Vahagn was known as a Hercules-like figure and a slayer of dragons. Cakhots is the fifth month of Armenian chronology. Armenians made a good choice, because in 21st of December the day is at it's shortest and the night is at its longest.  For example, the supreme god of the Armenian pantheon, Vanatur, was later replaced by Aramazd (the Parthian form of Ahura Mazda).
Nane was a goddess of war and wisdom, daughter of Aramazd.  For instance, it is common for the priests to make pilgrimage to Mount Khustup, where, according to the book, Garegin Nzhdeh experienced the presence of the god Vahagn. Mehekan is the 7th month of Armenian chronology. The celebrations in honour of Vahagn at the Temple of Garni usually start at the memorial monument of Kakosyan, set up after his death on the site where his ashes were dispersed. The temple was built in the 1st century by the king Trdat I and dedicated to the God of Sun Mithras, and there is the witness, an inscription in Greek. In the spring, Armenians celebrate Motherhood Holiday in honor of Anahit and Easter.  The rituals at the Temple of Garni take place following a route which starts from the spring, passes through the temple, and endly reaches the holy wood.
I reckon the earliest forms of Armenian paganism must have been predominantly Phrygian, since the Armenian people were originally Thraco-Phrygian.
La mythologie arménienne, dite aussi polythéisme arménien ou paganisme arménien exprime les croyances des Arméniens aux temps antérieurs à l'arrivée du christianisme en Arménie au début du IVe siècle. Little is known of the religion of the Phrygians.  Kakosyan, however, is not credited as the "author" of the Ukhtagirk, but rather as the "recorder" of an eternal truth understood by inspiration, its "compiler" (kazmogh). Under his six-pack of stone, Aramazd represents fertility, rain, and abundance. Nane was represented as a young beautiful woman in the clothing of a warrior, with spear and shield in hand, like the Greek Athena, with whom she identified in the Hellenic period. This theology is a monism: The beginning of the first section of the book recites that "in the beginning was the Ar, and Ara was the creator". Ancient Armenian calendar was movable according to leap years. Consultez la liste des tâches à accomplir en page de discussion. According to the priest, Mehekan means “death” because in this month the Nature has a rest. The Armenian nation must remember its pre-Christian past, and Ara's Children help them remember.  Christianity is criticised for having destroyed the rich and highly developed ancient Armenian culture, replacing the values of courage, martial spirit and honour with those of humility, obedience and modesty, thus causing the collapse of Armenian statehood and condemning the nation to centuries of subordination to foreign powers, migrations, persecutions and massacres. In these poems he is described as a divine man. Drentez, or Trndez, is a national Holiday, which is connected with fire and is celebrated on the 13th of February. It was only five days long, from the 6th to the 10th of August. In Latin January means “the door” or means “heavens”.