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Synonyms for Phalguna

the twelfth month of the Hindu calendar

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India, April 21 -- Not many people in the world, and specially Christians in India, will recognize Phalgun Amawasya, Kaliyug Varsha 5114 as April 10, 2013.
So I am here said, Phalgun. MJs dance is eternal and will remain with us ever, said Priyanka.
According to observation, the months of Phalgun through Chaitra (mid-March to mid-April) are considered to be scarce in terms of available food for consumption, since the previous year's production would have run out more or less at the end the Magh (mid-March).
Nitin Joshi, a Dubai resident, said: "The festival of Holi falls in the month of February or early March during the Hindu month of Phalgun when nature blooms in all its glory.
100), reading: "a copy of Lalan Sai was written in 1299 Bengali Era, on the 7th of Phalgun" (san 1299, 7 phalgun likhitam srichato [yuto] nalan sai phakir nakalah).
Mahashivratri is celebrated on the lunar month of Phalgun and is believed to instil faith in those who are destined to live in trouble.
Phalgun Prativadi, an infectious diseases physician in Pittsburgh.
The event is traditionally celebrated on the full moon day in the month of Phalgun and festivities are spread across the globe.
Known as the festival of colours it falls on the full moon day of Phalgun month of the Indian Calendar.
Shivratri falls on the moonless 14th night of the new moon in the Hindu month of Phalgun which corresponds to the month of February-March in the English calendar.
The festival also marks the culmination of the fifteen-day celebrations of 'Holi' and ends on the first Sunday after the full moon, in the month of Phalgun (February-March), By Juhan Samuel (ANI)