Different birds and flowers add lavishly to the charms and beauties fo nature. Late autumn: kartik and agrahayan are the months of late autumn. It is the season of dews. Dews fall on the blades of grass and look like pearls in the morning sun.
It is neither very hot nor very cold. Fields look golden with the ripe paddy. Peasants become busy with harvesting their ripe paddy and other crops. Winter: then comes winter. Paush and magh are the months of winter. It comes with its fog and cold. It is the coldest season of the year.
Men and animals shiver with cold. It is a curse for the poor, but a blessing for the rich. So, it is a period of abundance.
All types of vegetables and fishes are available in this season. People make delicious native cakes. The general health of the people remains satisfactory as they get plenty of vegetables and fishes which have great food value. It is very pleasant to bask in the sun during winter morning afternoon. People sometimes shiver in the cold when the weather becomes chilly with the strong northern wind.
There poor suffer greatly from want of warm clothes in our country. People in the villages remain busy in harvesting. They are busy in separating the corn from the stalks and the women in husking the paddy. This is a season of different festivals and marriages and other local functions held during this period. Around this time, the days are short and nights longer, this usually reverse slowly as the season progresses. The sun comes out very late on winter mornings and when it does is not hot.
People rarely come outdoors until daylight; most sit indoors by the fireside in the mornings and evenings. Most people wake up to shovel snow out of their paths on winter mornings. On some particularly severe occasions, snow and strong winds has blocked roads and grounded flights, even frozen rivers for days, week and months. In winter affected areas of the world, several outdoor and sporting activities have been designed to take advantage of the weather and give the people a chance to exercise and bring themselves some joy.
This season is enjoyable in Bangladesh. A cold wind blows from the north.
In winter farmers can work hard.
Winter comes after the harvesting. Winter is followed by spring, — a much looked for a season of the people.
Neither much cold nor much heat is felt in this season.
The poor do not like this season because they can not buy warm clothes. This season is the winter November to February season in Bangladesh. Foods taste well. On some particularly severe occasions, snow and strong winds has blocked roads and grounded flights, even frozen rivers for days, week and months. This is so because the people of our country live in a warm climate. Others go into hibernation, a state resembling sleep where the animal remains inactive, usually housed in a shell, remaining so until summer arrives.
Most of the birds migrate to warm countries. A cold wind blows from the north. Many kinds of cakes are added in this season. There is a supply of fish, fruits, and vegetables in this season. Trees become bare of leaves.
Fields look golden with the ripe paddy. Sometimes, this fog is so dense the steamers and launches cannot ply through the rivers for fear of an accident. I had patiently waited all summer and now it was the time to strike.
Dew drops fall on grass and leaves of trees at night. This is a season of different festivals and marriages and other local functions held during this period. The poor do not like this season because they can not buy warm clothes. These sis seasons have contributed much to add to the surpassing beauty of Bangladesh. Days gradually become shorter and nights become longer.
Winter is also a time of fruits, many fruits such as guava and oranges as well as many vegetables become available during winter. Composition on Winter Season in Bangladesh Introduction: Bangladesh is a favorite playground of nature decorated with six seasons. Often times people complain of winter, cursing the cold and praying for the summer, but if we did not have winter, can we truly appreciate summer and vice versa? These sis seasons have contributed much to add to the surpassing beauty of Bangladesh. Old people and children in the rural areas are found sitting round fire to make them selves warm.