Seasons of Bangladesh composition in English

Seasons of Bangladesh composition : Bangladesh is the favourite playground of nature. Nature has decorated this ground with six seasons. Each season consists of two months. The Scasons of Bangladesh are the summer, rainy season, autumn, late autumn, winter and the spring. There is a great variety of the features of these seasons. As a result, the nature never gets monotonous for us.

Seasons of Bangladesh composition
Seasons of Bangladesh composition

Summer : Summer is the first season in Bengali calendar. Baishakh and Jaistha are the summer months. During summer, the sun shines hotly. Water of ponds, canals, small rivers etc. dry up. People cannot work with ease for scorching heat. Schools and colleges ,remain closed for some days. The nor’westerly blows sometimes in a terrible form. On the other hand, this is the season of juicy fruits. Various seasonal fruits ripe in this season.

Rainy season : The Bengali months ‘Ashar’ and ‘Shravan’ constitute the rainy season. In this season, the sky remains cloudy and it rains heavily. Sometimes, it rains for days together. Often the rivers overflow and cause flood. The roads get muddy. About 60-70% of the total yearly rainfall is recorded in this season. The season is regarded a blessing because agriculture of Bangladesh depends largely on rainwater.

Autumn : Bhadra and ‘Aswin’ are the months of the autumn. The cloudy sky clears up at the advent of autumn. White and light patches of cloud is noticed here and there in the sky. But rain is not so copious in this season. The principal cash crop of Bangladesh ‘Jute’ is harvested and prepared for sale in this season. The season also has its own flattery decoration.

Late Autumn : After the autumn, there appears the late autumn or ‘Hemonta’. Bengali months ‘Kartik’ and ‘Agrayhayan’ constitute this season.’ This is the harvesting season of the year. The golden paddy in the fields fills the minds of the farmers with joy. They dream many happy dreams about their future days. After harvesting, they celebrate the harvest festival with much grandeur. The season is neither hot nor cold; but one feels that winter¬†is approaching soon.

Winter : After the late antumn, there comes the winter. Its duration encounters the two Bengali months ‘Poush’ and ‘Magh’. The fundamental feaures of winter in our country are its fog and chill. Life in nature becomes too dull. Trees turn grey and almost leafless. Men, especially, the poor people suffer much due, to shivering cold. Vegetables are available in this season. Besides, different kinds of cakes, date-juice etc. are some special attractions of this season.

The spring : The spring is called the king of all seasons. Nature wears a beautiful look in this season. Lifeless trees put on new leaves. Various kinds of colourful and fragrant flowers bloom and a gentle breeze blows. Bees hum and the cuckoo sings in joy. In a word, the spring consisting the Bengali months ‘Falgun’ and ‘Chaitra’ is a season with joy everywhere in the nature.

Conclusion : The unique cycle of the six seasons has been taking place in Bangladesh for ages. This great variety of the nature is reflected on the minds of the people here. As a result, Bangladesh has been a land of music and rhythms.

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