10:08, 26 June 2015 Friday
Monsoon rains have caused incessant flooding with reports of lions leaving their habitats as a result of the flooding.
Heavy rains have triggered house collapses in the worst-affected Saurashtra region.
The coastal district of Amreli is the worst affected, where more than 600 villages have been affected.
There have been reports of lions coming out of their habitat in the Gir forest in Junagadh - the only home to Asiatic lions - which has also been hit by rains.
Meanwhile, flood warnings have been issued in Indian-administered Kashmir state where floods killed about 300 people last year.
Authorities have also halted all pilgrimages to Kedarnath and other Hindu holy sites due to heavy rains, in the northern state of Uttarakhand
India receives 80% of its annual rainfall during the monsoon season, which runs between June and September.