About 50-60 year-old man, living on pavement was found dead near Beg Madina Masjid in Shastrinagar area in Jaipur, the police said. (Agencies)
However, a fresh western disturbance with clouds hit the northern parts of the state to give little relief to people of Rajasthan from icy winds, a MeT report said.
Churu remained the coldest place in the desert state where the mercury stood remained below freezing point at minus 2.7 degrees C last night, whereas Pilani and Bikaner recorded a minimum of 1.8 and 1.9 degree C respectively on Thursday night.
Gananganagar recorded the minimum temperature of 2.7 degrees C followed by Barmer 4.6 and Jaisalmer 5.4 degrees C respectively.
There was a slight respite in Jaipur as the night temperature rose at 5.5 degree C, about 2.7 degree C more than Thursday.
Tourists were enjoying the sole hill station of Mount Abu as the mercury took an upward trend and settled at 8 degrees C.
Winter showers might occur at a few places in north-south parts of the state in next 48 hours with the movement of western disturbance, a MeT forecast said.
About 50-60 year-old man, living on pavement was found dead near Beg Madina Masjid in Shastrinagar area in Jaipur, the police said.