Winters in Rajasthan are chilling, but considered to be the best time to visit due to its pleasant day time weather that are exposed for the travellers to check-out its beautiful attractions and indulge in various fun activities the state has to offer. Extending from December to March are the months that fall under winter season. While January remains the most coldest of all. The state shows substantial variation in its minimum and maximum temperatures from the day till the night time, that lies between 10°C to 27°C. While there are certain regions like Sikar, Churu, Pilani and Bikaner where the minimum temperature falls to minus 2ºC in the night. Such sharp fall in the night temperature is witnessed in all the sandy zones of the western Rajasthan. Whereas, the other parts of Rajasthan leaving the south-eastern part of Kota, Bundi and Baran and the western district of Barmer records the average temperatures of above 10ºC.
Winters is an ideal season also because of the various fairs and festivals that are held during this time, attracting a lot of tourists interested in experiencing the royally colorful and delicious Rajasthan. The tourists visiting Rajasthan during winters are recommended to arrive along with sufficient woollen clothes and warm shawls, which will help them to get through the shivery nights of the state.