9 Reasons Why 40 Degrees In Jaipur Can Be Exciting

We are almost on the verge of reaching a temperature of 40 degrees and although you hate it when the heat goes a notch up or when you think there is no point of taking a shower as you will be drenched in sweat by the time you get dressed, there are some things that make these hot months worthwhile in Jaipur.

1. Sleep till late 

Sleep all you want, once you have reached home from a tiring day at school. Especially when the weekend arrives, no one wakes you up early morning and by the time you wake up, half of the blazing day is gone 🙂

Sunday morning II

2. Go To World Trade Park and settle there 

No electricity ? No problem ! World Trade Park hai na 😉 Just go there and chill in the air conditioned mall along with some window shopping and snacks for as long as you want to stay 🙂

3. Slap anyone and blame it on mosquitoes 

Try this one at your own risk  😉


4. No one says no to Cold Drinks


5. Perfect excuse to run through the water sprinklers in gardens 

Let the child inside you jump out and run through the water sprinklers till you are drenched 🙂

Girl jumps through water sprinkler.

6. Throw snowballs at Snowpark in Jaipur 

Summers are here, and there is no better time to visit Snow Planet in Malviya Nagar.


7.  The electricity department definitely gains a lot 

Due to the high usage of electricity especially air conditioners, electricity department has a gala time in summers !


8. Heatstroke is an all-time excuse for not showing up at work/school 

Don’t want to go to office tomorrow? Heat stroke is your favorite excuse  😉


9. Your parents won’t ask you to go out and play 

So you get a chance to stick to your lazy bed/sofa and play games on your mobiles and laptops as your parents would be scared to send you outside due to loo !


 *Written by young school students – Rishabh, Pranay, Bhavya, Aryan who were interning with us at Jaipur Beat.

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