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With the monsoon season coming up, its time for hot chai and pakodas, but also for seasonal infections and the flu. Stay safe and happy with these simple tips.
It’s monsoon season and the the feeling of being over-energized overtakes us, bouncing inside us, making us feel like little, carefree toddlers. This is the moment when the smell of light, wet soil rises up our noses, and that cool breeze gently touches our skin. That feeling when the monsoon season is right on our heads, after the harsh, long and scorching glaze of the summer sun and its heat! It gives us the feeling of some kind of unknown and unexpressed happiness, since as we all know, the first role of monsoon is to demolish the burning heat of summer.
When the monsoon is near, it brings about a kind of windy breeze, a cloudy mist and a happy feeling to the gut as it brings out a fantastic view in front of our eyes – moving clouds, splattering rain showers, thunder strikes, trees and leaves making a humble vow, the joy of seeing tiny insects, the dim light giving peace to eyes and above all, a feeling of relief from the burning heat of the sun. Kids and adults alike get into a kind of sleepy mood, wanting to relax in this season.
Expressive rain lovers would be happy simply seeing the rain, and through those water droplets, drenched buildings, schools, gardens, parks, roads and water dripping out from the street lights. But for those people who don’t like the rainy season, they feel as though everything around themselves is wet, sticky and dirty. Of course we can’t make people change their views or perception. But we, being the connoisseurs of all things beautiful, try to be dissolved in the beauty of the monsoons in a single glance.
We all have our own ways of enjoying the refreshing monsoon and the amazing weather around us. As the monsoon arrives, everybody feels like keeping their work aside, to get lost in the sprinkling of water. The rain creates a cooling effect on our minds, makes up our mood and help to relax and do some leisure activities. Rains also bring up the ‘little kid’ which is hidden inside all of us, regardless of our age. There is a list of amazing things we can enthusiastically do in the monsoons, to enjoy the beautiful weather even more:
It is said that excess of everything is bad, no matter however much sweet it is. The same can be said for the monsoons. While we do get some relief from summer sweats, excessive exposure to rains might cause ill effects on our health which may ruin our plans for the monsoons. Maintenance of our health during monsoons is a must and should be handled with utmost diligence.
So here are some preparation tips, to enjoy your monsoons, hassle-free:
Enjoy this Monsoon season in the healthiest way!
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