Friday, 3 April 2015

Spring: The Best Season of The Year

Spring one of the four conventional temperate seasons, is a soothing flee between two extreme seasons as it comes after winter and before summer. The period of spring season in India falls between mid-February to mid-April. The days of the spring season are very pleasant. Spring is neither hot nor cold. It is very delightful. Atmosphere of the season is very good for health. Spring is the season of charming sounds. The bees humming in the garden fill the hearts with joy. The cuckoo is mad with joy and its sweet notes enchant people all over. In the early morning birds are heard twittering in trees. It is very delightful to walk through the corn-fields during spring season. The green plants do please the eyes of people. The yellow flowers of mustard flutter in the breeze. The cold of winter are biting and the summers are hot, while the rainy season remains full of dirt and mud and so it is the spring season which catches the fancy. It brings extraordinary beauties and charms with it. The spring season is very important for the farmers as crops ripen in the fields during this pleasant weather. Farmers store wheat and barley at home. Besides, spring is a season of festivals of the Hindus. The festival Holi adds to the glory of the spring season with its warmth and hues. 

During spring, the axis of the Earth is increasing its tilt relative to the Sun, and the length of daylight rapidly increases for the relevant hemisphere. The hemisphere begins to warm significantly which causes new plant growth to spring forth, hence giving the season its name. Many flowering plants bloom this time of year, in a long succession sometimes beginning when snow is still on the ground, continuing into early summer. In normally snowless areas "spring" may begin as early as February (Northern Hemisphere) heralded by the blooming of deciduous magnolias, cherries and quince, or August (Southern Hemisphere) in the same way. Many temperate areas have a dry spring, and wet autumn (fall), which brings about flowering in this season more consistent with the need for water as well as warmth.

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