The Summer season photo

The Summer season photo

The Summer season. The other name of the Summer is hot. Temperature high. Mango time. Air blowing. All are look attractive. Tour time.

The Summer season for Summer lover.

 

The Summer season. After the spring season, Summer come. Day by day, temperature go to the hot level. The storm-rain. There are various phenomenon’s happening in nature. In Summer season, the air is dry. So, it gets thirsty again and again. People are unable from doing proper work during the day.

Introduction of the Summer season.

The Summer season. The other name of the Summer is hot. Temperature high. Mango time. Air blowing. All are look attractive.

Seasons are a special segment of the year which is determined on the basis of a specific formula.

 

The seasons of the year are divided based on the local climate. In most countries of the world, Summer, Spring, Autumn and Winter are the four main seasons. In Bangladesh, there are six seasons present in a year. They are- 

The Summer season, 

The Rainy season, 

The Spring season, 

The Autumn season,

The Late Autumn season,

The Winter season.

 

Because of the equatorial location of the tropics, that zone only experiences two seasons: 

Wet and 

Dry. 

 

And the areas near the Indian ocean, meanwhile, generally experiences three seasons: 

The winter, 

The summer and 

The monsoon. 

 

In this article, we will discuss about the Summer season.

Duration of the Summer season.

The Bengali year begins with Summer season. Boishakh-Jaistha these two months make the Summer.

Arrival of the summer season in the nature.

The warmest period of the year is The Summer. Many changes can be noticed in the nature in The Summer. With the advent of Summer, the nature of Bengal became rough. At this time, the weather is dry and hot. In the scorching heat of the sun, the water of rivers and canals decreases. The green color of the tree fades in the scorching sun.

Natural Phenomenon during the Summer season.

At this time, everything turned promiscuous due to the strong wind of Kalbaishakhi. Suddenly, there is a rush of black clouds in the sky, lightning flashes, and lightning strikes with loud noises. Then the storm-rain. There are various phenomenon’s happening in nature.

The Summer season with colorful fruits and tastes.

The Summer not only burns, but also generously donates delicious fruits like mango, blackberry, litchi, banana, jackfruit and watermelon. Red, yellow, green, black, orange, these colorful fruits taste sweet. 

Effects and Presence of the Summer season around the world.

The Summer is the warmest period of the year, which occurs in the northern hemisphere of the world, usually throughout June, July, and August. Everywhere in the world, Summer is a time of activity. Especially, in low temperate countries, Summer is very adorable, because in those countries no crop is produced in winter. It has to be produced in Summer.

 

According to the Bengali calendar,

The first two months are Baishakh-Jaistha. At this time, the earth became heated by the intense heat of the sun. The water dries up, many rivers lose their navigability, and cracks in the dry land. In the last half of the Summer, in the evening time, the Kalavaishakhi storm comes. Different seasonal fruits can be seen on the trees in the countries of South Asia. Such as-

  • Mango, 
  • Jackfruit, 
  • litchi etc.

 

Flowers blooming in the summer season.

  • Arjun,
  • Epil-Epil,
  • Konakchura,
  • Karamja,
  • Kamini,
  • Jarul,
  • Jacaranda,
  • Telshur,
  • Devdaru,
  • Nagkeshar,
  • Parashpipul,
  • Parul,
  • Mahogany,
  • Champa etc.

 

How is the day and night during the Summer season?

In this season, the day is big and the night is short. At this time, the west monsoon winds begin to blow over the country. Cold and dry winds blow from the west and north-west. When cold and dry air come face to face with the air flow from the ocean, it forms a strong storm.

 

Pahela Boishakh festival is in the Summer season: The first day of the Bengali new year.

Pahela Boishakh, the first day of summer, is celebrated as the first day of the Bengali New Year. As Boishakh and Jaistha make the Summer, so during the Summer pahela boishakh is held every year.

 

The Summer season features.

In Summer the air is dry so it gets thirsty again and again. People are unable from doing proper work during the day. Repeatedly the body gets wet with sweat. Farmers leave the field and take shelter in the shade. In Summer, we have to drink water, sherbet etc. repeatedly to keep our body healthy. The hot Summer weather is difficult for humans as well as animals. ‌ A gentle breeze blows when the sun’s heat decreases in the afternoon of the world. Occasionally there is a thunderstorm and it rains.

 

Summer season Fruits and Flowers.

Summer is the flowering season. Many kinds of fruits are available in Summer. At this time sweet fruits like mango, jackfruit, blackberry, watermelon, litchi etc. are available. Moreover, in Summer, various fragrant flowers like belli, jasmine, chapa, gandharaja etc. bloom.

Advantages of the Summer.

The days are much longer during the Summer. So there is plenty of time for outings and work. It is a great pleasure to swim in the water during the Summer holidays and enjoy a variety of fruits.

 

Disadvantages of the Summer.

Though, nature comes and goes by itself and it is a natural phenomenon. It has some disadvantages. Due to the heat, many diseases like,

  • Fever,
  • Cough,
  • Dengue,
  • Malaria etc.

Occur at this time. Moreover, sometimes many houses and properties are damaged due to Kal Boishakh.

Special events in the Summer.

There is nothing special about Summer festivities. Firstly, Bengali new year, which is a great and traditional occasion for the Bengalis, held on the first day of the Bengali month Boishakh.

 

Poet Rabindranath’s birthday is celebrated on 25th Baishakh. Besides, fairs are held in many villages.

 

Presence of Summer season in Rural Bengal.

In many parts of Bangladesh, rural civilization is as harsh and sweet as the summer.

The sweet breeze that blows across the village after the sun sets after living the life of all day, alleviates some of the hardships of the day.

Since the village is mainly dependent on agriculture, the farmer endures a lot of hardships under the sun in the open field in this Summer and cultivates crops for us. They work hard and tirelessly in the scorching heat to put food in our mouths.

 

Conclusion About the Summer.

Summer is undoubtedly the hardest time of the year. This time the heat caused unrest all around. Various ailments occur. Yet the sumptuous fruits of Summer, the New Year festivities, bring joy into our lives.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) About the Summer season.

1. What is called the summer season?

Answer: the Summer season is a season among the six seasons of Bangladesh. It is the warmest season of the year.

 

2. Which period is called the summer?

Answer: The Summer Season occurs after spring and before The Rainy season. Bengali month Boishakh and Jaistha make the Summer.

 

3. What are the fruits available during the Summer season?

Answer: Many kinds of fruits are available in Summer. At this time, sweet fruits like mango, jackfruit, blackberry, watermelon, litchi etc. are available.

 

4. What are the flowers available during the Summer season?

Answer: In summer, various fragrant flowers like bell, jasmine, chapa, gandharaja etc. bloom.

 

5. What kind of phenomenon happens during the Summer season?

Answer: At this time, everything turned promiscuous due to the strong wind of Kalbaishakhi. Suddenly there is a rush of black clouds in the sky, lightning flashes, and lightning strikes with loud noises.

Hasna hena flower.

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Information last update,

27 February, 2022.

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