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About Flooding of the Nile
The Flooding of the Nile is celebrated on August 15th of every year in Egypt. It is also known as the Wafaa El-Nil. Egyptians flood cycle has three stages and they are Akhet, Peret and Shemu. The flooding signified the start of the planting season. Akhet is time of the Nile flood, Peret is sowing time and Shemu is the time of harvest. Akhet was the first season of the year. Peret or the Egyptian Autumn season marked the time when their crops grew in the fields and were harvested. Shemu was the third and last season of the Egyptian year. The people living in Egypt depended on the Nile for food, water, and transportation. The Nile River flows from south to north.
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