Magha


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Noun1.Magha - the eleventh month of the Hindu calendarMagha - the eleventh month of the Hindu calendar; corresponds to January in the Gregorian 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
Mesasamkranti - Hindu solar holiday at the beginning of the new astrological year when the sun enters the constellation Aries
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Tenders are invited for Arrangements for magha amavasya jathara 2018 at mamidipally
Part III presents four essays that bring out the innovative features of Kalidasa's chronologically nearest descendants--the canonical poets Bharavi, Magha, and Bhatti--all of whom composed longer, multi-canto kavya known as mahakavya.
Wednesday by unidentified gunmen at Barangay Bolho-on, in San Miguel town, Surigao del Sur, reported Rico Magha, tribal (Manobo) municipal chieftain in San Miguel, Surigao del Sur.
Our country experienced terror in its worst form, never known before, firstly during the invasion and capture of the Sinhala Kingdom, by the ruthless Dravidian Kalinga Magha and later in more recent years, under the Tamil terrorist leader Prabakaran.
Demolition & re-construction of a mosque in Markaz Magha, in Minya Governorate.
I saw was a commentary (hindi) on the Sisupala-badham of Magha by Bhavadatta, alone with a few pages of a grammatical work.
Parts 1-12, published between VS 2018 Vaishakha to 2020 Magha.
twelve forms of Parvati, should be invoked turn by turn each month, beginning with Magha.
14) Usually the dedication ceremony takes place on full moon day of Chaitra (March--April corresponding to the spring season) or Magha (November-December), which are considered auspicious periods (Story, 1987).
The months of the Indian year are, in order, Caitra, Vaisakha, Jyaistha, Asadha, Sravana, Bhadrapada, Asvina, Karttika, Margasirsa, Pausya, Magha and Phalguna.
Living in a village of rough people, with a neglected environment, Magha determined to bring happiness to it.