Rainy Season & Rainy Day Essay & Paragraph

Rain, maybe, is the most beautiful phenomenon in nature. So, there has never been a poet in the world who has not written about the beauty of rain, nor can there be a painter who has not drawn a picture of rain. But not only poets or painters, but the rain fascinates everyone. That is why students at school often have to write essays or paragraphs on rainfall. Here is a bunch of essays and paragraphs on the rainy season and a rainy day. They highlight the changes that can be noticed in nature and human life on a rainy season or a rainy day.

A Rainy Day Paragraph
For children, a rainy day is a day of joy and excitement.

By: Haque | Words: 330 | For Class 7-8

Introduction: A rainy day is very enjoyable for me, especially if I am in the village. It thrills me to watch the rain falling on the trees and green fields. Whenever I think of a rainy day I remember a certain day in my childhood.

Description: Then I was a student in class five. My family decided to go to our village house in Sandwip. I was overjoyed at the prospect of going to the village. The rains were just setting in. On that particular day, it was drizzling from the night before. The whole sky was covered with dark ash clouds. The sun did not show its face through the day was in progress. After getting up from bed I had my breakfast and took my seat beside the window. Suddenly the force of rain increased and rain falling on the tin roof was making a great pattering sound. I was looking outside and enjoying the natural beauty the rain offered. It was beyond description. The drops of rain were sometimes small, sometimes big, and sometimes extra large. Sometimes they fell straight and sometimes in a slanting manner. The crows and other birds were drenching pathetically in the rain. My mother brought tea, hand-made cakes, and fried rice at one point. I enjoyed them with relish. There was no sign of letting up the rain. The big pond beside our house got full to the brim. After some time it overflowed. Then there was an uproar that fishes were coming out from the pond. Everybody rushed out in the rain to catch fish. I caught a big trout and some climbing fish. I was drenched to the skin. My mother cooked the fish. At dinner, we enjoyed a delicious meal. We passed the whole afternoon chatting beside the window. The rain continued throughout the day even the following day.

Conclusion: It is one of the most memorable days of my life. I think it will remain ever fresh in my mind.


Essay on the Rainy Season in Bangladesh, 350 Words

By: Haque | For Class 9-10 | 22-05-’22

Write an essay on the rainy season, in about 300 words, in the context of Bangladesh or (where you live). Use these subheadings in your essay: Introduction, Description, Usefulness, Disadvantages, Conclusion.

Introduction: There are six seasons in Bangladesh. They are the summer, the rainy season, the autumn, the late autumn, the winter, and the spring. Of the six seasons in Bangladesh, the rainy season is the most important due to its contribution to our agriculture. It is also a very beautiful season. It comes just after the summer.

Description of the Rainy Season: During the summer the weather remains very hot. Ponds, wells, canals, and lakes dry up. Trees languish for want of water. Everything waits for the refreshing touch of the rain. Then comes the rainy season with its shower of rain like a blessing. During the rainy season, the sky often remains covered with clouds most of the time. Thunderstorms are very frequent. Due to the heavy and incessant rainfalls, wells, ponds, rivers, canals, lakes, etc. become full to the brim. Low lands go underwater and look like a sea.

Usefulness: The rainy season is very important for our agriculture. It does a lot of good to us. Farmers anxiously wait for the rain as cultivation depends on rain. Without rain, the fields cannot be plowed. Much rain is necessary for growing paddy and jute. Everything becomes full of water and the scarcity of water is no longer felt.

Disadvantages: The rainy season has its disadvantages, too. Roads become muddy and slippery. Then it becomes very difficult to use the roads. Poor people living in huts also suffer a lot. They can not go out in heavy rain to work for earning their daily bread. Many diseases like cholera, dysentery, and malaria also break out in this season. Heavy rainfall often causes floods. Floods wash away houses, poultry, cattle, and crops and thus cause a great loss to the villagers.

Conclusion: The importance of the rainy season outweighs its disadvantages. It is also a very pleasant season. Watching rain while sitting beside the window can turn anybody into a romantic poet. One can pass hours watching the rain falling on green trees, fields, and ponds. Such beauty is beyond description. This season is vital for the growth of vegetation. Hence, we can say that the vast greenery of Bangladesh is the bounty of the rainy season.


A Rainy Day Paragraph, 250 Words

By: Haque | For Class 9-12 | 06-04-’22

  • How is the sky on a rainy day?
  • A rainy day is undesirable for which class of people?
  • Why are school goers happy on a rainy day?
  • How do you feel on a rainy day?

Nature revolves around one season after another. Rainy days come at the end of summer heat. Then it rains almost all day and night. On a rainy day, the sky remains cloudy. Frequent flashes of lightning are seen, and the sound of thunder is heard. Sometimes the heavy wind blows accompanying a shower of rain. A rainy day is taken by different people in a different ways. On such a day, the day laborers can’t work, and officials can’t go to the office. However, a rainy day is an enjoyable day for school children. On a rainy day, they feel very happy as they do not need to go to school. They spend their time playing hide and seek, ludo, chess, carom, etc. In fact, the school-goers welcome the day very much. But the poor can’t welcome the day. Because of the fact that they have to suffer a lot on a rainy day. On a rainy day, they can’t earn their bread and butter, and so they have to starve. They can’t even live in peace in their house, because rainwater soaks their house. In fact, the poor have to pass a very miserable life on a rainy day. But the rich enjoy the day by having delicious foods and watching television and movies. On a whole, a rainy day is not expected by most people. Yet, on a rainy day, the crazy look of nature is an enjoyable thing. Especially poets and artists like such a day very much.

Rainy Day Paragraph
Children overwhelmed on a rainy day.

A Rainy Day Paragraph, 150 Words

By: Haque | For Class 6-7 | 06-04-’22

In the rainy season, it sometimes happens that it rains all day long, we call it a rainy day. The sky is covered with clouds. The sun does not show its face at all. A very dull and dark day. Sometimes heavy rain, sometimes drizzle. There are frequent flashes of lightning and thunder in the sky. The birds can’t fly, the cattle can’t get out. On such a rainy day people have to stay indoors. Roads become muddy and uninhabited. The movement becomes difficult. No one usually goes out of the house unless they are helpless. On a rainy day, the poor suffer a lot. Because they can’t go out for their livelihood. But such a day is a joy for the students. Because there are no classes that day. Thus, a rainy day gives us both joy and sorrow. It comes to different classes of people in different ways.


A Rainy Day Paragraph, 120 Words

By: Haque | For Class 4-5 | 06-04-’22

A rainy day is a dull day with drizzle and torrential rainfall. The sky remains cloudy and so it is dark all around. The roads become muddy and slippery. One can’t go out without an umbrella. Sometimes the roads and fields go underwater and people have to wade to their homes or working places. Open manhole is very dangerous on a rainy day because one can’t know where it is underwater. The children can’t go out to play. Rainwater comes into the huts of poor people and drenches their belongings. They can’t go out. So, some of them remain unfed. In spite of that Rainwater makes everything neat and clean. After rain, the nature takes a fresh look.


A Rainy Day Paragraph, 100 Words

By: Haque | For Class 3-4 | 06-04-’22

During the rainy season, it rains continuously. The sky looks gloomy. It’s covered with clouds. It rains heavily and the gusty wind blows. The sun is not seen. Everybody carries an umbrella. The fields, roads, and yards go underwater. People can’t go out of the house. Laborers suffer much as they don’t find any job. Even cattle can’t graze. Students fail to go to schools and colleges, so they become happy as a rainy day means a holiday. Overall it’s a difficult and disappointing period for all. Thus a rainy day is a sunless day of dimness and inactivity.

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