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Chandra Grahan 2022:
The last lunar eclipse of the year 2022 is going to happen on Tuesday, 8 November. This eclipse is going to happen on Kartik Purnima. In this process, the moon will enter the darkest part of the Earth’s shadow, due to which the color of the moon will become red. Which is named Blood Moon. Although lunar eclipse is an astronomical event, a lot of things have been said about this eclipse in Vedic religion and because of this, it is necessary to take care of many things during the eclipse. Let us tell you that this time this eclipse will take place in Aries and Bharani Nakshatra.
According to Indian time, the lunar eclipse will start from around 5:32 pm on November 8 and will last till 7.27 pm. This eclipse can be visible in the Asian islands, South/East Europe, Australia, North and South America, Pacific Atlantic and Indian Ocean.
Let us know in detail that in which parts of India this eclipse will be visible for how long.
A partial lunar eclipse will be visible in the capital. It will start from 05:28 in the evening till 07:26 in the evening.
In Kolkata, the capital of West Bengal, this lunar eclipse will start at 04:55 pm, people here will be able to see the total lunar eclipse, it will end at 07:26 in the evening.
The country’s financial capital Mumbai will see a partial lunar eclipse, which will start at 06:04 in Mumbai and end at 07:26 in the evening.
ITCity Bengaluru will witness a partial lunar eclipse, which will start from 05:49 PM and end at 07:26 PM.
Noida, adjacent to Delhi, will also see a partial lunar eclipse, which will start at 05:30 pm and will end at 07:26 pm.
Haryana’s Gurugram will also witness a partial lunar eclipse, which will start at around 05:33 pm.
Chandigarh: The capital of Punjab-Haryana will witness a partial lunar eclipse which will be visible in its brightest color at 05:30 pm.
The lunar eclipse in the capital of Telangana can be seen in Hyderabad at 05:43 PM. Here too it will be partially visible.
In the capital of Tamil Nadu, the eclipse will be partial, which will start from 05:42 pm and end at 07:26 pm.
Here too only a partial eclipse will be seen, which will start from 05:31 in the evening and end at 07:26 in the evening.
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Story first published: Monday, November 7, 2022, 16:12 [IST]