Content: Description, its agents, its importance, problems, conclusion.
Its description: The winter is one of the most important seasons of India. This season comes after the rainy season. Winter stays in our country for about three months. The whole atmosphere is cold in this season. Nights are long and days are short. The cold winds blow all the time. The sky often remains clear. Sometimes it rains during this season. Dew drops at night. There is fog in the morning.
Its agents: The cold wind is the chief agent of this season. It makes the weather dull and chilly. Sometimes the untimely rain makes life miserable. It destroys our crops. Frost is another agent of the winter season. Naturally, it is always very difficult to go out at night in winter. But winter in India is not as cold as it is in some European countries.
Its importance: But the winter season has its own importance. It is very useful for health. People like to walk in the morning. They find fresh air to breathe in. During summer we cannot work for long. But in winter we can go on working for hours and hours. We do not get tired easily. There is no problem of mosquitoes in this season. People do not fall ill as they do in summer. Besides, dew drops on the grass look like pearls. This season is very important for farmers, too.
Problems and difficulties: The winter season creates problems for poor people. They have to work hard during the day time. They often sit by the fire at bight. They have no warm clothes. Sometimes they need to work even in the night. A large number of birds and other small animals die in this season. Travelling is troublesome in this season. We have to carry lot of luggage with us.
Due to lack of adequate warm clothes and shelter, there are instances of when people and animals die because of cold in our country.
What rich people should do? Rich people should spare some money for the welfare of poor people who suffer the hardship of cold winter winds. They should distribute warm clothes, blankets to poor people. They should make charitable shelter places where poor people can spend nights in a comfortable temperature.
Conclusion: However, the winter season is very useful. We like to sit and work in the sun. Everything looks fresh.
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Essay A Winter Snow
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A Winter Snow When I think back upon the memories of my childhood, I clearly recall a specific winter afternoon at my grandmother’s house. It is an especially cold day, I remember. I am dressed in two pairs of thick socks, two sweatshirts, a heavy winter coat, and my bright pink rain boots. I am nine years old, and to me, winter snow is pure magic. As I step out onto my grandmother’s back porch, I remember losing my breath, not only from the bitter cold, but also from the captivating scene. I am immediately taken aback by the view. The entire ground, as far as my eyes can see, is coated in a hefty blanket of solid white. The light seems to dance atop the snow, making it glitter wherever the sun shines. All the trees around are…show more content…
Extending my arms and legs as far as they can reach, I begin making a snow angel. I can feel the cold wet of the earth making its way through the gloves on my hands. I rise off the ground to look at my creation, and just next to my angel wings, I find tiny animal paw prints. Curious, I am instantly set to investigate. I follow the paw prints around the perimeter of the yard and stumble on the perpetrator. I find my grandmother’s dog, Chip, a few yards away, leaping into the air in a desperate attempt to catch snowflakes in his mouth. The paw prints undeniably belong to him. In fascination with the rare weather, I close my eyes in order to focus on the sound of the day. I listen intently. The sound is so overwhelmingly peaceful. Silence, yet there is much to hear. I hear to the sparse leaves gently rattling in the breeze. In the distance, I hear a bird singing its joyful melody. I hear the snapping together of Chip’s jaws after yet another failed attempt to taste the falling snowflakes. Laughing, I hear the pattering of his feet against the snow as he ran cheerfully. Abruptly, the sound of the back door opening snaps me out of my trance. My grandmother appears in the doorway to announce that dinner is ready. She has prepared soup. It is in this moment that I feel my stomach rumble. I had been so caught up in exploring the snow that I did not even notice my hunger. With the door ajar, I can smell the hot soup on the stove. My