Here is your short paragraph on Kojagir Harvest festival:
The festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm in Maharashtra and some other regions on the full-moon day in the month of Ashwin (September – October).
However in North India, this festival is held in the month of Magh (January – February). In the south it is observed in the month of Paus (December – January).
Devotees keep awake at night and worship Goddess Lakshmi. Hymns are recited and sung in her glory.
In Maharashtra at night milk sweetened and made delicious by mixing fragrant recipes, along with sweets are offered to the friends and relatives. Gifts are also made to the first born.