What Was the Highest Temperature in India?

The hottest day in India was recorded on April 27, 1958 when the temperature reached 47.9 degrees Celsius, according to NDTV. North India's recent high temperatures have reached a blistering 43 degrees Celsius.

India's regions consist of tightly clustered and widely varied microclimates. A lot of North India is kept warm, or is only mildly chilly or cold during winter. The Himalayan mountain system keeps most regions in India hot in summer; the Himalayans are Earth's highest and largest mountain range. India has four unique times of the year: winter, summer, monsoon or rainy season and autumn. India's lowest recorded temperature was -45 degrees Celsius in Dras, according to Wikipedia.