Lunar Eclipse 2023: While the last solar eclipse of the year took place before Sharadiya Navratri, the last lunar eclipse of the year after Dussehra is also going to happen. This last lunar eclipse will occur on the day of the autumn full moon. Thus, the month of October is very special from the point of view of festivals and eclipses. According to Panchang, the last lunar eclipse of the year will be on the full moon tithi of the month of Ashwin.
Astrologer Dr. Anish Vyas said that the solar eclipse will begin at 01:05 midnight on October 28 in India. The eclipse will continue till 02:24 midnight. Lunar eclipse sutak starts exactly 9 hours before the eclipse begins and ends as soon as the eclipse ends. Donation during a lunar eclipse has special significance. If done according to the horoscope during this time, the effect of many errors in the horoscope can be reduced. The lunar eclipse occurring on October 28 will be visible in India, due to which its Sutak period will be valid.
According to astrologer, this lunar eclipse is in Ashwini Nakshatra and Aries. Those born under Ashwini Nakshatra and Aries will have special inauspicious results and danger of accidents. Due to lunar eclipse in the month of Ashwin, there will be danger of loss of property due to nature’s fury, famine, earthquake etc. Along with this, the prices of iron, crude oil and red colored goods may increase. Disagreement among the rulers may add to the pain and suffering of doctors, physicians and businessmen. Countries like China, Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan etc. are likely to experience more unrest, fear and earthquakes. According to religious beliefs, any kind of auspicious work or worship is prohibited during Sutak. Many special precautions are taken during the eclipse. Pregnant women should not watch the eclipse, after the eclipse they should give alms, take bath and chant the mantra of their favorite deity.
Where can you see the lunar eclipse?
The astrologer said, apart from India, the last lunar eclipse of the year will be seen in Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bhutan, Mongolia, China, Iran, Russia, Kazakhstan, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Iraq, Turkey. Algeria, Germany, Poland, Nigeria. Also seen in South Africa, Italy, Ukraine, France, Norway, Britain, Spain, Sweden, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Australia, Japan and Indonesia. India Delhi, Guwahati, Jaipur, Jammu, Kolhapur, Kolkata and Lucknow, Madurai, Mumbai, Nagpur, Patna, Raipur, Rajkot, Ranchi, Shimla, Silchar, Udaipur, Ujjain, Vadodara, Varanasi, Prayagraj, Chennai, Haridwar, Lunar Eclipse. It will be visible in many cities including Dwarka, Mathura, Hisar, Bareilly, Kanpur, Agra, Rewari, Ajmer, Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Bengaluru Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Chandigarh, Dehradun, Ludhiana.
When will you see the lunar eclipse?
The astrologer said that according to Indian time, this last eclipse of the year will begin at 01:05 midnight on Saturday, October 28 and end at 02:24 midnight. The Sutak episode will begin on Saturday, October 28 at 4:05 PM.
According to astrologer, this lunar eclipse is in Ashwini Nakshatra and Aries. Those born under Ashwini Nakshatra and Aries will have special inauspicious results and danger of accidents.
- Eclipse starts at:- 01:05 midnight
- Central Eclipse :- 01:44 midnight
- Eclipse ends at :- 02:24 midnight
- Duration of intake:- 01 hour 19 minutes
The astrologer said that according to Vedic astrology, whenever an eclipse occurs, it has auspicious and inauspicious effects on people of all zodiac signs. The year-end lunar eclipse on 28 October 2023 will prove to be beneficial for Taurus, Gemini, Virgo, Sagittarius and Capricorn natives. The unfinished business of this zodiac sign will be completed soon. Respect will increase. There may be sudden financial gains. There will be success at work. Job seekers have the possibility of promotion and salary increase. Those who do business can get good things. There is also possibility of gain from ancestral property. People born under this sign will win in legal matters.
Fear of natural disasters
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