'Wake me up when September ends': Our fluffy friends seek respite from heatwave and how
Updated On : 11 Jun 2019,03:01 PM
With delayed monsoon, there seems to be no relief from the heatwave conditions in north and central regions of India. The national capital reeled under scorching conditions as the maximum temperature settled at 48 degrees Celsius, which was the season's highest. The weatherman has warned that heatwave conditions will prevail in north and central India next week, and predicted "severe heatwave" in Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan over the next two days. On Sunday, Sri Ganganagar in western Rajasthan was the hottest place in the country at 48.5 degrees Celsius, while Churu and Kota districts of the state followed close behind, recording a maximum temperature of 48.3 degrees Celsius each. While we humans are sipping lemonade to seek some relief, here’s how our fluffy friends are having the best of the summer.
Playing hide and seek with the Sun!
Don't forget your greens!