19th May, 24
Sun 8:30 am
Overcast Clouds
Max
31.89°C
Max 31.89°C
Min
30.96°C
Min 30.96°C
Humidity: 67 %
Wind: 4.32 m/sec
19th May, 24
Sun 11:30 am
Overcast Clouds
Max
34.32°C
Max 34.32°C
Min
33.05°C
Min 33.05°C
Humidity: 57 %
Wind: 6.37 m/sec
19th May, 24
Sun 2:30 pm
Broken Clouds
Max
33.81°C
Max 33.81°C
Min
33.81°C
Min 33.81°C
Humidity: 52 %
Wind: 6.69 m/sec
19th May, 24
Sun 5:30 pm
Broken Clouds
Max
31.74°C
Max 31.74°C
Min
31.74°C
Min 31.74°C
Humidity: 62 %
Wind: 6.47 m/sec

Winter generally sets in Sagardwip around the end of October, with chilly winds shrouding the island in a blanket of blissful trance till March, making it an ideal time to plan to visit. The weather takes a pleasant turn after Monsoon starts retreating in late September. The onset of winter and the exhilaration of being host to the second-largest religious fair in India make Sagardwip one of the places to be. Millions of pilgrims across India and neighbouring nations transcend to the shores of Sagardwip during Makar Sankranti to take a dip in the holy confluence.

The maximum temperature hovers around 25°C and the minimum temperature is between 18-20°C during the Gangasagar Mela. The island remains particularly breezy throughout the day, making it ideal for a stroll and exploring the scenic beauty.

Carry light woollen dresses while you visit the island, as the weather gets a bit chilly during the night. Bring cardigans or pullovers with you while taking a morning walk, as it becomes a bit nippy during the morning. So, take a bit of time out of your busy schedule and visit Sagardwip Island on Makar Sankranti (January 15th, 2023) and attain Nirvana by taking a dip in the holy confluence.