Chandra Grahan 2020: The third lunar eclipse of this year (Lunar Eclipse) is going to happen tomorrow i.e. July 5. Sutak Kaal will not be valid in this eclipse period. It will appear in parts of South Asia, America, Europe, and Australia. Let us tell you that in the year 2020, there will be a total of 6 eclipses. Out of this, two lunar eclipses (10 January, 5 June) and one solar eclipse (21 June) have already taken place. In the coming time, there will be two lunar eclipses and one solar eclipse. A lunar eclipse is seen on July 5, but this eclipse will not be visible in India. However, take care of many things on this day.
Where will the lunar eclipse be seen
On July 5, the lunar eclipse will be seen in the countries of Australia, America, and Europe. This lunar eclipse will not be visible in India, due to which its Sutak period will not be valid. Any kind of auspicious work can be done in it. The lunar eclipse will start from 8:38 am on the morning of 5 July and its salvation time will be 11 to 21 minutes. This should be a lunar eclipse in which no change of any kind will be seen in the shape of the moon.
The lunar eclipse has a direct impact on the mind
The effect of lunar eclipse directly affects one’s mind. Along with this, it also affects the mother. In astrology, a lunar eclipse is considered a factor of mind and mother. Therefore, people whose moon is in the afflicted state should take measures for the peace of the lunar planet during the eclipse. At this time meditation is the best way to concentrate the mind.
July 5, lunar eclipse time
First Touch of Penitentiary: 08:38 am
Paramgrass lunar eclipse: 09:59 am
Last touch from penitentiary: 11:21 am
Eclipse duration: 02 hours 43 minutes 24 seconds
What to do on Guru Purnima and lunar eclipse
The festival of Guru Purnima is celebrated every year on the full moon date of Ashadh month. This time also, like last year, the lunar eclipse is being felt on Guru Purnima. There is a tradition of Guru Pujan on Guru Purnima. The story and mantras of Lord Satyanarayana should be chanted on the full moon date. Donations and Ganga Snan are also performed on the full moon date.
Take these easy steps to avoid the inauspicious effects of the eclipse
Tomorrow’s lunar is not effective. But to destroy the inauspicious effects of the lunar eclipse, wake up early the next morning and take a bath. After the lunar eclipse after the bath, donate rice and white sesame and take blessings of the elders from yourself. This simple solution will free you from the inauspicious effects of the eclipse.
What happens lunar eclipse
According to astrology, eclipses occur every year. Their number is at least four and the maximum is 6. An eclipse is an astronomical event. It is a matter of knowing that Earth, Moon, and Sun also move. Eclipse is a normal astronomical event. One can understand the eclipse in such a way that a ‘lunar eclipse’ occurs when the Earth comes between the Moon and the Sun. At the same time, there is a ‘solar eclipse’ when the Moon comes between the Earth and the Sun. A solar eclipse always falls on Amavasya and lunar eclipse full moon day. Right now, there is a difference of 4 lakh km between the Earth and the Moon and they are moving in their respective orbits. The Moon revolves at a distance of three lakh kilometers.
Sutak period will not be valid
In this lunar eclipse tomorrow i.e. July 5, the Sutak period will not be valid, that is, no auspicious work of any kind will be prohibited. Pooja lessons and food-related work can be done. But still, it is important to exercise restraint and follow the rules. The sub shadow lunar eclipse will take place on July 05. It will be visible in parts of South Asia including India, the US, Europe, and Australia. The fourth sub-shadow lunar eclipse will be seen on November 30, it will be seen in Asia, Australia, Pacific Ocean, parts of America. Sutak period will not be valid in all these sub shadow eclipses.
The full lunar eclipse will be seen in 2025
If we believe in astrology, the complete lunar eclipse will be seen on 7 September 2025. By the way, normally 4 eclipses take place in a year. There are two solar eclipses and two lunar eclipses, but sometimes more than this happens. In 2024, 3 lunar eclipses and two solar eclipses will occur. The year 2029 will be very special, then there will be a chance to see 4 solar eclipses and two lunar eclipses.