The Season I Like Most: There are six seasons in Bangladesh. Each season consists of two months. We hear new sounds and enjoy new scenes in each season. We forget the monotony of life and start our daily work anew. The rainy season is one of the six seasons. The season comes after the summer.
Ashar and Shraban are the months of the rainy season. In fact, rain sets in our country in the middle of June and lasts up to the middle of September.
People welcome the rainy season heartily. The sun shines hotly in the summer. Ponds, lakes, and canals get dried. There is a scarcity of water. People want to get rain. And the rain sets in at last. People heave a sigh of relief.
In the rainy season, the sky is overcast with deep black clouds. The sun can hardly be seen. The rivers are full to the brim. The earth and the roads are wet and muddy. People can not move easily.
Bangladesh is mainly an agricultural country. Her economy and prosperity depend on agriculture. ‘Again our agriculture depends on the mercy of nature that is rain. If there is sufficient rain, the joys of the farmers know no bound. They plow their lands and sow seeds in time. Our farmers can not reap a good harvest if it does not rain in time. Without rainwater jute and paddy can not grow. Without rainwater our agriculture is lifeless. Rainwater washes away the filth and clears the atmosphere. Our poets are fond of the season.
There is no unmixed blessing on earth. The rainy season has some demerits too. Sometimes it rains heavily for days together.
As a result, the rivers overflow their banks and cause flood which brings about untold sorrows, sufferings, and miseries. There is water everywhere. Roads become
muddy. Due to incessant rains, people can not go out. The normal course of life is stopped. People are to use umbrellas and move by boats. Students cannot go to schools and colleges. Different diseases like malaria diarrhea, dysentery break out in an epidemic form and carry away heavy tolls of human life for an occasional flood. The life of the poor and the working class become difficult. Snakes also come out in this season, bite people and cause death.
The rainy season is the most important and useful of all the seasons in our country. Agriculture which is the lifeblood of our economy depends on this rain.
The Season I Like Most
There are six seasons in Bangladesh and among all the seasons, I like spring the most as it is the loveliest of all the seasons. It is called the king of seasons. The months of Falgun and Chaitra form the season of spring. It comes between winter and summer. In this season, the weather is neither so cold nor so hot. The weather remains very comfortable.
During the winter, nature becomes dull and dry and the leaves of trees fall extensively. But with the advent of spring nature takes a new look and life. The trees and plants become adorned with new leaves, new buds, and flowers.
The spring is the season of flowers. Various kinds of flowers bloom in this season. The scent of flowers spreads all around. The Kamini, the Hasna Hena, and the Bakul make the atmosphere fragrant with their sweet scent. They make the season pleasing, charming, and bewitching (C). People can enjoy the beauty and sweet scent of the flowering.
This season is the season of songs in our country. The cuckoo sings its melodious songs. It hides in the leaves of the trees and coos. All other singing birds pour out their sweet, thrilling, welcoming notes in the fullness of their heart. The singing of birds fills the minds of people with pleasure.
This season is the period of abundance. Vegetables grow in plenty. It is the best harvesting period. Crops and grains cover the fields. Plants and trees become lively.
Spring wins my heart with her manifold charms. No one can overlook her wealth of natural beauties, and her pleasant temperate climate.
So, spring is the king of seasons. It is the season of youth and color, new leaves, new buds, new flowers, sweet melody, gentle breeze, and moderate climate. The season is really enjoyable to all.