The longest lunar eclipse of the century ended, the world saw ‘blood moon’.
The lunar eclipse, which is called the longest lunar eclipse of the century, is now over. During eclipse, people from all over the world, including all the regions of India, saw the moon changing momentarily and changing colors. As the Moon continued in the Earth’s oat, its color remained red. That’s why this eclipse was also called ‘Blood Moon’. Chandra and Sun eclipse are not considered sacred in Hinduism, therefore, there is no worship during the eclipse. However, during the eclipse period, it is believed to read Gayatri Mantras and Sukta Mantras.
Apart from this, bathing in the river during eclipse is also considered auspicious. On Friday night, people, including Varanasi, Haridwar, plunge into the Ganges and other rivers in all the pilgrimage towns of the country. On Friday afternoon the valves of all the big temples of the country were closed. With the eclipse ending, it is possible to worship every day on Saturday as usual.
The moon-eclipse began on Friday night at 11:54. After this, the phase of the complete lunar eclipse began at 1 a.m. The full moon eclipse ends at 2.43 a.m. After this, partial lunar eclipse ends at 3.49 in the final phase. Now the next lunar eclipse will take place on January 21, 2019, which will remain for 1 hour and 2 minutes. The longest lunar eclipse in the last century was lying on July 16, 2000, which lasted for 1 hour and 47 minutes.
Friday afternoon the closure of the temples was
With the help of a shirt, Kashi Vishwanath, including the shrine of temples in the country, was closed on noon. After the Mangal Aarti on the first day of Sawan on the first day of Sawan, the devotees and artisans will get an opportunity to visit Baba and perform Jalabhishek on the opening of the gate of Kashi Vishwanath. The kapat of the sankat Mochan Mandir was closed at 12.30 pm only after the arti.