Baisakh


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Noun1.Baisakh - the second month of the Hindu calendar
Hindu calendar - the lunisolar calendar governing the religious life of Hindus; an extra month is inserted after every month in which there are two new moons (once every three years)
Hindu calendar month - any lunisolar month in the Hindu calendar
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The government of Nepal has also been marking 15th of the month of Baisakh, as per the Nepali calendar, as National Tea Day.
of Jalkars (revenue from waterbodies) and publishes List of the corresponding vested Waterbodies to be settled from 1st Baisakh, 1424B.
The month of Baisakh was satisfactory, Jestha went to zero and the Ashar also lied down.
Baisakh N, RamanaRao MV, Rajasekaran K, Subudhi P, Janda J, Galbraith D.
Gyanaranjan Nayak (1), Saurjya Ranjan Das (2), Biswa Bhusan Mohanty (3), Pratima Baisakh (4), Sitansu Kumar Panda (5), Prafulla Kumar Chinara (6)
When the Collector sent peons, they were generally threatened and manhandled, particularly those whom he sent to demand the balances of Abkari Mahals in the month of Baisakh 1205 (corresponding to 1798-99).
Notably, Chaitra and Baisakh are, respectively, the last and the first month of the Bengali calendar.
Yadav's office said in a statement the parties now have until Wednesday to form a new government for holding elections slated for the Nepali month of Baisakh, which starts on April 14 next year.
It was a new moon the night of Baisakh 1, which brings both natural and manmade calamities," says Dr.