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Maagha (Nepali: माघ maagh) is a month of the Hindu calendar. In India's national civil calendar, it's the eleventh month of the year, it corresponds with January/February in the Gregorian calendar.
In lunar calendars, Maagh may begin on either the new moon or the full moon around the same time of year, and is usually the tenth month of the year. It is named thus because, in this month, the full moon is usually found nearby or within the star cluster called "Magha".
|Shukla Paksha||Krishna Paksha|
|1. Prathama||1. Prathama|
|2. Dwitiya||2. Dwitiya|
|3. Tritiya||3. Tritiya|
|4. Chaturthi||4. Chaturthi|
|5. Panchami||5. Panchami|
|6. Shashti||6. Shashti|
|7. Saptami||7. Saptami|
|8. Ashtami||8. Ashtami|
|9. Navami||9. Navami|
- Shukla Panchami: Vasant Panchami
- Shukla Saptami: Ratha Saptami
- Maagh Mela is an important festival celebrated most of North India.
- The world-famous "Maha Maham" festival which is held every 12 years during full moon day of this month of "maasi".
- Makar Sankranti
- Shukla Ashtami is called as Bhishma Ashtami. It is the day on which Bhishma son of Ganga, was born.