Experiencing Extreme Weather: Heat in Raipur, Rain in Mumbai, and Cold in Delhi: Amir Hashmi

What is your favorite type of weather?

Hello, dear readers! Today, I wanted to share my recent experiences with weather. As someone who has grown up in Raipur, I’m quite familiar with the heat and humidity that is a constant companion throughout the year. However, even I was taken aback by the sweltering temperatures that hit the city recently, with the mercury touching a scorching 45 degrees Celsius. It felt like the air itself was on fire, and stepping outside felt like being trapped in an oven. It was a stark reminder of the challenges posed by living in a place where the heat never really lets up.

On the other hand, my recent trip to Mumbai gave me a taste of another extreme weather pattern – heavy rain. I had heard about Mumbai’s monsoon season and was looking forward to experiencing it firsthand. And boy, did I get my wish! The rain was so intense that it caused widespread flooding and led to train blocks on several routes. I saw firsthand how disruptive such weather can be, as people struggled to go about their daily lives in the face of such chaos. Despite the difficulties, however, I found the experience exhilarating in a way – there’s something about the sheer power of nature that can be awe-inspiring, even when it’s causing trouble.

Finally, I recently spent some time in Delhi, where I got to experience another extreme weather condition – cold. Delhi is famous for its bone-chilling winters, and even though I was there during a milder stretch, it was still quite a change from the heat of Raipur and the rain of Mumbai. I found myself constantly bundled up in layers of clothing, trying to stay warm in the face of biting winds and frosty temperatures. It was a reminder of just how diverse and unpredictable the weather can be, and how important it is to be prepared for whatever it might throw at us.

All in all, my recent experiences with weather have left me with a renewed appreciation for the power and unpredictability of nature. From the unrelenting heat of Raipur to the deluge of rain in Mumbai to the bone-chilling cold of Delhi, each extreme has its own unique challenges and charms. It’s a reminder that, no matter how much we try to control our environment, we’re ultimately at the mercy of the elements.

Published by Amir Hashmi

Amir Hashmi is an Indian Film Producer, Director, Writer, and Actor awarded the ‘Film excellence award’ by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Govt. of India. Apart from being an artist, he is an outstanding speaker who hosted hundreds of inspiring workshops and campaigns amongst the youth. Awarded ‘Sangeet Visharad’ in Hindustani classical singing. He consistently promotes culture, humanity, and morality, and believes in truth and non-violence, besides being known for his environmental and patriotic initiatives.

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