How to be more sensitive to cold in India
What are some of the things that you should be aware of while being in India?
If you’re in Mumbai, you’re already more exposed to cold than other parts of India.
Here’s a look at some things you should know about the country.
Mumbai is colder than Delhi, Delhi is colder 2.
Delhi has more than 300 million people, Mumbai has more 2.5 million people3.
Delhi is the second hottest city in India after Bangalore.
But Mumbai has the highest temperature in India.
India’s winters have a longer duration than those of other parts.
The temperature is usually between 35-40 degrees Celsius in winter.
It is also colder in winter in Mumbai than in other parts in India, and there is no winter rain season.
Mumbai’s winters tend to be shorter than those in other cities, but it can be a lot colder than the capital city.
Mumbai has a very warm climate, which is conducive to people living there, particularly in winter, when temperatures can reach 30-35 degrees Celsius.
The city has one of the highest levels of carbon dioxide in the world.
Mumbai residents are more likely to be obese than other Indians, and are also more likely than other Indian cities to suffer from asthma.
Mumbai attracts a lot of foreign tourists, which makes it difficult to get around the city.
Mumbai also has the world’s highest level of urbanisation in India: more than half of the city’s population lives in the city center.
India has the fourth highest proportion of people living in urban areas of any country in the World, after the US, Russia and China.
Mumbai, with a population of 6.4 million, has more Muslims than any other Indian city.
Mumbai had the highest number of people under 18 years old, while Mumbai has fewer Muslims than Delhi.
The number of children under five in Mumbai is more than three times that of Delhi.
Mumbai boasts of having one of India’s highest rates of suicide, a third of which are children under the age of 15.
It has the second highest proportion (17%) of suicides in India among the states and union territories, behind Maharashtra.
There is no daylight saving time in Mumbai.
Mumbai city has a total of 12 districts, which means that there are more than 12 districts in India each.
The Indian National Flag, a blue-and-white banner, is the flag of Mumbai.
The flag is flown at 10am every morning.