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Lunar Eclipse November 2021: Timings to precautions, everything about the longest partial Chandra Grahan

Lunar Eclipse November 2021: A Chandra Grahan is an astronomical event during which the moon moves into the Earth's shadow. The longest partial lunar eclipse is all set to take place on Friday (November 19) and will have an impact on everyone's life. This is the reason why you should be aware about the sutak period, religious beliefs, timings, do's and don'ts and its effects here.

India TV Lifestyle Desk Written by: India TV Lifestyle Desk
New Delhi Updated on: November 18, 2021 18:58 IST
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Lunar Eclipse July 2021: Timings to precautions, everything about the longest partial Chandra Grahan

Lunar Eclipse 2021: After the last Chandra Grahan on May 26 this year, the world is set to witness this astronomical event yet again on Friday (November 19). Moreover, it will be the longest partial lunar eclipse that will take place in 580 years. For the unversed, a lunar eclipse happens when the moon moves into the Earth's shadow. During the phenomenon, the moon will likely appear red in colour and the reason behind the same are the red beams of the sunlight that passes through the Earth’s atmosphere and get deflected and fall on the moon. It will also be observed in India and will impact the lives of people. This is why you should be aware about the sutak period, religious beliefs, timings, do's and don'ts and its effects. Know everything about the same here:

Lunar Eclipse 2021: Date and Time

The longest partial lunar eclipse in 580 years will occur on November 19 and will begin at 11.32 am and end at 5.33 pm. It will be visible in India at 2.34 pm. 

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Lunar Eclipse November 2021: Precautions for pregnant ladies

  • Pregnant women should not go out of the house, because the eclipse light is not right for the child's health.
  • Other people, along with pregnant women, should not put thread in the needle.
  • Pregnant women should take special care of themselves during this period. They should not do any kind of work.
  • Bathing should also be done during sutak and when eclipse is removed, it is necessary to bathe.

Lunar Eclipse July 2021: Do's and Don'ts

  • Do not watch the lunar eclipse with naked eyes. It is advised to witness it through a telescope, binocular, or glasses as it harms the eyes.
  • Do not eat during the lunar eclipse. Also, it is advised not to eat stale food and milk after the phenomenon. If you have no other option, it is advised to keep tulsi leaves in the food dishes, especially the ones made of milk.
  • During the lunar eclipse, take the name of lord and chant mantras to minimize its effect. 
  • Never cut hair or nails during the lunar eclipse. It is considered inauspicious. Also, do not use knives, fork, or any other pointed and sharp tools.
  • Donating food and clothes is considered auspicious after the lunar eclipse. 

 

 

 

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