Seasons in India
“I wonder if the snow loves the trees and fields, which it kisses them so gently? And then it covers them up snug, you know, with a white quilt; and perhaps it says, “Go to sleep, darlings, till the summer comes again.”
In India, there are different types of seasons in India round the year. The first season started at the beginning of a year is summer, rainy season, early autumn, late autumn, and the last season of the year is winter and spring season.
That all seasons in India are an element of climate, i.e. changes in air temperature, an amount of rainfall, variations in the air current, etc.
During the three months from March to May. It is a summer in most of India.
The year starts with the summer season. In this season the sun pours down his dazzling and scorching rays. All pools and streams, tank and wells dry up in this season. Sunlight giving so much burn on a face.
In this season the fruits also ripe. It is rich in various varieties of fruits. Mangoes and jackfruit ripen in this season, and we eat this with plenty. The standard temperature recorded in this time in generally 30°C. But at some places in the plateau region the temperature rise to 40°C and in the Himalayan mountain region, it remains near about 20°C.
In the summer season, the day becomes longer than the night. At afternoon the heat becomes unbearable and burnable. There are few to be seen out of doors. Even cows and dogs seek shady shelters. Birds rest in their nests. Roads are almost deserted. The dust storm in the afternoon sometimes reduces the intensity of heat. In mid-summer, there is the great scarcity of water. But this lack of water does not last long.
Rainy season in India
Rainy season is started from the June to September.
There are so many seasons in India, but the rainy season is the very beautiful season in India. Rainy season brings the plenty of water. In this season the rain covers the heavy downpour. It brings so much happiness and joy for farmers. They are always waiting the rainy season with impatience for his agriculture ground. Rain is bringing in the prospect of refreshing showers. Wells and tanks, pools and ponds that were made dry by the summer are now full of water. Dried fields become wet, and paddy and jute grow.
This season the sun remains hidden behind the cloud. It rains torrents, and sometimes it rains continually together. Sometimes in a rainy season rains down so much forcefully and it becomes so harmful for shelter fewer people.
However, Pleasant and unpleasant at the same time for if it fertilizes the land and prepares the soil for tilling and sowing, it also turns the village roads muddy and slippery and makes the village folk suffer from cold and fever. It becomes harmful for village people. Some villages remain submerged at some places and migrating from one village to another village. Excessive rainfall causes difficulty to the people living in huts. The tiny streets also go under water if there is a torrential downpour and the condition of the slum dwellers become worst.
This season brings the ‘mellow fruitfulness, ’ and it is the season of flowers. Everyone are enjoying this season with cheerful mood. In this season sky, is seems clear and white clouds become like patches which look very pleasant. And sky also appears to smile in nice sunlight.
Sometimes there is any shower of rain downs. Water overflowed the fields and rivers, now begins to subside. At night, the moon makes her appearance in the clear blue sky with a sweet smile on her face. Nights now start to be longer than days. Some important festivals like Durga Puja, Diwali, Laxmi Puja, Ram Navami, Durga Puja, etc. held during this fun season.
New autumn paddy begins to dew gathers on the blade of grass during the night. And it starts to ripen, and vegetables with grow in abundance.
This late autumn period is also called the season of return Monsoon. Though the rainy season is no longer there, yet, due to the cyclone coming from the Bay of Bengal, occasionally violent storms and rainfall are observed.
Winter season started from December to February.
At the end of a late autumn season, the winter season starts. There is a mild cold that heralds the approach of winter. After the hot and rain comes the cold season and it is a great relief for us. The mornings are sometimes freezing, but half an hour’s sunshine is enough to make us feel quite comfortable.
In winter season night becomes so longer than days. North wind blows over the country. Two things enjoyed as the sweetest of all, namely, sunshine and plenty of delicious food. Fortunately, there is no dearth of the sunshine in our country even in the coldest season.
There are the so many things becomes very cheap rate like vegetables, fruits, and fish are available in plenty. In this season some people becomes very healthy. Everyone can do work and get the easy digestion.
The people put on warm clothes. But the poor people suffer because they cannot afford to buy warm clothes. Rich people should donate warm clothes to the poor during this season. Students can play a significant role by collecting donations and serving the poor people.
Spring season is the “king of seasons.” The spring season has neither too hot nor too cold. Nature showers her gifts in plenty during this season. At this advent of spring, the soft sound wind begins to blow. It refreshes our body and mind. The countryside appears to adorned with green leaves and sweet-smiling flowers. Birds sing and bees hum in the flower garden. Trees and creepers covered with beautiful flowers. Bees hum all day long among them. The spring is thus most enjoyable of all seasons.
Seasons in India is the moves the cycle of Indian seasons, each leaving its mark upon nature as also upon people’s mind. They mark the passing phases of our glorious country, as she marches from one part of the year to another, through difficulties of heat and cold.
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For other uses, see Season (disambiguation).
A season is a part of a year. Most areas of the Earth have four seasons in a year: spring, summer, autumn (British English) or fall (US English), and winter.
In some areas there are a different number of seasons. For example, in the tropical parts of Australia (in the northern parts of Queensland, Western Australia and the Northern Territory), wet and dry seasons are also observed. These are in addition to, or replace the regular season names.
In places which are tropical and subtropical, there are two seasons: the rainy (or wet, or monsoon) season and the dry season. This is because the rain changes more than the temperature.
Summer is a warm season because the days are longer and the Sun is high in the sky, giving direct light to the ground. Winter is a cold season because the days are shorter and the Sun is low in the sky, giving indirect light to the ground. Both the changes in the length of the day and the height of the Sun at noon are caused by the tilt of the Earth's spin axis with respect to the plane of the Earth's path around the Sun. At any time, in any season, the northern and southern hemispheres (halves of the Earth) have opposite seasons.
Dates[change | change source]
Seasons begin and end on different dates in different countries. In the United States, people say the seasons begin at the solstices and equinoxes. The summer solstice is the longest day of the year, and the winter solstice is the shortest. The equinox is the time when the day and the night are the same number of hours, assuming the sun were a point of light at its center. Since civil dawn occurs when the edge of the sun first appears over the horizon and civil dusk occurs when the edge drops over the horizon, the civil length of day is 12 hours long several days prior to the equinoxes. In the USA, summer begins at summer solstice, winter at winter solstice, spring at the spring (vernal) equinox and autumn at the autumnal equinox.
In Britain, people traditionally say that the seasons begin about seven weeks earlier: spring begins on Candlemas (February 2), summer on May Day (May 1), autumn on Lammas (August 1), and winter on All Hallows (November 1). These are near the cross-quarter days halfway between the solstices and the equinoxes. The Irish calendar is similar, but Spring begins on February 1.
In Denmark, spring begins on March 1, summer on June 1, autumn on September 1 and winter on December 1. In Australia, summer begins on December 1, autumn on March 1, winter on June 1, and spring on September 1.
In the Chinese calendar, the solstices and equinoxes are in the middle of each season. Summer happens in the hemishere tilted towards the sun.