Temperature of a body is defined as the property that determines whether or not a body is in thermal equilibrium with other bodies. In other words Temperature is degree of hotness or coldness in a body and is a measure of heat energy level. In Thermodynamics temperature is measured in Kelvin (K). Kelvin is one of the seven base unit in the International System of Unit(SI)
Dimensional Formula of Temperature = M0L0T0K1
SI Unit of Temperature is K(Kelvin).