1.चैत्र – Chaitra – April to May
Chaitra begins with the new moon in April. The first day of this month is called Gudi Padwa, which marks the day of Hindu new year.

2.वैशाख – Vaishakh – May to June
Vaishakh is season of crop harvesting and the second month of hindu calendar.

3. ज्येष्ठ – Jeshta – June to July
Maharashtrians celebrate vat purnima in this month. This is third month of hindu calendar.

4.आषाढ/ आकाड – Ashad/akad – July to August
In this fourth month, Maharashtrians celebrate Gurupurnima and ashadi ekadashi celebrate.

5.श्रावण – Shravan – August to September
This fifth month brings also the festivals of Naagpanchimi and Narali purnima.

6.भाद्रपद – Bhadrapad – September to October
This is month marks the festival of Ganesh Chaturthi.

7.आश्विन – Ashwin – October to November
Navratri, Durga puja, Kojagiri, Dasra, and Diwali are all festivals celebrated in the seventh month of Ashwin.

8.कार्तिक – Kartik – November to December
Bhaubeej is celebrated in the month of Kartik.

9.मार्गशीर्ष – Margashirshya – December to January
Margashirsh Lakshmi pujan implies the worship of godess Lakshmi.

10.पौष/पुस – Paush/pus – January to February
Paush अमावस्या is celebrated in this month.

11.माघ – Maagh – February to March
Mahashivratri is celebrated in this month. On this day, people worship lord Mahadev. Makar sankranti is also celebrated in this month.

12.फाल्गुन – Faalgun – March to April
This is last month in the Hindu calendar. Holi is celebrated in this month.

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