Though it lives for the short duration, it bewitches people in such a way that they sing songs in its praise throughout the year.

In this season there is neither too cold nor too hot. That’s why the nature wears a kind look. It is at its best with greenery everywhere. All the trees and plants are in bloom. The crops get ripen and the fields look golden.

We see new and tender leaves which come out in the branches of the trees. The birds remain silent throughout the winter season. But as soon as the spring comes, they break their silence and start singing sweet songs. They look so gay that it seems as if they are thanking to God with their thousands of notes.

People wait for this season for outing as the climate becomes mild, they ejoy picnics during this season. Nature gives a grand feast to our hungry eyes. Buds of flowers peep to see its beautiful sight. Flowers bloom and spread their sweet fragrance all around.


They make us feel healthy and active. We do much work during this season because we never get tired. We feel fresh all the time and this is the main attraction of the spring.

The villages present even more beautiful sight. There we find nature in its full bloom. The green and yellow fields fill our hearts with hope. The farmers look very happy because their crops are ripe and they would soon reap the reward of their months of long labour.

They feel a feeling of plenty in the air. The spring revels reach a climax during the Holi festival in March. There is nothing but colour everywhere. Colours denote energy-the vivid, passionate pulse of life. Colour signifies the vitality that makes the human race unique in the universal scheme. Thus, the festival of colours i.e., Holi is a beautiful gift of spring.

People turn to be creative during the spring season. The poets have written so much in its praise. They also express their gratitude to God through their poems. Spring is also a season of marriages and feasts. People enjoy these occasions their absolute zeal.


It is this season when the earth was honoured by the birth of Shri Ram Chandra. It was again in spring that the coronation of Ram actually took place.

Spring is the symbol of life. It brings richness and rashness eveiywhere. The air and the earth is filled with new life, giving us new hopes and aspirations. The sight of mountain isn’t less beautiful. There we can see the nature in its true colour.

There is no one who does not praise the beauty of the spring. In summer we have intense heat, in winter we have too much cold, and in rainy season we face suffering related to excess rain or scanty rain. It is only spring season when we have no complaining at all.

We have only pleasure all around and we never get tired of it. It is therefore said that spring is the queen of all seasons. It is really true. It is a matchless season and therefore all welcome it with full heart.