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Winter in Bangladesh

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Sheikh Arif Bulbon :
Bangladesh is small beautiful country. It has many natural beauties. Bangladesh has actually three season i.e pre-monsoon, rainy monsoon and winter season. But Bangladesh has traditionally six seasons i.e summer (Grishmo), rainy (Borsha), autumn (Sharat), late autumn (Hemonto), winter (Sheet), spring (Bosonto) each season staying normally two months. This season is the winter (November to February) season in Bangladesh.
This season in the country cold air follows, sometime temperature level decreasing up to 3°C to 4°C and generally average temperature of here in winter is 10°C to 20°C. January is generally coldest month of the season.
Winter season are very nice, enjoyable season, it is also very dry season in Bangladesh.
In Spring season, total rainfall is low other than all season. Day time is shorter than night. This season every morning you see a foggy weather, sunlight cannot get early morning.
Winter season we see around us many types of flowers, i.e Rose, Shimul, Palash etc. Early morning blooming flowers looks beautiful and you take flower. Most of the people of Bangladesh live in village.
In Winter season, every morning/evening most of people makes various types of pitha (cakes). Sometimes people arrange pitha party like small festival. In the city there are many small pitha shop beside the street and people go there for eating. The test is amusing and you can eat it.
Winter season is the king seasons. People feel comfort because of temperature decreasing. This season some problems also facing especially health related problem about old man and children. Winter season is the most entertainment season in this country. In winter people here go to different beautiful places and arranges some festival for entertainment. This is best for traveling anywhere for see its beauty.
To discover its beauty, anybody can visit beautiful Bangladesh. Winter is the best season to see its beauty. n

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