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~ώ Shubh Vagh Baras ώ~

Vaak Baras (repeatedly and wrongly referred to as 'vaagh-baras'), where 'vaak' means 'vaani' or Goddess Saraswati in a broader sense, occurs on Aso vad 12, the 12th dark day of Aso.[3] This is also known as Govatsa dwadashi and Guru Dwadashi. On this day, cows and calves are worshiped. People clear their account ledgers (khata) today and not enter into new transactions using new ledgers only after Labh Panchm.
Vaak Baras is repeatedly mispronounced as Vaagh Baras. "Vaagh" also means "tiger" in Gujarati. It is thus celebrated with references to tigers. In some Dhodia villages, some men colour themselves in stripes representing the Vaagh and others as plain white or other colours denoting cattle. The tiger chases the cattle. Finally, at the end of the sport, the village inhabitants eat food together at a common place and celebrate.
Vagh Barash which come a day before Dhanteras and a day after Rama Ekadashi. Vagh Baaras is also called Govatsa Dwadashi and Guru Dwadashi in western states of India (e.g. in Gujarat).  It is also called Vasubaras in Maharashtra. People of north India worship this day for Govamsa puja.  This day is auspicious for worship cow and calf. Some places in Gujarat, by Dhodia tribe celebrate with playing game of Vagh (tiger) and cow, person wear cloths of tiger skin and chase for person who wear cloths of cow. In true meaning for celebrating this festival for repaying one’s debts, and clearing up their accounts book on this day.  On day of Labh Pancham new account transaction take place.
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