Here is the timing of Chandra Grahan of 5 June 2020 in India. The second Chandra Grahan or Lunar Eclipse in 2020 will take place on 5 June 2020.
It is the Prachaya Chandragrahan or Penumbral lunar eclipse. In India, this Chandra Grahan will begin on just before the midnight and ends in a couple of hours. It will be visible in almost all parts of India, much of Asia, much of Europe, Australia, Africa, South America, Pacific, Atlantic, Indian Ocean, Antarctica.
As Prachchaya Chandra Grahan (Penumbral Lunar Eclipse) is not considered as Chaya Chandra Grahan (like Total Lunar Eclipse or Partial Lunar Eclipse), there is no need of following the rituals associated to Lunar Eclipse (such as for Pregnant women, children, etc.). Those who want to perform Pujas, Upasanas, etc can do according to their will and wish.
Chandra Grahan of 5 June 2020 will occur on Jyeshta Purnima (Full Moon day in Jyeshta month). Jyestha Purnima is also celebrated as Jagannath Purnima in Orissa and some parts of Bihar and Bengal. Here you can get the Astrology predictions for Chandra Grahan June 5th 2020 (For which Rasi this Grahan is beneficial and for which it will be bad or brining average results).
Detailed Timings of Penumbral Lunar Eclipse in Indian Standard Time
Prachchaya Chandra Grahan begins – 11.15 PM, 5 June 2020 – Visible in India
Maximum Eclipse – 00.55 AM, 6 June 2020 – Visible in India
Prachchaya Chandra Grahan ends – 2.35 AM, 6 June 2020 – Visible in India
Detailed Timings of Penumbral Lunar Eclipse in Universal Time (UTC)
Penumbral Lunar Eclipse begins – 5.45 PM, 5 June 2020
Maximum Eclipse – 7.55 PM, 5 June 2020
Penumbral Lunar Eclipse ends – 9.05 PM, 5 June 2020