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Mukutmanipur Weather And Best Time To Visit Mukutmanipur
Located in the Bankura district of West Bengal near to Bengal Jharkhand border, Mukutmanipur is a popular tourist destination for the people of the state. Serene and calm, far from the madding crowd, Mukutmanipur offers the perfect ambiance and opportunity for tourists to relax and also catch up on some local sightseeing. Tourists get a flavor of Bengal countryside but it is well developed to offer the right amenities to the visitors. The best season for exploring Mukutmanipur is undoubtedly in winter. Let us take a quick look at the weather part in the area.
Summer (March to June)
Summer sets in Mukutmanipur in the month of April and continues well into June. Like most of the other regions in the plains of the Bengal, Mukutmanipur experiences sizzling summers. Temperatures rise steadily and cross the 45°C mark with ease. It is scorching hot, sultry and humid. The sun beats down in all its ferocity and the locals barely manage to get through the months. A visit to Mukutmanipur during summer is strictly not recommended for the extreme heat makes it not only impossible to move around but could also cause health-related problems like nausea and heat stroke.
Monsoon (July to September)
The first spell of showers that hit Mukutmanipur puts an end to the agony of the summer months. The rains infuse freshness and life to the surroundings. Bengal countryside gets a new lease of life and the trees seem to spring back to life. The greenery is mesmerizing and has people traveling to Mukutmanipur to enjoy the weather and beautiful ambiance. The monsoon lasts from July to September and is a good time to visit Mukutmanipur. However, tourists should be warned of the increase in humidity brought on by the rains and the latter also affects the transportation facilities in the area.
Winter (October to February)
If you are looking to enjoy yourself in Mukutmanipur, travel and explore, then the best time is undoubtedly winter. The weather improves vastly. The skies clear up, with no clouds or rains, the perfectly blue skies are stunning to look at. Humidity levels fall drastically so there is no discomfort. The slight chill in the air feels good and is refreshing. December and January are the coldest months of the season but after the extreme heat of the summer months, people do not complain about the cold. The warm glow of the morning sun feels nice. It is truly excellent weather in Mukutmanipur and tourist footfalls increase considerably.