Seasons of Bangladesh
Introduction: There are six seasons in Bangladesh. At an interval of every two months, there appears a new season. The six seasons are the Summer, the Rainy Season, the Autumn, the Late Autumn, the Winter, and the Spring.
The Summer Season: Summer is the first of all seasons. The Bangla year that forms the Baishakh and the Jaistha are the months of this season. The days are long and hot. It becomes tiresome to do any work. Ponds and tanks dry up and many villages suffer much from the scarcity of drinking water.
The northwester blows sometimes in a terrible form. In this season we get different types of fruits like mango, jackfruit, blackberries, watermelon, litchis, etc.
The Rainy Season: After the Summer, the Rainy Season comes. The Ashar and the Shraban, months comprise this season. Rain is the main feature of this season. In this season, the sky remains cloudy and it rains day and night.
Rivers, ponds, tanks, and canals are full of water. Sometimes the rivers overflow their banks and it causes a flood. People have to use boats to go from one place to another. Guava, Olive, and other fruits are available in this season.
Autumn: Autumn appears and occupies the month of the Vadra and the Aswin. The scenic beauty attracts our eyes. Sheuli and catkin are the main features of this autumn.
The Late Autumn: Late Autumn is the fourth season in Bangladesh. Kartik and Agrahayan are the months of this season. Crops are ripe in this season. Farmers are busy harvesting paddy. It is neither hot nor cold. Dew drops at night which indicates the arrival of winter.
The Winter: The Winter comes with its fog and chill. It comprises the month of Poush and the Magh. The days are short and the nights are long. Trees turn gray and almost leafless. People shiver in cold. The poor people suffer much from cold. Various delicious vegetables and date juice are available in winter.
The Spring: Last of all comes the Spring, the loveliest of all seasons. The cold of winter is over. Days become warm. Trees and plants bear new leaves. Birds keep chirping and the cuckoo sings in joy. There is joy everywhere in this season.
Conclusion: Thus we are blessed with the six seasons of nature. Each of these seasons has distinctive beauty and charm. All six seasons visit Bangladesh one after another.