Chandra Grahan November 2022: Recently we saw the last solar eclipse of the year and now the last lunar eclipse of the year is going to happen in November. This eclipse will also be visible in India, hence its religious and astrological significance is considered here.
Lunar and solar eclipses are common astronomical events, but in Hinduism, it is seen by connecting it with astrology and religion. Recently, on October 25, the last solar eclipse of the year was seen in countries including India. Now the last lunar eclipse of the year (Chandra Grahan 2022) is going to happen in November. This eclipse will also be visible in India, hence its religious and astrological significance will be considered here. Know more when will be the last lunar eclipse of the year 2022 and special things related to it…
Lunar eclipse will happen on November 8 (Chandra Grahan November 2022 Date)
According to astrologers, the last solar eclipse of the year will be on the full moon of Kartik month. It is also called Dev Deepawali. This date is on Tuesday, November 8. The lunar eclipse will start from 05.32 in the evening till 06.18. The Sutak of the lunar eclipse will start from 09.21 in the morning and will continue till the eclipse ends at 06.18 in the evening.
Where will the lunar eclipse be visible? (Where will the lunar eclipse be visible)
Apart from India, the lunar eclipse on November 8 will be visible in most parts of Northern and Eastern Europe, Asia, Australia, Pacific Ocean, Indian Ocean, North America and South America. In India, this eclipse can be seen at places like Kolkata, Siliguri, Patna, Ranchi, Guwahati etc.
How many types of lunar eclipse are there? (How many types of lunar eclipse are there?)
According to astronomy, there are many types of lunar eclipses such as penumbral lunar eclipse, partial lunar eclipse and total lunar eclipse. Know more about them special things.
1. Penumbral lunar eclipse: When this lunar eclipse occurs, there is a slight blur in the light of the moon. Its eclipse is not easy to identify because it has very little effect.
2. Partial Lunar Eclipse: When the Earth does not come completely between the Sun and the Moon, only its shadow falls on the Moon, then it is called Partial Lunar Eclipse. This eclipse takes a very short time, but during this it is necessary to follow the rules of Sutak.
3. Total Lunar Eclipse: When the Earth comes completely between the Moon and the Sun, the color of the Moon changes to light red. Also, light spots are also visible on the Moon. Such an eclipse is seen very rarely.