New Delhi Time Now

New Delhi Time Now






New Delhi uses the Indian Standard Time (IST) with a time offset of 5:30 ahead of the Coordinated Universal Time (UTC + 5:30). Sri Lanka and other cities in India such as New Delhi use the Indian Standard Time throughout the year. Almost all cities in India including New Delhi do not observe the Daylight Saving Time (DST).

Other big cities such as Kolkata, Mumbai, and Chennai all operate on the Indian Standard Time. They are five and a half hours ahead of the Coordinated Universal Time. There no daylight saving time since the same UTC offset is used throughout the year.

The time zone identifier for New Delhi which is recognized by IANA is the Asia/Kolkata. The time zone converter will be useful in determining the time difference between New Delhi and other countries or regions. The current local time in New Delhi is considered to be ahead of the apparent solar time by 27 minutes.

The time for Sun rises at 05:33 and sets at 19:21. The day length is 13 hours and 48 minutes while the solar noon is seen at 12:27. A time converter is flexible and reliable because of its accuracy on the time difference between New Delhi and other regions.