In the middle-year months, the weather is very comfortable with high temperatures that are quite warm. These months show the most precipitation with 9 to 16 days of precipitation per month. June – August is the second busiest tourism season in Purulia, Purulia in Summer (March – June) Summer sends the mercury soaring to a maximum 41°C in Purulia, especially in the afternoon. With a minimum of 23°C, the evenings and nights are quite pleasant and comfortable. The dry air ensures that you don’t feel too balmy as well. Visit the Panchet Dam, Futiari Dam and Murguma Dam and take in the breathtaking views. Take along an umbrella and a bottle of water to stay hydrated, and make the best use of the great off-season prices in Purulia, as the famous sites are not that crowded too. This makes summer the best time for tourists on a budget to visit Purulia. You can go trekking in the Ayodhya hills and enjoy the picturesque views of the valley Summer also heralds harvest festivals and celebrations in the local villages to beat the heat. These celebrations serve as a distraction from the harsh life of the communities. Shiber Gajan is one such festival invoking the Hindu God Shiva and Goddess Parvati.