Chandra Grahan: Do’s & Don’ts To Witness The Event

Chandra Grahan: Do’s & Don’ts To Witness The Event
Chandra Grahan: Do’s & Don’ts To Witness The Event

New Delhi [India]: The last total lunar eclipse (Chandra Grahan) of the year is here. A total lunar eclipse happens when Earth blocks the rays of the sun from reaching the moon.

It is almost a year after the last total lunar eclipse (Chandra Grahan), the sight of the moon sliding into the shadows of the Earth returns and graces the sky.

Viewers in North America, Central America, most of South America, the Pacific Ocean, Australia, New Zealand, and Asia will see the Moon darken and acquire a reddish in the wee hours of Tuesday, November 8.

While Delhi will be able to see the partial lunar eclipse, people in Kolkata can see the total lunar eclipse. The Mumbaikars will also see a partial lunar eclipse and so will the Bengaluru folks. The residents of NCR, Gurugram, Chandigarh, Hyderabad, Chennai, and Srinagar will also see a partial lunar eclipse.

The actual clock times of the eclipse will depend on the applicable time zone.

Do’s and Don’ts of Lunar Eclipse”


Until there is a lunar eclipse, tulsi leaves must be added to food products.
Pray for the moon to be released from Rahu’s control soon.
Before and after the eclipse, take a holy bath to purify your body and spirit.


During a lunar eclipse, it is typically advised to stay inside and refrain from beginning any new projects or activities.

Pregnant women are strictly forbidden from going outside during a lunar eclipse, cutting or sewing any fabric, carrying sharp tools like scissors or blades, or using knives, among other activities that could harm the unborn child.

As per belief, people avoid consuming food.

Avoid watching the eclipse with your naked eyes

The events that happen during a total lunar eclipse are more complex and interesting than many people realise.


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