The world is very vast and every part of it has a different climate. However, the most prominent seasons are summer, winter and rainy seasons.
Different parts of the world experience different seasons at different times of the year.
Seasons change according to the earth’s revolution around the sun. During the year. as the earth revolves around the sun some parts of the earth face the sun and receive more heat energy from the sun. Hence, these parts of the earth experience summer. At the same time, the parts of the earth which are not facing the sun receive less heat energy, hence, experience winter. That is why at a given point in time, some part of world experience summer and some winter.
Some parts of the world do not get very cold, mostly because of the influence of the sea. As the winter starts fading away and the heat begins to intensify, people pack up their woolens. Out come the sun shades, umbrellas and cotton clothes. Sale of ice creams and soft drinks becomes a regular feature during scorching summers.
Between winter and summer seasons, there is a short period called ‘spring’. When springs set in, flowers burst into bloom and the earth seems to be smiling. During the rainy season, raincoats and umbrellas are constant companions. As the showers fade away, once again winter sets in. Thus, goes on the season’s cycle.
We enjoy each season with its fruits, festivals, and weather.