Lunar eclipse: moon will look like red tassel, good for these amounts

Bhopal. After the 104th year, the largest lunar eclipse of the century is going to take place. This second eclipse of the year falling on the night of Guru Purnima will be seen throughout the country. Its duration will be about 3 hours and 55 minutes. This type of Khadras moon eclipse was earlier in 1914, which was seen in many other countries including India.चंद्र ग्रहण : लाल तस्तरी जैसा दिखाई देगा चांद, इन राशियों के लिए रहेगा अच्छा
Lunar eclipse will start from July 27 at 2.54 pm, which ends on July 28 with sunrise. Eclipse touch will remain at 11.54 pm, at midnight 1.52 pm, Salvation will be at 3.49 pm and festival time will be from 3.50am to 6pm. After the eclipse at 6 o'clock, worship will be offered along with bathing.
According to Pt. Ramjiwan Dubey of Mom Chamunda Durbar, on 27th July this Khadra lunar excavation will look like a red tassel. This eclipse will be seen throughout India as well as in other Asian countries in Europe, Australia, Africa, South America, Pacific, Hind and Atlantic continents.
Auspicious for lion, scorpio
According to Pt. Dubey, according to astrology, Ketu and Moon will be dominated by Capricorn in transit. Rahu will have a full-fledged vision relationship which is considered to be a symbol of inauspiciousness. Due to the lunar eclipse, the fears of earthquake, tsunami and other natural disasters arise. At the same time, this eclipse is being described as shocking for the Shravan Nakshatra and Makar, Gemini, Libra and Aquarius people. At the same time, Taurus, Cancer, Virgo and Sagittarius will provide auspicious results to the medium and the Aries, Leo, Scorpio and Pisces. It is auspicious to worship devotional God and chant the gurmantra and read religious texts on this day.
26 days before due to the soot, Guru Purnima will be celebrated
Guru Purnima will be celebrated for 2 days this year. Pt. Ramjiwan Dubey told that due to the presence of the utensils, Guru Purnima will be celebrated on 26th July on some days before some places. Because on the night of July 26, the full moon day will be entered at 10.21 am, but the walls of the temples will be closed as soon as the utensils are lifted and refreshments and food are prohibited. Jagaran, Bhandara, worship in the night-temples, and worshiping the worshipers can not be considered as any blame to celebrate Guru Purnima before one day.
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