The Rainy Season is also not without troubles. It brings us some inconveniences. As roads become muddy, people face difficulty in going from one place to another. If it rains for days together, the working class people suffer from starvation. They do .not get any work anywhere. Prices of essential commodities go up due to interruptions in supply of goods to the market. Many diseases break out. Malaria, dysentery and diarrhea are quite common. Impure water is the chief reason of the spread of diseases. Flood occurs and brings heavy damage to crops.
But the heat and dust of the summer days subsides. The temperature goes down to tens of degrees and the dust clouds turn into water full clouds. The atmosphere cools down all over. Cheers and joys return to life. The old, the youth and the children are cheerful. They come out in the open plains or in the roof. They bathe in the cool currents of rains and dance out in joy. The children float their mimic paper boats in some pool under the window of their houses. The young women swing from a tree. The farmers come out in open fields for cultivation. Birds of various colored feathers express their joy in their sweet notes. The peacocks dance on the hill tops or a mound. The cattle’s hop and jump in the meadows and in the field.