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Spring is the season of rejuvenation and growth. After the bleak and cold winter, spring brings with it new life, warmth, and beauty. The snow and ice melts away, making way for the blooming of flowers, the budding of trees, and the arrival of colourful birds. The air is filled with the sweet fragrance of blooms, and the soft sounds of chirping birds like cuckoo. The mild weather of spring provides the perfect opportunity for outdoor activities, such as picnics, hikes, and gardening. It’s a time for new beginnings, renewal, and hope. The festival Holi is the main attraction of this season. The arrival of spring inspires people to leave behind the old and embrace new beginnings with open arms. In short, spring is a season of hope, renewal, and growth, making it a favourite for many. Spring is called the king of seasons.


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