India's  Top 10  Coldest Place

28/NOVEMBER /2023

As winter tightens its icy grip, journey with us through the  frost-kissed landscapes of India's top 10 coldest places.


Nestled in the newly formed Union Territory of Ladakh, Leh takes the crown with a bone-chilling -13°C. Explore Ladakh's largest town, surrounded by awe-inspiring landscapes shaped by its unique cultural tapestry.


Perched along the Manali-Leh highway, Keylong boasts -7.7°C. This northern Himachal Pradesh town is a gateway to the majestic Himalayas, where the Chandra, Bhaga, and Chenab valleys converge.


Journey to Jammu and Kashmir's Anantnag district to find Pahalgam at -6.6°C. Adorned with snow-covered landscapes, it's a beloved winter destination, offering a perfect blend of tranquility and adventure.


Another gem in Jammu and Kashmir, Gulmarg graces the list at -6°C. Known for its scenic beauty and winter sports, Gulmarg's allure extends beyond its chilling temperatures.


The summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir, Srinagar, reports -5°C. Embrace the iconic Dal Lake draped in winter's tranquility and explore the timeless charm of this tourist hub.


Located in the west of Jammu and Kashmir, Kupwara braves -4.5°C. Discover the resilience of this remote town near the country's border, painted with a winter's touch.


In the Breng valley of Anantnag district, Kokernag stands at -4°C. Delve into the serenity of this sub-district town, where winter casts its magic over the  landscape. 


At an elevation of 1670 meters, Qazigund in Anantnag district endures -4°C. Explore the elegance of this elevated town, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains.


In the Sutlej river valley of Himachal Pradesh, Kalpa records -0.6°C. Wander through this charming village, a favorite among tourists seeking winter whispers and scenic beauty.


Situated 35 km from Qazigund, Banihal experiences -0.4°C. Delight in the rural charm of this area, surrounded by snow-covered landscapes that add a touch of magic to the winter scene.