For the adventurous

by bashboo about Karims

The Jama masjid branch of Karim's is the original and still by my account the best. It is just opposite the famous mosque, but it is down an alley-way so you should probably ask for directions from a local when you get there. this area comes alive at night with a hustle and bustle uniquely reserved and distinctively 'Old Delhi' - the smells, sounds and sights are enough to work you up an appetite- BEWARE though, it is not for the faint-hearted nor the fussy...
The kebabs here are brilliant, the main dishes are good too but I mainly go for a few things...Read on. Seekh Kebab, Mutton Barra and Firni for dessert.

India Gate

by MM212

Completed in 1931, India Gate was erected as a war memorial to commemorate the soldiers who died in WWI and the Afghan War. The 42-metre monument was designed by the architect Sir Edwin Lutyens in a style adapted from Classical triumphal arches. It is located in the centre of a large roundabout at the end of Rajpath, the ceremonial boulevard in the heart of New Delhi. The arch has become a prime symbol of the capital city.

Quwwat-ul-Islam mosque

by Rupanworld

Quwwat-ul-Islam mosque is also known as the Qutb Mosque or the Great Mosque of Delhi. It was built by Qutb-ud-din Aybak, the founder of the Slave dynasty. The construction of the mosque was started in the 1190s. For its construction, the jain temple built by the hindu rulers, Tomars and Prithvi Raj Chauhan, that was earlier at this spot was destroyed. However, beautiful stone pillars from the temple were used in the mosque. These stone pillars have beautiful sculptures of Hindu deities. The iron pillar also forms part of this mosque. To the west of this mosque, there is the tomb of Iltutmish. The mosque is in ruins now, but quite popular with tourists.


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