Rain, the source of inspiration!

By Subrata Mukherjee

In love with Golapi Subratagolapi.

The New World (Natun Prithibi)

Rain is like a new hope of life as it comes down on earth with a fresh and liquid water to save the future of existence of living and also non-living things.

The New World (Natun Prithibi)
নতুন পৃথিবী।

Rain is formed through a process, condensed from atmospheric water vapour and gradually become heavy to fall to the earth pulled by the force of gravity.

Rain is a major source of the fresh water on the Earth. It provides the environment with the suitable conditions for many types of ecosystems as well as water for multiple utilities.

Dearth of rain can cause desert climates and similar environmental conditions resulting dryness in air and destructive factors.

Global warming is a big cause of concern that can change the environment of earth towards extinction.

Rain is also known or suspected on other planets in the solar system where it may be composed of methane, neon, sulfuric acid or even iron rather than water.

Raindrops make the air clean and wash away every dirt and renew the flow of life and bring joy in the nature.
The heaven and hell can be differentiated easily with the places where rain fall is profuse and where the rain fall is scanty or rain doesn’t fall there.

Without rain our life has no charm with the imagination of poetry and creation.

The rainy season is not only a season of cultivation but also a season of the poets.

The New World (Natun Prithibi)
নতুন পৃথিবী।

It is great to stand in the rain and experience the feeling and the joy with the droplets falling on our head and face and while doing this, we feel we are in the care and close company of nature and heavenly bliss.

This brings all happiness in our mind.
Rain is not only a natural phenomenon but also a big source of inspiration and a wonderful friend to teach all of us the joy of creation and imagination!

….to be continued.

The New World (Natun Prithibi)

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