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Seasonal diversity of Bangladesh

Seasonal diversity of Bangladesh

Seasonal diversity of Bangladesh


Introduction: Bangladesh is a country of six seasons. The cycle of six seasons of summer, monsoon, autumn, monsoon, winter and spring makes Bangladesh diverse. Each season has its own unique characteristics. Each season comes in our life with a variety of flowers, fruits and crops. The change of seasons in the nature of Bengal is endlessly beautiful.It makes our eyes widen, our hearts swell with joy. The heat of summer, the cool cloud rain of monsoon, the soft light-shining sky of autumn, the fields full of crops in Hemant, the dewy morning of winter and the fragrance of spring flowers bring a touch of diversity to the nature and life of Bengal. This change of nature in the cycle of seasons has made Bangladesh the queen of form.

Seasonal cycle: Bangladesh's seasonal changes are influenced by climate and geographical location. In the north of this country are the vast Himalayan mountains, in the south is the flowing Bay of Bengal. The streams of thousands of rivers meet there. Rains are caused by monsoons. The flow of rain makes the soil of this country fertile, beautified with flowers and crops.Alluvium brought by river currents. He lives in the soul of the soil, the green forest and the green vine. The nature of this country becomes unique in its beauty. Six consecutive seasons come to this country with new clothes. There is probably no other country in the world with such diverse seasons.

Identification of Seasons: One season for each of the twelve months of the year. The two months of Baisakh-Jaistha are summer, Asadha-Sravana is monsoon, Bhadra-Ashwin is autumn, Kartika-Agrahayana is hemantaka, Pausha-Magh is winter and Phalgun-Chaitra is spring. But the change of seasons does not always follow the calculation of months.Besides, the change of seasons does not happen overnight or even in a day. A season departs unnoticed, a new season arrives quietly. This coming and going of the season is bound by an invisible law of nature.

Summer: The first season in the cycle is summer. Bangladesh's landscape becomes rough and dry in summer. The fields are bursting with heat and scorching sun. Rivers, canals and canals dry up. Sometimes in the hot air, the light of fire started running. The traveler's chest is dry due to fatigue and thirst.Sometimes clouds accumulate in the northwest corner of the sky. Suddenly comes the storm of Kalbaisakhi. All old garbage is washed away. The eldest comes with a wealth of fruits. The combination of various seasonal fruits like mango, jam, jackfruit, pineapple, litchi etc. makes the summer season juicy.

Monsoon: Monsoon comes after the scorching heat of summer. Clouds appeared in the sky. Heavy rain. The response of life in the world. The vegetation wakes up with the rain of Ashad-Shravan.Sometimes canals, ponds and rivers are filled to the brim with continuous rain. During the rainy season, the nature of the plains is exhilarated with a unique beauty. That form is captured in Rabindranath's poem:

   In the blue sky, there are no moles in the dark sky

Oh, you are out of the house today.

Stream of clouds

Look at the darkness beyond the black clouds full of water.

Low-lying areas of Bangladesh are submerged in water during monsoon. Erosion occurs in the river. Floods occur in different areas. Even urban areas get submerged. The suffering of poor people increases during monsoon. People's normal life is disrupted.

Autumn: Autumn is a bright season in Bangladesh. The monsoon rain-washed sky becomes clear in autumn. So the autumn sky is blue. White clouds float in the sky like cotton wool. At this time, Shiuli flowers bloom, white flowers bloom on the banks of the river. Autumn astrologers are beautiful and monolova in the clear sky. The autumn morning became soft with the soft touch of dew on the grass.

Hemant: Hemant is the crop-rich season of Bangladesh. Then the whole field is filled with golden crops. The farmer has a smile on his face. Farmers are busy harvesting ripe paddy with sickles. The festival of Navanna starts from house to house as the new crop grows. The golden scene of ripe paddy is truly mesmerizing. In the evening and in the morning, fog thickened all around. From this time, the taste of winter is available.

Winter: Winter is a cold season in Bangladesh. Winter comes with a blanket of fog. The leaves of the trees fade in winter. Even in the morning, many times the face of the sun is not seen. People and animals become stiff in winter. Everyone wears warm clothes to protect themselves from the harsh winter.The northern districts of the country have more winters. Poor people without shelter and winter clothes suffer more in winter. Winter isn't just a frigid fading season. Winter nature brings a variety of vegetables. At this time in rural Bengal, eating palm juice and pitha pies became popular.

Spring: Spring is called Rituraj. After the harsh, dreary days of winter, spring comes with an array of colorful flowers. Nisargalok of Bengal was decorated with a new outfit at this time.Branches are covered with blossoms and flowers, mango blossoms on trees and bees humming on flowers. The soft southerly breeze and the cuckoo's chirping create a wonderful sweetness of spring.

Conclusion: Bangladesh is a land of diverse beauty. Various forms are seen here in the cycle of seasons. The rough nature of summer, the watery life of monsoon, the Kashful of autumn, the festival of Navanna in Hemant, the festival of winter The misty mornings and the blossoms of spring have made Bangladesh look different in different seasons. Such a diverse form of nature is there anywhere else in the world? 


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