Seasons tells us that change is the law of nature and an indication of progress. In India, there are primarily six seasons according to the antiquated Hindu schedule (the Lunisolar Hindu). All 12 months of a year are divided into six seasons of duration of two-month each. These seasons are Vasant Ritu (Spring), Grishma Ritu (Summer), Varsha Ritu (Monsoon), Sharad Ritu (Autumn), Hemant Ritu (Pre-Winter) and Shishir Ritu (Winter). But However, according to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), there are only four seasons in India like other different part of the world.
1) Summer (Grishma Ritu)
It is also a two-month period season from the months of May and June.
As per the Hindu schedule, this season mainly comes in Jyeshta and Aashaadha
2) Winter (Shishir or Shita Ritu)
The winter season in India is a period of two-month from January and February.
As per the Hindu schedule, this season comes in the months of Magha and Phalguna.
3) Rainy or Monsoon (Varsha Ritu)
It is a two-month period season from the months of July and August.
As per the Hindu schedule, this season occurs in the months of Shravana and Bhadrapada (Sawan and Bhado).
4) Spring Season (Vasant Ritu)
The spring season in India is a period of two-month from March to April.
In the Hindu schedule, this season comes in the month of Chaitra and Baisakh.
6) Autumn (Sharad Ritu)
The season of autumn occurs in the months of September and October.
As per the Hindu schedule, autumn season comes in the month of Ashwin and Kartik.
5) Pre-winter (Hemant Ritu)
The Pre-winter season comes in the months of November and December. As per the Hindu schedule, these season mainly occurs in the Agahan and Poos (Agrahayana and Paush ).