Thursday, March 3, 2011
Going from March to June, the summer season is the hottest time in most of the parts of India. The most hectic season of this tropical country, summer scorches almost all the parts of India with sweltering heat. Hot winds and scorching sun are the two most inseparable constituents of Indian summer. Light cotton clothes remain the order of the day to protect yourself of the prickly heat of Indian summer.In some of the hilly and desert areas, water too becomes a scarcity during summer. The month of June is the hottest month of the year in India when temperature crosses even 45 degrees. It is not advisable to the tourists to visit the country during summer for the fear of various infections and ailments like Cholera and diarrhea.But, if it is unavoidable, do remember to eat light and stay light during summer in India. It is suggested not to eat out at the local eateries for the fear of infections. It is suggested to carry lemonades with you all the times. A sunscreen lotion is a must irrespective of the time you are going out for. Avoid going out in the sun if possible for you can get severe sunburns.