No changes detected with MAKEMIGRATION command after moving to new DataBase

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    So this is what I did 1. Connected to the POSTGRES database on railway.app. 2. Ran first migration command for Django (after initiating project) 3. Removed the Entire DataBase on Railway (to see how Django responds) 4. Created a New Database again on the railway.app 5. Updated the variables for new DB credentials in Django 6. After Running the DEVELOPMENT server, I Found the Session Table Missing Error 7. Tried MAKE MIGRATIONS command, result (No changes detected)

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