Chandra Grahan 2023: Last lunar eclipse of the year 2023 It’s going to happen very soon. Its signs have already started coming. However, this time’s lunar eclipse is not being said to be beneficial. In such a situation, its far reaching consequences can be seen. A solar eclipse also occurred in the same month on 14 October. In such a situation, once again the news of lunar eclipse is coming out. According to astrologers and media reports, the last lunar eclipse of the year will take place on the night of Sharad Purnima on 28-29 October. In such a situation, the lunar eclipse is going to occur in India including Atlantic Ocean, Western-South Pacific Ocean, North-Eastern parts of America including Australia.
eclipse twice in the same month
As we already told you, this time there was a solar eclipse on 14 October. Although it did not appear in India. In such a situation, once again the last lunar eclipse of the year 2023 will occur on the night of Sharad Purnima on 28-29 October. It is going to take place. In such a situation, due to the occurrence of eclipse twice in the same month, its deep impact can be seen in the future.
What is the timing of lunar eclipse?
Let us tell you that the time of lunar eclipse (Time of Chandra Grahan 2023) will start from 11.30 pm on October 28 and end at 2.24 am. While the Sutak period of the lunar eclipse is said to start 9 hours earlier i.e. at 04:05 pm on October 28 and end at 2:22 am, this time the lunar eclipse is going to be partial.
Do not do this work even by mistake during lunar eclipse
You should keep some things in mind during the lunar eclipse. During this time you should not get angry at all. The most important thing in this is that during this period, eating, drinking and worshiping is also considered prohibited. Apart from this, no new work should be started. This may spoil the work done.
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