Delhi floods refer to the occurrence of heavy rainfall and subsequent flooding in the city of Delhi, India. During the monsoon season, which typically occurs from June to September, Delhi experiences significant rainfall that can lead to waterlogging and floods in various areas. The floods in Delhi can cause disruption to daily life, including traffic congestion, waterlogging of streets and residential areas, damage to infrastructure, and potential risks to public safety. The city’s drainage systems and inadequate infrastructure often contribute to the severity of the floods. Authorities and relief organizations work to manage the situation, conduct rescue operations, and provide assistance to affected residents during such flood events.