I'm sorry, I have deleted that post before I read your reply.
This is a newer version... Namatthu Ratanattayassa
Read this niyama before read my reply : http://www.84000.org/tipitaka/dic/d_item.php?i=205
First is tīraṇapariññā-kicca. Second is pahāna-kicca. Third is sacchikiriyā-kicca. The last is bhāvanā-kicca. --------------------------- Explanation ---------------------------We have 4 dukkhas .-
1. dukkha-ariyasacca (paramattha)
2. dukkha-lakkhaṇa (puññatti)
3. dukkhas that have dukkha-lakkhaṇa, but some of them are dukkha-ariyasacca, and some of them are not (variety of words)
4. dukkha-vedanā-cetasikaAnd we have 3 maggas.-
1. 8 lokiya-magga-cetasikas
2. 8 lokuttara-magga-cetasikas
3. lokuttara-maggacittuppāda (citta + 36 lokuttara-magga-cetasika)
All khandha, included 8 maggas are anicca, dukkha, and anattā that have tilakkhaṇa --aniccalakkhaṇa, dukkhalakkhaṇa, and anattalakkhaṇa.
However, the Buddha had taught tilakkhaṇa to make us see dukkha-ariyasacca by doing tīraṇapariñā-kicca--vipassana meditation or you can call magga, that we must contemplation--observe, tilakkhana of all kandha until they all become anicca, dukkha, and anatta in your attitude (in sutta aphorism is "He regards whatever phenomena as inconstant, stressful,...,not-self"--AN 4.124 PTS: A ii 128).
But pubbbhāgamagga, that name lokiya-maggas, hadn't taught for that kicca. They have being to be bhāvanā-kicca. Till they couldn't usable to eradicate kilesa, then we could do pahana-kicca to them.
Another case, if maggas or any saṅkhāra can't attached by any kilesa, they will have tilaksana, accept dukkalakkhaṇa, but they are not dukkha-ariyasacca. In this case, maggas refer to lokuttara-magga.
End case, magga-cetasikas are not dukkha-vedanā-cetasika. However, dukkha-vedanā can arise together with magga-cetasika in magga-citta (maggacittuppāda).