Lunar Eclipse 2019: The moon eclipse on July 16 (Chandra Grahan) will be visible throughout India. Worldwide, this eclipse will be visible in most parts of Asia, Europe, Australia, and South America.
Tonight the lunar eclipse will be seen. It will be partial Lunar Eclipse which can be seen throughout the country. According to Indian time, this eclipse (Grahan) will start on 1st July at 31 minutes on the night of July 16 and will end on July 17 at 4:30 pm.
The partial lunar eclipse (Chandra Grahan) occurs when the earth rotates between the sun and the moon, but the three are not in a straight line. This lunar eclipse will be visible throughout India as there will be night here. Guru Purnima on the day of the lunar eclipse(Guru Purnima) is also there.
According to Hindu beliefs, Maharshi Vaish Vyas (Ved Vyas) was born on the day of the full moon of the Ashadh Shukla Paksha, adi guru, the composer of Mahabharata and Lecturer of the four Vedas, Maharshi Krishna Dwaipayan Vyas. Guru Purnima will be worshiped before the Yutak period due to Eclipse in 2019.
Let us tell you that after the partial lunar eclipse on July 16, the last assumption of 2019 and the third solar eclipse will be on December 26, which can be seen in India. On December 26, the annular Solar Eclipse will be the solar eclipse.
Here we are talking about the answers to the important questions related to this part:
How is this lunar eclipse?
This is the last partial lunar eclipse of the year 2019. This time the partial lunar eclipse will take place on July 16.
What happens to partial lunar eclipse?
The partial lunar eclipse (Chandra Grahan) occurs when the earth rotates between the sun and the moon, but the three 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.
In which countries will the lunar eclipse appear?
This lunar eclipse will be visible throughout India. Worldwide, this eclipse will be visible in most parts of Asia, Europe, Australia, and South America.
Where in India will lunar eclipse?
This lunar eclipse can be seen throughout India. But in the eastern region of the country, Bihar, Assam, Bengal, and Orissa will be the moon in the period of eclipse.
At what time will partial lunar eclipse appear?
The lunar eclipse will be a total of 2 hours and 59 minutes. According to Indian time, the lunar eclipse will start on 1st July at 31 minutes on July 16 and will end on July 17 at 4:30 pm. On this day, the moon will rise in the entire country from 6 a.m. to 7.00 45 minutes, hence it can be seen across the country.
How can you see this eclipse?
No special caution is needed to see the lunar eclipse. The lunar eclipse is completely safe so you can see it with the naked eye. If you see the lunar eclipse with the help of telescope you will see a very beautiful look.
When will the eclipse beetle take?
According to the rules of the scriptures, the sunlight of the moon eclipse begins nine hours before the eclipse. Accordingly, the spinach will begin on July 16 from the evening of 4 o’clock and 31 minutes. In such a way, before the beginning of the Yatuk period, worship the Guru full moon worship. Pooja is not performed during the Yutak period.
The curtains of the temples will also be closed as the cotton yarn takes its time.
The eclipse period begins:
the middle of the Eclipse period on the 1st of July 16th: 3 o’clock 1 minute on the morning of July 17th, the conception of
eclipse that is the closing: the morning of July 17 at 4:30 pm
What are the measures to avoid the adverse effects of the eclipse?
Although there are scientific reasons behind the eclipse, eclipsing in religious beliefs has special significance. The eclipse period is considered inauspicious. No religious work is done during this period due to the soot.
Those who believe in religious beliefs can read Shiv Chalisa at the time of the eclipse. As well as after the eclipse ends, the house is purified with the Ganges water. Then there is the law of giving charity – Dakshina by worshiping.