Best Time To Visit Vaishali

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What is the best time to visit Vaishali?

Vaishali has a sub-tropical climate, i.e., scorching in summers and cool in winters. Though the city can be visited anytime during the year, the maximum tourists visit the city in winters on the occasion of World Peace Festival.

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Monthly Weather in Vaishali

Month High/Low (°C) Rain
January 21°/ 11° 4 days
February 24°/ 12° 4 days
March 30°/ 18° 4 days
April 35°/ 20° 4 days
May 41°/ 25° 0 days
June 39°/ 27° 13 days
July 33°/ 25° 21 days
August 33°/ 25° 17 days
September 30°/ 24° 26 days
October 30°/ 21° 3 days
November 30°/ 18° 0 days
December 23°/ 11° 3 days

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Vaishali in Winter (November - February)

Though winter mornings in Vaishali are pleasant and ideal for sightseeing, the town receives chilly nights with dense fogs. Temperature ranges between 25 to 4 degrees during this season. The Kalachakra Festival is a major attraction in this season.

Vaishali in Monsoon (July - September)

Monsoons bring high rainfall in the region. Rains bring down the temperature of Vaishali and make the weather comfortable for sightseeing.

Vaishali in Summer (March - June)

Summer temperature in Vaishali ranges between 25 to 45 degrees. The hot and humid climate attracts fewer tourists during this season leading to a drop in hotel prices.

Events in Vaishali

Sonepur Mela

20th November 2019

The Sonepur Cattle Fair is one of the largest fairs of animals in Asia that takes place annually in the Vaishali district of Bihar. Situated on the bank of the river Gandak, the city of Sonepur holds (Read More)the annual livestock fair, commonly known as 'Sonepur Mela'. This year it is going to be held on 20th November 2019. Though famous as a cattle fair, Sonepur Mela has a common proverb to its name which goes as: One can buy everything in Sonepur Mela, from a needle to an elephant. The saying, however, does not hold any longer, for the sale and purchase of elephants has been declared illegal since 2004, after the implementation of the Wildlife Protection Act, 1972. However, the Sonepur Mela still has much to offer to its visitors who come from all across the country as well as abroad; from handicraft stores to trade of Dogs, Buffaloes and Donkies. The Mela stretches from 15 days to a month.

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Vaishali Photos

Vaishali, Bihar
The Ashoka pillar
Buddha's stupa
Vishwa Shanti Stupa , Abhishek pushkarni (coronation tank) and Archeological museums

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