Lunar eclipse will be visible here
The lunar eclipse occurring on Sharad Purnima will be visible in most parts of Asia, Australia, Europe, North America, South America including India and also from the Indian Ocean, Pacific, Atlantic, Arctic and Antarctica.
negative effect of lunar eclipse
The negative impact of the lunar eclipse will be greater especially in those places where the eclipse will be visible. This eclipse is going to occur on Aries and Ashwini Nakshatra. Due to which this eclipse can also give inauspicious effects for people with Aries zodiac sign.
How long will the lunar eclipse last?
The lunar eclipse will occur on October 28 at 1:06 pm, while Moksha will occur at 2:22 pm. The duration of this eclipse will be 01 hour 16 minutes.
When will the last lunar eclipse of the year occur?
The last lunar eclipse of the year is going to occur on 28 October 2023. Khandagras lunar eclipse will be visible in India. Apart from this, this eclipse will also be visible in the Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean, Western and Southern Pacific Ocean, Africa, Europe, Asia, Australia, Eastern Northern part of South America.
Do these things after the lunar eclipse ends
The rays emitted during a lunar eclipse also have a negative effect on humans. In such a situation, one must take bath after the eclipse is over. If possible, take bath by adding a little Ganga water to the bath water.
After the end of the eclipse, sprinkle Ganga water in the entire house. Also, sprinkle Ganga water near and inside the worship place of the house. This removes negativity and the house becomes pure.
According to religious belief, feed bread to the cow to avoid the ill effects of the eclipse.
Make sure to donate something after the eclipse is over.
Time of Chandra Grahan 2023
In the year 2023, the time of eclipse will be from 1:06 in the night to 2:22 in the night.
The total duration of the lunar eclipse will be 1 hour 16 minutes.
The last lunar eclipse in the year 2023 will take place on the Sharad Purnima day of Ashwin month.
Time of Lunar Eclipse Sutak Kaal (Chandra Grahan Sutak Kaal)
The Sutak period of the lunar eclipse that will occur in the year 2023 will start from 3:15 pm.
The Sutak period will end at 2:22 pm.
Do not do this work even by mistake during lunar eclipse
One should avoid cooking and eating food during lunar eclipse. No worship of any kind should be done during this period. One should not sleep during lunar eclipse. Pregnant women should not go out of the house during this period. Also, do not use knife or scissors. You should also not use it. You should also avoid touching trees and plants during the lunar eclipse.
Will the last lunar eclipse of the year be visible in India also?
This time the last lunar eclipse of the year will be visible in India also. Before this, the first lunar eclipse of the year 2023 took place on 5th May, on the day of Vaishakh Purnima. This lunar eclipse was seen in many parts of the world, but this eclipse was not visible in India. Had given.
Lunar eclipse will occur in Ashwini Nakshatra and Aries
Astrologer told that this lunar eclipse is happening in Ashwini Nakshatra and Aries. There will be special inauspicious results and fear of accidents for people born in Ashwini Nakshatra and Aries.
When will the lunar eclipse be visible?
Astrologer told that according to Indian time, this last eclipse of the year will start at 01:05 midnight on Saturday, October 28 and will end at 02:24 midnight. On Saturday 28th October, Sutak period will start from 4:05 pm.
When will the lunar eclipse occur? (Lunar eclipse 2023 visibility in India)
Khandagras lunar eclipse which will occur on Saturday, October 28 will be visible in India. Apart from this, this eclipse will also be visible in the Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean, Western and Southern Pacific Ocean, Africa, Europe, Asia, Australia, Eastern Northern part of South America. This solar eclipse will take place in Ashwini Nakshatra and Aries.