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- Maandya lunar eclipse does not have religious significance, religious activities related to Kartik Purnima will be done.
Maandya lunar eclipse is happening on Monday, 30 November. According to Indian time, this eclipse will start at around 1:04 in the afternoon. The mid-eclipse period will remain at 3.13 pm and the madhya lunar eclipse will end at 5:22 pm. It is also known as the occult lunar eclipse and penumbral.
According to Pandit Manish Sharma, Jyotishacharya of Ujjain, there is no religious effect of any kind of lunar eclipse. It does not even have a thread. There is also Kartik Purnima on Monday. Due to the religious impact of the Maandya lunar eclipse, all auspicious deeds associated with the full moon can be done on this day. Take a bath in a holy river on the full moon, do charity and charity. Donate money to a cowshed. Do the story of Lord Satyanarayana. After the sunset, light a lamp near the basil in the house.
Which is called eclipse eclipse?
This is the mean lunar eclipse. Mandya means the action of the least. Therefore, there will be no thread about this lunar eclipse. It will not have any kind of religious effect. In this eclipse, there is a dust-like shadow of the earth ahead of the moon. These eclipses can be seen with special devices.
Maandya lunar eclipse will be seen somewhere
A lunar eclipse will be seen in North, South America, Pacific Ocean, Australia and Asia continent. This is the last lunar eclipse of 2020.
Next lunar eclipse in 2021 on May 26
According to Bhopal science broadcaster Sarika Gharu, the next lunar eclipse after November 30 will be held on May 26 in 2021. This eclipse can be seen in the continent of Asia. The next Maandya lunar eclipse will take place on 5 May in 2023. It will also be seen in India.
How is a madhya lunar eclipse
When the moon, earth and sun come in a straight line, the shadow of the earth falls on the moon. Sunlight does not reach the moon directly. This condition is called lunar eclipse. There are three types of lunar eclipses. One full lunar eclipse, second partial lunar eclipse and third maandya lunar eclipse. In a full lunar eclipse, the Sun, Earth and the Moon remain in a straight line and the Earth’s shadow completely covers the Moon. Partial eclipses cover some part of the moon with the Earth’s shadow.
In the Maandya lunar eclipse, the moon, earth and sun do not remain in a straight line. During this time, these three planets live in a line from where only a slight shadow of the Earth falls on the Moon. The lunar does not appear to move or decrease, it is called the Madya lunar eclipse.