In India, we count six seasons in a year. Autumn is one of them. It is composed of September and October. It comes after the Rainy Season. It is the third season of the year when fruit is gathered. So, it is knows as the fruit gathering season.
Autumn is at war with the rain. The Autumn-win dispels the clouds in the sky. The sunny weather of Autumn wipes off the footprints of the rainy season. The muddy paths are dried up. Bogs and swamps are no more seen. The marshy-land gets dried and ditches are dried too. Gutters are dried up. Water in ponds and rivers is no more muddy. The mud in the water goes down unto the beds and the water looks clear and blue. It is transparent.
Autumn is decked with the beauties of nature. The dry clouds float in the sky. Most of them are white and bulging. They look like sail-boats fluting on the sea. Sometimes clouds drizzle and sometimes they rain a few drops. The beautiful Autumnal flowers are in bloom. We see many kinds of lotus in ponds. They are white, blue and red. All the day they look at sun. The white and blue lilies bloom in the evening. Some of the lilies are red too. All the nigh, they gaze at the moon. The glossy moon of Autumn beams bright. The moonlit sky looks like a beautiful blue glass. The Autumnal breeze passes through the green bought of the trees and leaves rustle. They make a dreamland of light and shade. The cool touch of the Autumnal wind works magic in us. We feel a thrilling sensation all over body and new vision come to our mind.
Autumn is cool and beautiful. It is highly praised by the lovers of beauties. Great poets of past and present have sung praise of Autumn. Hence, we welcome this seasons.