The western Thar Desert areas of India are extremely hot, dry and arid most of the year, cooling off in the evenings during winter months.
The northern plains, where Delhi and Agra are located, experience an extreme range of temperatures that fluctuate between hot summers and freezing cold winters.
The western Himalayas sport frosty alpine tundras, glaciers and snow-capped mountains throughout the entire year.
The southern areas of the country, including coastal islands, have heat indices comparable to the western desert, although it is also incredibly humid.
And central India, including Bhopal and Kanha National Park, has more of a complex composite of hot and dry, humid subtropical and temperate conditions, depending on the time of year.