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Traditionally Bangladesh has subdivided the

year into six seasons:


Hemonto- The Late Autumn
Sheet- The Winter
Bashonto- The Spring
Grishmo- The Summer
Barsha- The Rainy
Season
Sharat- The Autumn
The first season in
Bangladeshi Calender,
constitute of Baishakh and
Jaistho.

The weather is extremely
hot and water goes dry.

Kalbaishakhi is a
significant aspect of summer
in Bangladesh.


The second season in
Bangladeshi Calender,
constitute of Ashar and
Srabon.

The sky is overcast with
coluds and it rains heavily
now and then.

Rain is a great blessing
for our country and our
agriculture largely depends
on it.



The third season in
Bangladeshi Calendar,
constitute of Bhadro and
Ashwin.

The sky is clear and the
weather is very favorable
for our farmers.

Blue, gold and green
are the colors of autumn.



The fourth season in
Bangladeshi Calendar,
constitute of Kartik and
Agrohayon.

During this season, the
land is at its luscious best.

Festivals flourish to hail
the harvest such as
Nobanno Utshob.


The fifth season in
Bangladeshi Calendar,
constitute of Poush and
Magh.

In winter the earth dries
and dust forms.

Sometime it shows
dense fog and the sun
does not show as usual.



The last season in
Bangladeshi Calendar,
constitute of Falgun and
Chaitra.

Spring is called the
KING of all seasons.

Flame-coloured
shimul,palash,
krishnachura blossoms.


The seasons of Bangladesh
regulate its-
Economy
Communication
Trade and Commerce
Art and Culture,

that is the entire lifestyle of the
people.