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Lunar eclipse on November 8: India timings, how to watch

Lunar eclipse on November 8: India timings, how to watch

Chandra grahan 2022: Here is everything you need to know about the total lunar eclipse that will happen on November 8.

Tomorrow on Kartak Poonam and Dev Diwali (November 8) a total lunar eclipse will be observed in Itanagar, Arunachan Pradesh from 4.23 pm. A partial lunar eclipse will be witnessed in cities other than the eastern part of the country, which will be complete at 6.19 pm. After that the penumbral lunar eclipse will begin and will last till 7.26 pm.

The last lunar eclipse of the year will take place on November 8 (Tuesday). A total lunar eclipse will be seen in eastern cities of India and a partial lunar eclipse in remaining cities. The eclipse will start at 2.38 pm and from 4.23 pm itanagar will be able to see the eclipse along with moonrise. The eclipse will be complete at 6.19 hrs.

The penumbral lunar eclipse will begin after 6.19 pm which will last till 7.26 pm. A penumbral eclipse has no religious significance. A few special things should be observed for auspicious works related to Diwali and Kartak Poonam due to eclipse.

How to offer Diwali on Diwali, what precautions to take on the day of eclipse, how to clean the house after lunar eclipse, what to watch out for in terms of food, know all these things in this article….

Dr. Superintendent of Ujjain’s Jivaji Vaidyashala. According to Rajendra Gupta, the lunar eclipse will begin at 2.38 pm in India. The cities around Kolkata, Kohima, Patna, Puri, Ranchi, Itanagar in the eastern part of the country will witness a total lunar eclipse and partial lunar eclipse in other areas. Where there will be a total eclipse, the moon will be red

Lunar eclipse will be visible in some cities
As for cities like Delhi, Chennai, Mumbai and Bangalore, the moon will rise only after the phase is completed there. A partial lunar eclipse will be going on at that time. The eclipse will be partially in progress at the time of moonrise in these cities.

No work should be done during eclipse

  • According to astrology do not worship during lunar eclipse
  • Keep the temple doors closed during the eclipse
  • Do not eat food during eclipse
  • Pregnant women should not eat during eclipse
  • Avoid sleeping during eclipse
  • After completion of eclipse take bath by adding Ganges water in water
  • After the eclipse is complete, sprinkle Ganga water in the house

What’s special about November’s lunar eclipse?
The last total lunar eclipse for three years will occur on November 8, 2022, with the next occurring on March 14, 2025 — though we will continue to see partial and penumbral lunar eclipses during that time.

A lunar eclipse occurs when the Sun, Earth, and Moon align so that the Moon passes into Earth’s shadow. In a total lunar eclipse, the entire Moon falls within the darkest part of Earth’s shadow, called the umbra. When the Moon is within the umbra, it will turn a reddish hue. Lunar eclipses are sometimes called “Blood Moons” because of this phenomenon

The next and final lunar eclipse of 2022 will occur on Nov. 8 and will be visible in parts of Asia, Australia, North America, parts of northern and eastern Europe, and most of South America.

The first total lunar eclipse of 2022 occurred on May 15-16 and was visible in total phase from portions of the Americas, Antarctica, Europe, Africa and the East Pacific.

Lunar eclipses occur when Earth is positioned between the sun and the moon, casting a shadow across the surface of the moon. They can only occur during a full moon and make for an interesting skywatching target.

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What makes a blood moon?
It may come as a surprise that the moon doesn’t simply darken as it enters Earth’s shadow. That’s because moonlight is usually just reflected sunlight. And while most of that sunlight is blocked during a lunar eclipse, some of it wraps around the edges of our planet — the edges that are experiencing sunrise and sunset at that moment. That filters out the shorter, bluer wavelengths and allows only redder, longer wavelengths to hit the moon.

Ancient myths deterred people from living their lives normally during a lunar eclipse before science explained the seemingly-scary phenomenon. However, some people continue to preach the dos and don’ts related to Chandra Grahan and it’s time to dispel these lies. From “don’t have sex” to “take a bath”, here are some myths Indians still believe.

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