How is Delhi in July

We have updated on Delhi in July guide for 2019.

  • Delhi Weather in July
  • Selected Delhi Events in July
  • What to Pack for Delhi in July

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Historical Temperature in Delhi in July

Temperature in Delhi ranges from 35C/95F to 28C/82F in Delhi in July. July and August are rainy months in Delhi. Rains in Delhi create havoc on the roads. Its best to spend time indoors or close to large parks that look pristine after it rains in Delhi.

Monsoon rains are a godsend in Delhi. Delhi-ites or the people of Delhi relish the respite the rains bring from the hot days and live with the chaos on the roads due to water logging.

How to enjoy rains in Delhi

  • Walk around Lodi Garden
  • Walk around Hauz Khas
  • Photo ops abound in July as rains clean up the pollutions. The sky is clear and blue. The roads and gardens look freshly washed just for you.
  • Eat at rooftop eateries
  • Watch a movie – movie watching is cheap in Delhi with tickets costing just USD $1.5- $4 each. Tickets are available at
Delhi nights in July by shitanshu
Delhi nights in July

Selected Delhi Events in July 2019

What to pack for Delhi in July

  1. Umbrella or a rain coat is a must
  2. Slippers so that you do not get your shoes wet
  3. Carry a mosquito repellent. Mosquitos start breeding after the rains in Delhi

What to avoid

  • Avoid traveling around the city roads because you will encounter a lot of traffic
  • Avoid going to old Delhi, Paharganj, Karol Bagh because there will be waterlogging in these areas
  • Do not keep windows open without mosquito nets on them.
  • Do not experiment with street food. The chances of allergies and infections rise due to the rains
  • Do not drink un sterilised water

Tours of Delhi in July

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