Last lunar eclipse has special significance on Kartik Purnima

Today, the lunar eclipse is going to happen on November 30. Astrologers say that this will be the last lunar eclipse of the year. This eclipse will be a shadow eclipse on Kartik Purnima. In science, eclipse is seen as an astronomical phenomenon.

Although the lunar eclipse will not be visible in India. This lunar eclipse on the day of Kartik Purnima has increased its importance even more. Along with this, on this day of Kartik Purnima, Swarthsiddhi Yoga is also being made, which is very special on Kartik Purnima. Let’s know these special things related to Kartik Purnima and lunar eclipse.

Let us tell you that there will not be a Sutak period of this lunar eclipse. This eclipse has no religious significance. Therefore, there will be no specific rules for the worship of Pooja.

The virtuous work done in this lunar eclipse falling on the day of Kartik Purnima is manifold fruitful.

Let us tell you that the duration of lunar eclipse will be 4 hours 21 minutes. On November 30 at 1:00 pm, the lunar eclipse will be at its peak – 3:00 pm and 13:00 pm Lunar eclipse will end at 5.22pm.

Drinking water should also be avoided during lunar eclipse. If you are sick or you are pregnant, you can drink light hot water. You can drink juice by adding basil leaf. In addition, if you do not want to drink plain water, you can drink coconut water. It would be best to drink a good amount of water before the eclipse.

It is believed that special precautions should be taken during lunar eclipse, otherwise the negative effects of lunar eclipse may have to be endured. During the lunar eclipse, take special care that you and your family members should not look towards the moon at the time of lunar eclipse nor sit in the moonlight.

Do not do these 5 tasks during lunar eclipse

  • Do not cook or eat food
  • Do not wash clothes
  • Do not cut vegetables and fruits etc.
  • Do not harm anyone
  • Do not kill any creature.

This will be a shadow eclipse that cannot be seen with the eye. The last eclipse of the year will be a solar eclipse that falls on 14 December 2020.

Let us tell you that there were a total of 6 eclipses this year, out of which a lunar eclipse takes place in November and a solar eclipse in December. This will be a shadow lunar eclipse.

This time the eclipse is seen in Taurus and Rohini constellation. Therefore Taurus zodiacs need to take care a little.

The sixth and last eclipse of the year will take place as a full solar eclipse on December 14. This eclipse will also not be seen in India.

Today, this lunar eclipse will be visible only in Europe, Australia, North America, South America, Pacific and Atlantic Ocean and in some parts of Asia.

Also read in Hindi: कार्तिक पूर्णिमा के दिन अंतिम चंद्रग्रहण का है खास महत्व, आइये जानते हैं…

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