The Kash Flowers
I was born in a land and the world knows her as Bangladesh. She is a symbol of delightful natural beauty with lush green landscapes, a chain of great rivers, green hills, and exotic tropical rain forests. Indeed few countries in the world can match its rich and varied flora and fauna, which are not only unique biological phenomenon but are also great natural resources for this country. It has six seasons in a year. Autumn (sharat) Lasts during Bhadra and Ashvin (mid-August to mid-October). It is the third season of the year when fruit is gathered. So, it is known as the fruit gathering season also. Autumn is at war with the rain. It comes after the Rainy Season. The Autumn-win dispels the clouds in the sky .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. Kash flowers invariably pop up Bengali moods. The rare clean white patches among the greenery create a beautiful combination, especially when large tracts of land are adorned by Kash flowers. But it is perhaps the coming of the Puja season, which is the chief reason why Kash flower is invariably associated with a bangali mood. They can be found in every village and the large clusters can be found along banks of rivers.and another thing is kite. Children like to run with kite in kash flower land too. and the last day its tradition to say goodbye this season with kite fly festival too.