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As we know Every thing has two faces , Rain is also having .consider a ruppee coin , it has two faces like that ,  Rain is a two sided coin.It is boon as well as bane.It is boon for the farmers as they get high yield of crops and they also regulate the temperature of the surroundings.But when it rains unceasing then it increases the water level of many rivers such as Indus and Sindhu river,this results in massive flooding and a loss of life and property.So,at last we conclude by saying that 'Rain is a boon and a bane'.

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2016-02-28T18:53:13+05:30

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In some countries like India with a large coastal area and peninsula type of geographical shape, therea onsoon season.   In many countries in the world, there are seasons like monsoons.The forests in India grow very well during the monsoon.  The trees hold the water in the soil among their roots and use that during the next few months.  Growth of forests depends on monsoons in India.   Many plantations on the road side are planned during the monsoon.  In some other countries forests depend on rains which fall during many months of the year.During the monsoon season in India, rural people are happy.   Indian economists are happy.  The government is happy.   Monsoon season and amount of rainfall has a good impact on the economy and budget.   For stock market too, there is an impact.
 For some people whose activities are not related directly to abundance of water, monsoon may appear as a obstacle for their activities.  For those who wash clothes, rainy season could be a problem, as clothes do not dry quickly.   For many people who travel on bad roads, passing the water logs, pits and clearing traffic jams, provokes disgust.  But, without a monsoon season, India and hence, all Indians will not be able to survive for long.
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