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Geography of Jaipur

Pink City Jaipur is located in the eastern region of Rajasthan, surrounded on threesides by the rugged Aravali hills. It is situated at 26°55'N 75°49'E (26.92°N 75.82°E). It is surrounded by Alwar and Sikar in the North; by Sikar, Nagaur, and Ajmer in West; by Ajmer, Tonk, and Sawai Madhopur in the South and by Dausa and Bharatpur zones in East. It has an average altitude of 430 metres (1414 ft).

Discussing the geographical site of Jaipur, India, the city is located in the northern region of India. Jaipur is situated in a very dry and sandy region. The capital of Rajasthan Jaipur is situated at a well-to-do distance of about Two hundred fifty eight kilometres from Delhi, Two hundred thirty two kilometres from Agra, Three hundred fifty kilometres from Gwalior and Four hundred five kilometres from Udaipur. Jaipur is well-linked with all main cities of the country by air, rail and road.

Jaipur Climate

Climatic term assists one to understand the geography of Jaipur in the accurate feel. Individual an integral region of Thar Desert region of Rajasthan, Jaipur`s climate is characterized to be hot and muggy. All the 3 seasons specifically monsoon summer and winter severally, had affect on the geography of Jaipur. The individuals of Jaipur witness great climate. Summers are hot and winters are freeze and cool. Days are glossy and delighting. Winter nights in Jaipur are quite suspending and temperature drops down to even 5ºC. 

A month beginning from middle March to June consists of summer season with maximum temperature increasing to as high as 45°C. During winter evening fog surrounds the entire of Jaipur city. In fact winter season starts from October and continues till March. It is the apt time for visiting Jaipur.

In July one can witness monsoon in Jaipur with plenty dust and thunderstorms. Nevertheless rainfall is meager. Yearly rainfall has been counted to be 556 mm. However in the days succeeding monsoon season i.e in the month of September, days grew warm and wet again. 

Jaipur Rivers

No one can think of examining geography of Jaipur without acknowledging its rivers. Famous rivers like Bandi, Banganga, Moral, Dhund, Sabi, Sakha, Masi and Dai. Person one of the major rivers, Sabi river has its source in Jaipur district which traverses different municipalities of Jaipur. 

These comprise Mansu, Bahrod, Mandawar, Kishangarh and Tihara. A dam has been constructed over the Bangana River, which supplies drinking water to different residents of Jaipur. The whole length of the Banganga is Three hundred eighty kms.