India’s northern border state of Punjab is undoubtedly the most vibrant in the county with its striking geographical features and its rich cultural heritage. It is located on the Northern borders of India, sharing the border with Pakistan. The state of Punjab has complex political geography, with the state being bifurcated in two parts post-partition during India’s Independence.
The formation of Himalayan ranges to the east and north-east is due to the Indo-Australian plate and Eurasian Plate. While the upper regions of the Himalayan Ranges are snow-covered throughout the year, the lower ranges run from Rawalpindi to Jammu and Kashmir. The Indus, the Beas, the Ravi, the Sutlej, and the Jhelum are five rivers of Punjab running from the foothills of Himalayas.
The climate of Punjab is uneven throughout the year. Summers exist between mid-April to the end of June. The monsoon season is from July to September, post which the Winters transcends. The temperature of the state ranges between as low as 5-degrees Celsius in summer to 49-degrees Celsius in the scorching heats of summers.
A - Weather in Amritsar is 5° today.
A - Climate Conditions in Amritsar shows fog today.
A - Humidity in Amritsar is 100% today.
A - Wind speed in Amritsar is 3.13 km/h, flowing at 321° wind direction. today.
A - Amritsar's Latitude is 31.633060 & Longitude is 74.865562.