Chandra Grahan 2019 | Lunar Eclipses in 2019

In 2019, Chandra Grahan takes place for two times – first one is in January (Total Lunar Eclipse – Sampurna Chandra Grahanam) and second one in July 2019 (Partial Lunar Eclipse – Pakshik Chandra Grahan).

What is Chandra Grahan and how it occurs?

Chandra Grahan (Lunar Eclipse) is a stage of Moons cycle, where the Earth comes between the Moon and the Sun. Read more here on how chandragrahan takes place..

Effects of Lunar Eclipse

Usually, the Lunar Eclipse has been quoted as a bad omen. As per the Hindu astrology or mythology, Moon administrates the personal and domestic issues – the social and psychological behavior. Read more about the effects of Lunar Eclipse here..

Total Lunar Eclipse on 20-21 January 2019 (Sampurna Chandra Grahan)

The Total lunar eclipse of 20-21 January 2019 falls on Paush Purnima, the Full Moon day in Paush Month, as per Hindu calendars.

This Purna Chandra Grahan will be visible in North and South America, and western parts of Europe and Africa. Central and eastern Africa, Europe, and Asia will see a partial eclipse of the Moon.

Since this Sampurna Chandra Grahanam will not be visible in India, the rituals associated with Chandra Grahan can be avoided.

Partial Lunar Eclipse on 16-17 July 2019 (Pakshik Chandra Grahan)

The Partial lunar eclipse of 16-17 July 2019 falls on Ashada Purnima, the Full Moon day in Ashada Month, as per Hindu calendars.

This Purna Chandra Grahanam will be visible in Much of Europe, Much of Asia, Australia, Africa, South/East North America, South America, Pacific, Atlantic, Indian Ocean, Antarctica..

Since this Pakshika Chandra Grahanam will be visible in India all the rituals associated with Chandra Grahan can be followed.

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Lunar Eclipse in 2018

Total Lunar Eclipse on 31 January 2018 (Sampurna Chandra Grahan)

The Penumbral lunar eclipse of 31 January 2018 falls on Magha Purnima, the Full Moon day in Magha Month, as per Hindu calendars.

This Purna Chandra Grahan will be visible in USA, Mexico, Singapore, Bangladesh, India, Japan, China, Indonesia, Myanmar, Australia, South Korea, Philippines, Russia and many more countries.

Since this Sampurna Chandra Grahanam will be visible in India all the rituals associated with Chandra Grahan can be followed.

Total Lunar Eclipse on 27|28 July 2018 (Purna Chandra Grahan)

The Total lunar eclipse of 27|28 July 2018 falls on Ashada Purnima, the Full Moon day in Ashada Month, as per Hindu calendars.

This Purna Chandra Grahanam will be visible in Japan, Belgium, Portugal, United Kingdom, Hungary, Egypt, Turkey, Indonesia, Greece, Italy, Myanmar, Spain, Australia, France, Russia, China, Brazil, Argentina, Pakistan, Bangladesh and India.

Since this Sampurna Chandra Grahanam will be visible in India all the rituals associated with Chandra Grahan can be followed.

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