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Dirtyflint says

In what area of India there are no rains during the period from the beginning of February till the end of April? Thanks for answers. =)))

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pxt says

I know Gujarat and Maharashtra are dry during that period. Hope that helps :)

Monsoon is around June to September in that area.

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Dirtyflint says
I know Gujarat and Maharashtra are dry during that period. Hope that helps :)

Yes, it is the helpful information. Thanks, PPDesign!

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HaziqMir says

I live in Kashmir (not India, though). Here, we’ll have rains soon. For now, it’s occasional to see raindrops

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SaurabhSharma says

Rajasthan and Gujarat. Monsoon comes in late June.. till September.

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Dirtyflint says

PixusDesign, SaurabhSharma Many thanks, guys! What about Karnataka, Kerala? I will ride on a motorcycle, (of course on Enfield), and do not want to get wet. =)))

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SaurabhSharma says

Its perfect season for biking. Are you planning a whole journey on Bike? I mean from Delhi to Kerala? Or you will be hiring bikes in those cities.

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Dirtyflint says

I want to rent a motorcycle in New Delhi (i rented there before, last winter) or in Mumbai (but there i do not know where to find the bike) and go somewhere far away. The last time rode Delhi – Agra – Kanpur – Varanasi – Satna – Khajuraho – Jansi – Kota – Ajmer – Pushkar – Jaypur – Delhi. Near Khajuraho two days had rain and on wet pavement, i fell three times in an accident (traffic rules in India, no one knows rules on road), so i want to go where no rain. But it was the best trip! Simply super, very interesting and unusual. Best of the best!
...and i want more! =)))

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SaurabhSharma says

That sounds rocking. Tips for riding on Indian roads – Exceed 80kmph only when you are on a express way highway. Otherwise bumps, digs, cattle and sudden arrival of people on roads may surprise you. In rains, you slip only when the rain has just started. Once the road is flushed completely, you get more grip. And 80% reason of your accident was Enfield. That bike is like a bull. If you ride crazy, it will throw you down. ;)

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Dirtyflint says

When i travel, i do not want to drive very fast, and driving is very slow (30-40km) for see the country. Fall was because in front of me on the road driving “tuk-tuk” – they had me miss, but in India no one misses the other vehicles. I braked, the wheels were blocked and the bike drop down. On my feet and now there are blue spots from the blows.
But i’ve seen a lot of interesting, i saw holiday holly in a mountain village (me and my motorcycle sprinkled colored powder =)), seen in the way people are preparing to celebrate the holy spirit, saw the wedding (drummers played on the tabla very good),the battle at a railway crossing when drivers traveling with the two sides as “a wall against the wall” – unbelievable! I saw a lot of other interesting, awesome things.
It was very fun! =)))
I has wanted to go to in Udaipur, but there was no time. A one month is too little for a good trip in India. Hopefully next time for the trip will have more time.

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