Chandra Grahan Time: The lunar eclipse will start on July 16 at 1 p.m. 31 minutes. It will be a partial lunar eclipse. The next lunar eclipse in India will take place on May 26, 2021. This lunar eclipse will be full moon eclipse.
Lunar eclipse 2019 Facts: Today Partial Lunar Eclipse will take place. This lunar eclipse will be visible throughout India. Indian time lunar eclipse today ie 16th of July (Chandra Grahan Time) will start at 1 p.m. 31 minutes and ends on July 17 at 4:30 PM. After this lunar eclipse, the lunar eclipse will take place directly in 2021.
This partial lunar eclipse(Lunar Eclipse) will most clearly be seen at three o’clock in the morning. When most of the moon will be covered. Tonight only one part of the moon will pass through the shadow of the earth. Wednesday at 3:01 am, the Moon’s 65 percent diameter will be under the shadow of the Earth.
Those interested in celestial activities should not lose this opportunity, because, by 2021, no such clearly visible Lunar Eclipse will take place. People will also be seen in different parts of South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, and Australia. This celestial phenomenon in India (Chandra Grahan in India) will be seen from every part of the country.
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Chandra Grahan Facts
When the Earth moves between the Moon and the Sun during the orbiting the Sun. But the three of them are not in a straight line. In such a situation, on the small surface of the moon, the shadow of the middle part of the earth is called, which is called Umbra.
In the rest of the moon, the shadow of the outermost part of the Earth is called Penumbra. During this, we see the shadow of the earth in a large part of the moon.
The red can be seen, MOON
is likely to have the color of the moon red in this lunar eclipse. The red moon is called “blood moon”. Paul Cox, the chief astronomer of the Slovak Institute says that this is not a full moon eclipse, but still, we can see the magical changes in the color of the moon because 65% of the full Buck Moon is the earth’s umbra ).
It is difficult to predict the color of the moon because the atmosphere of the Earth’s atmosphere influences it, but due to recent volcanic activity the dust in the atmosphere is blowing, we are expecting ‘half-blood moon’. “
What is Fullbun Moon, the full moon that is in July, the whole moon is called Full Buck Moon.
According to religious belief, this is why a lunar eclipse
According to a legend, during the sea churning, there was a lot of pride for the nectar between the gods and the demons. In this churning, the nectar was found, but the Ashurst took away from him.
To bring the nectar back, Lord Vishnu took the form of a beautiful girl named Mohini and took nectar from the asuras. When he approached the Gods about that nectar and started feeding him, Asur, also known as Rahu, went into the gods and sat down to drink nectar. As soon as he removed the nectar, God Sun and the moon became aware that he is insecure.
Immediately she was stripped of nectar and Vishnu separated her neck from her Sudarshan Chakra. Because he had drunk nectar, he was not dead. His head and torso fell down on the planet named Rahu and Ketu. It is believed that due to this incident the Sun and Moon are eclipsed, due to which their glow goes for some time.
Religious beliefs of the eclipse
Astrologer says that the effects of the lunar eclipse last for 108 days. It is believed that if chanting during the lunar eclipse, its effect is emancipated. During the eclipse, it is the law to read Durga Saptashati Kavach Mantra.
During the eclipse period, getting out of the house, eating and religious rituals are forbidden. After bathing, after bathing, the house is purified from the Ganges, as well as giving a donation to Dakshina.
The eclipse period is considered inauspicious. No religious work is done during this period due to the soot. In addition, people take care of many things. People touching the idol in the sunshine and eclipse and avoiding unnecessary food.
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