Indian Seasons Or Seasons in India


Here we discuss how is a cycle of season possible different seasons- and a brief note on different seasons and a great conclusion. So, let's Started.

Our planet; the earth is the dream project of God. It is the only planet which is blessed with life. It is a magnificent place where there is a perennial festival of colour, fragrance and beauty. Here flowers bloom, birds twitter, leaves rustle, rivers flow, wind blows and animals live. The secret of it all is the cycle of seasons. The cycle of seasons provides a suitable condition for the creation as well as for the sustenance of life.

The cycle of season is a unique geographical feature of the earth. The axis of the earth remains tilted to its base and makes an angle of 66% degrees with its base. This peculiar feature is a wonder of creation. This brings about changes in the cycle of seasons.

In Barat (India) we enjoy six seasons. They are Summer, Rainy, Early Autumn, Late Autumn, Winter and Spring. Each season covers two months of a year. Each season has its own distinctive features.Each season contributes in its own way to sustain life on this planet.


Spring is the king of the seasons. Spring covers March and April. They are the loveliest of months. It Is a period of transition from cold winter to hot summer, Temperature of our atmosphere remains moderate. It is a season of flowers and colours. Poets of all ages and all places have sung songs praising the ecstatic, end hunting and enthralling beauty of spring


India is a tropical country. So summer is fierce in India. The sun comes closer to the tropic of Capricorn on January 14, This day is therefore known as Makar Sankranti. From this day the Sun continues to rule here till the end of June. The scorching rays of The sun dries up rivers, ponds and lakes. The level of ground water sinks low. People get fried at a high temperature of 40 to 50 degree centigrade. Humidity, scarcity of water, spread of epidemics like cholera and malaria and sultry weather make life unbearable. No season is without its benefits. The hot summer creates a favourable atmosphere for rain. Without summer the water- cycle will remain incomplete. To fight back dehydration caused by the rise in temperature mother nature provides us a wide variety of juicy and sweet fruits like water-melons, mangoes, jack-fruits and jamrolls, in summer.


Rainy Season is especially significant to an agrarian country like Bharat (India). Rain provides relief from the glare of the sun. It gives us water. Water is life. July and August are known as the rainy season. Dried up rivers and streams start flowing making murmuring sounds. Farmers remain busy in their fields. It is also a season of natural calamities. Floods and cyclones are associated with the rainy season. But without rain the entire earth will be converted to a vast desert.


Autumn is a period of transition from rain to Winter.The lash of rain is over. The onslaught of winter is far away. The green fields are waving with con. Water looks clear in rivers, ponds and lakes. Sky remains partially clouded. It of tendrizides at times. weather remains pleasant. But during autumn sometimes cyclonic Storms caused by low pressures over the Bay of Bengal create havoc in marvOC in many coastal states. People observe many festivals like Dussehra and Diwali in autumn.


Winter is the harvesting season in India. December and January are known as winter months. It is a season of games, snoteorts, marriage festivals, and colourful woolen clothes. We get a variety of vegetables in winter. Weather remains conducive to health and hard work. Different types of seasonal flowers add to the charm of the season. Of course, it is a hard time for poor people who live in pavilions, in market places and on road-sides. This is how the cycle of season has kept it rolling for millions of years. Each season is designed to benefit us. Each season has its own charm. So it is said that Nature is a perennial source of joy. Whether it is hot summer or cold winter, there is always music on earth. John Keats has rightly sung: "The poetry of earth is never dead."

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