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Six Seasons Of Bangladesh Essay

  Seasons in Bangladesh
Season is one of the divisions of a year according to weather. Its number and features vary from country to country. In the desert regions .

There is summer all the year round. But in Bangladesh. There are six seasons such as summer,

the rainy season, early autumn, late autumn, winter and spring. These seasons come one after another in a regular cycle. Each season has its own beauty and features. Each of them appears with it's own beauty, color, sights and sounds.

Summer is the first season of the year. It consists of the months of Baishakh and jaistha. During this period the days are longer than the nights.
It is the warmest season of the year. On account of terrible heat streas, canals, tanks, beels, etc, dry up. It is , in fact, the season of perspiration and thirst. Sometimes showers give relief t all. But Kalbaishakhi cisits now and then. It comes with lightning, thunder, terrible wind and downpour. It causes much havoc to life and property. Besides small pox, cholera and other diseases break out during this time. In spite of all these disadvantages of summer, it is not without its blessing. It is rich in juicy fruits. Fruits of different kids and sizes such as mango, lichi and jackfruit ripen during this season and create a festive mood among the rural people. After summer comes the rain to drench everything on After summer comes of Ashar and Sravan. During this time the sky oftem remains cloudy. It rains cats and dogs. Due to heavy and continual rains rivers, ponds, canals, beels, fields, etc. are full to the brim. Sometimes there is flood which causes great hardship to people. In many areas boats become the chief means of communication. The price of essential things goes up. Sometimes malatia of influenza breaks out in this season. However rains make all nature gay and happy, and the plants and trees with their green leaves present a view of life and hope.

The rainy season is followed by the early autumn. It consists of Bhadra and Aswin. Sometimes patches of white clouds are seen floating and Aswin. Sometimes patches of white clouds are seen floating in the sky. It hardly raing. Again the heat becomes very trying. Plenty of fish is available in this season. Various acquatic flowers bloom and dance with small waves that pass merrily through the paddy plants.

Then comes the late autumn with dews. Dews drop on grass, leaves and petals look like pearls in the morning sun. It consists of Kartik and Agrahayan . It is the harvesting season . Farmers remain busy in cutting paddy. There previls a moderate weather in this season. It is neither hot now cold but one feels that winter is not far away. There comes the winter. It comes with its fog , mist and cold . It consists of poush and magh. During this season the days are shorter than the nights. The sky remains cloudless and looks blue. The weather becomes dry. Life in nature seems to be dull. But the sunshine is pleasant. Poor people suffe much from cold. The norther wind blows terribly. The old people and children are found sitting round fire to make them in rural areas. The price of essential things falls during this season and fish and vegetables overflood the market. Indeed it is the reason of pleasant weather, of cakes and puddings of festivals and marriages and of sports and games.

Last of all comes the spring. It is the king of seasons. It consists of Falgoon and chaitra. It comes with its eauty, glory, pomp and splendour. Nature looks bright and charming. Trees and plants put on new leaves and twigs. During this season countless varieties of flowers bloom and make the whole atmosphere delightful with their sweet fragrance. The birds are happy and pour out their melodious songs which thrill the heart of all. In fact, it in the season of flowers, sweet songs of birds and of pleasant weather.

Introduction: -There are six seasons in Bangladesh. They are the summer, the rainy season, the autumn, the late autumn, the winter and the spring. They come one after another and bring about changes in the face of the nature. The summer: -The first season in Bengali calendar is the summer consisting of Baishak and Jaistha. This is the hottest period of the year. Due to excessive heat ponds, canals, lakes and small rivers go dry. There is scarcity of water everywhere. People cannot work at ease. The mango, jackfruits ripen in this season. The rainy season: -After the summer comes the rainy season in the month of Ashar and Sravan. The sky remains cloudy and the sun is hardly seen. It rains heavily now and then. Fields, tanks and canals filled with water. Rivers overflow their banks. Many villages go under water. Boats become the main means of communication. The autumn: -Just after the rainy season, the autumn comes, which consists of Bhadro and Ashin. The sky is clear of heavy cloud. Only white clouds float in the