Vassa in Buddhism

In ancient India, as we observed today, three regular seasons prevailed. They were ‘Vassana’ (rainy), ‘Hemanta’ (winter) and ‘Gimhana’ (summer). The rainy season (Vassana Kalo), was from the middle of July to that of November. During rainy season due to heavy rain, rivers over flowed. Streams got flooded. Then roads also flooded. Therefore, communications disrupted …

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