This summer session is really dangerous for all people many states of India facing heat problems. India recorded its highest-ever temperature on Thursday when Phalodi in Rajasthan recorded 51°C as several north and north-western states faced the heat wave, according to India Meteorological Department.
The states facing heat wave are Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana and Maharashtra, but Rajasthan is facing severe heat wave conditions. Some of the cities that crossed the 45°C mark on Thursday included Jaipur, Rajkot, Udaipur and Bhopal, while Ahmedabad and Gwalior surpassed 46°C and recorded 46.9°C and 46.4°C, respectively. A close second to the highest temperature was in Churu, in west Rajasthan, which recorded 50.2°C
So, keep care and stay away from sun rays and protect yourself with sunscreens and proper clothes.