MemberJune 16, 2021 at 12:57 am::
Autumn is one of the four major seasons in India. It is also known as the fall season as the leaves start falling from the branches in this season. When the season transforms from summer to winter, autumn plays the role of a season changer.
There is a sequence of all the seasons in India. The months of December, January, and February are full of cold weather and hence called the winter season. Then comes the Spring season which occurs in the months of March, April, and May. Thereafter, the Summer season starts in the month of June and ends in August. Then comes the autumn season which starts after Summer i.e. September and prevails till November.
Every season has its own characteristics. During this season, the leaves start falling from the trees. Because of lack of rain, they start drying up and fall, and then the new leaves are scheduled to come up in the winter season.
Everything turns from green to yellow in this season. the fallen leaves cover the face of Mother Earth. Animals and birds start preparing for the winter season. Some birds start migrating from one place to another. Small animals like squirrels and mice start storing food for the upcoming season so they do not have to move out of their holes in winters. Some animals prepare for their hibernation by finding warm places for themselves.
This season is the best for growing vegetation like carrots, cauliflowers, grapes, etc. These fruits and vegetables are the gifts of this season. Also, the major festivals of our country fall during this season. Durga Puja is celebrated in Autumn.
This season is generally loved by all the people as it is kind of a moderate season, neither is it very hot nor very cold.