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"The Dewy Season" - Short Essay in English for School/College Students

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After Autumn Season, Comes the Dewy Season. The Dewy Season is composed of November and December. It is called the Dewy Season, because drops of dew fall during this period. Dew-drops are cold. They make the nature cool during their Sojourn.
The Dewy Season is a cool season. Its coolness is very pleasant to feel. The cool wind begins to blow from the north. it gives us a Cool touch and a cool sensation passes Over our body. This season is not as bitting as winter. It is very mild and sweet. 

All the night, drops of dew keep on falling. The dew drops are found on the leaves of trees and creepers. They are found on the lades of grass. Early in the morning, patches of dew drops are seen everywhere on the earth, Nature seems to have a cold bath. Sometimes at Cock-Crow, We get up and gaze at the gray lines of haze. Snow begins to fall on the Himalayas. After snow, comes the frost.

Early in the morning, the Sun is red and beautiful. It looks like a red rose of large size. The Sun reflects on the dew-wash and nature looks coloured at the time. In this Dewy Season the sun is mellow. It is never hot. Its rays are warm and pleasant.

The Dewy Season is also the time of harvest. The grass of paddy are perfectly ripe on the ears of the plants. They are ready to be harvested. The blithe farmers reap the paddy with the fullness of their hearts. They are called corn-reapers and they joyfully sing many kinds of harvest-song.

In the afternoon, the peasants carry the Cropped plants of paddy to their barn-yards. There they bring the plants under the hoof of the bullocks, where the grains thrashed out of the stalks. Then the farmers store the grains in the barns They group the straw pieces into bundles and pile them Աp in their barn-yards. Now, the farmers are happy Over their toils They celebrate the harvest home and share the feast with the friends and neighbors.

The Dewy Season is the happiest season for the farmers It is the season for reaping the harvest. People believe that the goddess of harvest leaves her Celestial abode in order to visit the earth. So, the earth is full of Scenic beauties of nature.

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