Chandra Grahan 2020 Date: People of the year 2020 were eagerly waiting, Just as we all wait for the festival, we know about its date, in the same way, we also pay full attention to how the eclipse will be felt. Today we have brought for you the date of the first lunar eclipse of the year 2020 and complete information about the time of lunar eclipse and the time of Sutak period.
Apart from India, this eclipse will also be seen in Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia. This year on 10th January 2020, a total of 6 eclipses are due in the coming year 2020. There are three lunar eclipses and two solar eclipses. 2020 will be the last solar eclipse in December.
Learn about the time of lunar eclipse and Sutak
Let us tell you that every lunar eclipse will be a shadow eclipse this year. In which the moon will not hide completely, nor will the black shadow of the moon fall on the earth. On January 10, Paush Purnima is also happening. Therefore it will be auspicious to take a bath after eclipse. Apart from India, it will also be seen in countries like Australia, Europe, Asia and Africa.
Let us tell you that the sutak starts about 12 hours before the eclipse. But this time there will not be a Sutak period. If you ask any almanac or any astrologer, it will tell that the shadow lunar eclipse is not placed in the category of eclipse in the scriptures. Due to which the eclipse period will not take place. Doors of the temples should be closed due to the absence of the Sutak period and worship will not be prohibited. On this day, you can stay the normal day.
Know about the shadow lunar eclipse
At the time of lunar eclipse, the moon first enters on the shadow of earth. Which is called ‘Chandra Malinya’. After this, the Moon enters the earth’s real shadow ‘Bhubha’. Which is considered an actual lunar eclipse. But many times it happens that the moon enters the shadow and exits the shadow and cannot enter the earth. Due to this, only one image of the moon is blurred during the shadow. Which cannot be seen in the normal way. Therefore, it is called a shadow lunar eclipse.