Each lasting five days, the Gahanbars are: Maidhyaōizaremaya (Midspring), occurring in the month of Artavahisht, 41 days after the New Year; 60 days later is Maidhyoishema (Midsummer), in the month of Tīr; 75 days later, Paitishhahya (Harvest-time), in the month of Shatvairō; 30 days later, Ayāthrima (possibly Time of Prosperity), in the month of Mitrā; 80 days later, Maidhyāirya (Midwinter), in the month of Dīn; and 75 days later, in the last five intercalary or Gatha days of the year, Hamaspathmaēdaya (Vernal Equinox).
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Each lasting five days the Gahanbars are Maidhyaōizaremaya Midspring occurring in the month of Artavahisht 41 days after the New Year 60 days later is Maidhyoishema Midsummer in the month of Tīr 75 days later Paitishhahya Harvest-time in the month of Shatvairō 30 days later Ayāthrima possibly Time of Prosperity in the month of Mitrā 80 days later Maidhyāirya Midwinter in the month of Dīn and 75 days later in the last five intercalary or Gatha days of the year Hamaspathmaēdaya Vernal Equinox