Delhiites woke up to a freezing morning as severe cold waves blew across the national capital. Dense fog engulfed parts of the national capital on morning of February 02.
People in Delhi took refuge in night shelter as cold waves continue to intensify in the national capital.
Dense fog and cold waves engulfed parts of the national capital on December 30. Intense cold waves have disrupted normal life out of gear in northern India.
Braving the cold weather, people were seen sitting near the fire on December 30 in Delhi's Anand Vihar.
Cold waves enveloped the city of Moradabad on December 29.
Dense layer of fog engulfed Punjab's Ludhiana. It leads to poor visibility in the city on December 29.
Speaking to ANI in the national capital on December 28, the regional head of India Meteorological Department (IMD) in Delhi.
The temperature in the national capital continued to remain below normal as cold waves persisted in the city.
Amid winter season, special arrangements have been made for deities at a temple.
Cold waves gripped national capital once again on January 29. Temperature has dipped down in Delhi due to rainfall received on January 28.
Delhi is continuously reeling under cold waves. The temperature has dropped down further to several degrees due to heavy snowfall in parts of North India
Temperature has dipped down in Delhi after parts of North India received heavy snowfall on Jan 07. Delhi is reeling under cold waves. A thick layer of fog has also covered the national capital. Pollution level has also increased in the city.
New Delhi, Jan 03 (ANI): The cold waves continued to hit national capital. A layer of fog was observed in parts of Delhi. Locals flock to tea stalls to safeguard themselves from chilly waves. Temperature has dropped down in Delhi due to snowfall in
The cold waves are reeling in the national capital.