Rainy Season is one of the soothing seasons for each one of us. The tiny droplets of rain are loved by everyone. In India, July-August is considered a rainy season. The arrival of Monsoon sometimes observed in late June too.
Importance of Rain
The cool breezes of the rainy season are a big relief from the sunny days. The rainy season is the blessing for agriculture, water level, and for all of us. The trees and plants are bloomed by the rainshower; it is also a rejuvenating month for greenery. Rain is bliss for farmers; farmers are dependent upon rainwater. Natural rainwater is the best irrigation source for their farms.
The Most Awaited Season of the Year
In Indian mythology, Lord Indra is considered as the lord of rain, people pray him for the arrival of monsoon. The rainy season is also a source of inspiration for poets and writers. The scenic beauty of nature is sighful during the rainy season. Rain is also considered as a stress buster for people. In coastal areas, rain is quite common. The water reservoirs are filled by the rain during the rainy season.
Due to climate change and global warming, the early or late monsoon is observed. Some natural disasters like floods are the result of excessive rain. The lower areas of towns and rural areas are mostly get affected by excessive rain.