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Chandra Grahan 2022: See the first pictures of the last lunar eclipse of the year

Chandra Grahan 2022: Lunar eclipse was visible in India on Tuesday. These are the initial pictures of the lunar eclipse. Lunar eclipse has been visible in different cities of the country. Its best view is shown in the cities of eastern India. The lunar eclipse started at 5:32 pm. The total time of Chandra Grahan in India was 46 minutes. Kolkata, Siliguri, Patna, Ranchi and Guwahati are the cities where total lunar eclipse was observed. In the rest of the country i.e. North, West and South, people witnessed a partial lunar eclipse. Apart from India, other Asian countries, North America, parts of North and Eastern Europe, South America and Australia are also witnessing a lunar eclipse.

as we told you lunar eclipse These are the initial images, specially arranged for you by the team of Gadgets 360 Hindi. It is estimated that 2.7 billion people worldwide are watching this lunar eclipse. If the weather conditions in your area are hindering the viewing of the lunar eclipse, then you can watch the lunar eclipse live online by clicking on this link

In the year 2022, there were 4 eclipses in the world. 2 of these Solar Eclipse And there are 2 lunar eclipses. A solar eclipse was visible in India and a lunar eclipse is visible today. The solar eclipse took place on the next day of Diwali, whose pictures we have shown you. Today is the turn of the lunar eclipse. Lunar eclipse is the astronomical position when the Moon comes in its shadow just behind the Earth. This can happen only if the Sun, Earth and Moon are located in a straight line in this sequence.

Like the solar eclipse, the lunar eclipse also has a lot of recognition in Hinduism. The Sutak period had started a few hours before the eclipse on Tuesday. The Sutak period began at 9:21 am and ended with the end of the lunar eclipse. The sutak timings for children, the elderly and the sick were from 2:48 pm to 6:18 pm.

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