Delhi Weather in November


Season: Cool Season or Winter 

Delhi weather in November becomes cool and pleasant, and the cool season just gets into full swing. The average temperature keeps at about 21℃ (70℉) and the average highest temperature can climb to about 28℃ (82℉) in the midday. However, when the sun goes down, the temperature drops rapidly, to around 13℃ (55℉) averagely at the lowest level. This month hardly sees any rain and the historical data only shows the total precipitation of 5 mm and there is only 1 rainy day. The humidity also keeps at a comparatively low level, about 68%

This is undoubtedly one of the busiest travel months of the year thanks to its cool and dry weather, attracting numerous visitors from all over the world. Another reason for tourists going to Delhi in November is Diwali Festival, also known as the Festival of Lights, which is one of the grandest festivals in the whole of India.


Averages for Delhi Weather in November

Temperature: 21°C / 70°F
High Temperature: 28°C / 82°F
Low Temperature: 13°C / 55°F
Humidity: 68%
Rainfall: 5 mm
Rainy Days: 1 day
Sunrise: 06:33 ~ 06:56
Sunset: 17:24 ~ 17:36

What to Wear in Delhi in November

In November, it is suggested to prepare some light clothes for your daytime Delhi exploration; T-shirts, long sleeve shirts, thin sweaters, hoodies and jeans are suitable. However, visitors should put on more clothes in the early mornings and late evenings; jackets, trench coats, and sweaters are recommended.           
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Top Things to Do in Delhi in November

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There are too many things to do in Delhi in November, and only the best ones are listed here. Take a stroll around the City’s symbolic structure, the towering India Gate. Appreciate the gorgeous Humayun's Tomb that was built 400 years ago and this is also the country’s earliest garden tomb. Pay a visit to Red Fort to experience the once power center of Mughal Empire. It is also recommended to enjoy a picnic in the peaceful Lodhi Garden and get astonished at the magnificent architecture and brilliant theme show of Swaminarayan Akshardham. For those who love shopping, then Chandni Chowk, Khari Baoli, and Connaught Place are the best places to satisfy your shopping needs and offer you interesting Indian bazaar experiences, where you can also find some fine dining options. Last but not least, don’t miss the Diwali Festival that is to celebrate the victory of light over darkness.  


1. Advanced booking for hotels, attractions, and flights is very necessary if traveling to Delhi in November.
2. Visitors need to wear thick clothes on cool nights in case of catching a cold.
- Last updated on Apr. 14, 2023 by Kate Liu -