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Chandra Grahan 2021 Lunar Eclipse November 2021 Date And Time Know All Details Of Longest Lunar Eclipse

The longest lunar eclipse to be seen in 580 years – Photo : Amar Ujala

The last lunar eclipse of the year 2021 is going to take place on Friday, November 19. It is being told that the lunar eclipse on November 19 is the biggest lunar eclipse of the century. For the first time in 580 years, the longest lunar eclipse will be visible and it will be visible in some areas of Northeast India. This lunar eclipse can be seen for some time in Assam and Arunachal Pradesh of India. Apart from India, this eclipse will be visible in America, Northern Europe, East Asia, Australia and Pacific Ocean region.

Lunar eclipse is considered very important in astrology. According to the scriptures, eclipses are inauspicious. It is said that no work should be done during the eclipse. According to religious beliefs, a lunar eclipse occurs when the planets Rahu and Ketu cross the Moon. According to mythology, nectar came out during the churning of the ocean by the gods and asuras. A war broke out between the gods and the demons to get the nectar. Then Lord Vishnu took the form of Mohini and distributed nectar to the deities.

The longest lunar eclipse to be seen in 580 years – Photo : iStock


While distributing the nectar, a demon named Rahu assumed the form of a deity and drank the nectar. After consuming the nectar of Rahu, Sun and Moon recognized Rahu and informed Lord Shrihari about it. After this Lord Vishnu beheaded him. Rahu also became immortal because of drinking nectar. After this incident, he started considering Sun and Moon as his enemies. That is why from time to time he makes the Sun and the Moon his Grass. According to the scriptures, this event is called solar and lunar eclipse.

The longest lunar eclipse to be seen in 580 years – Photo : iStock

According to science, the Earth comes between the Sun and the Moon, due to which the sunlight does not fall on the Moon. This astronomical event is called a lunar eclipse. The lunar eclipse occurs only on the full moon day. Let’s know everything about the longest lunar eclipse that will take place for the first time in 580 years…

The longest lunar eclipse to be seen in 580 years – Photo : iStock

Debiprasad Duari, Director of Research and Academics at MP Birla Planetarium, has informed that Kartik Purnima (November 19, 2021) will see the longest partial lunar eclipse in 580 years for the first time.

The longest lunar eclipse to be seen in 580 years – Photo : iStock

He has told that this last lunar eclipse of the year will be visible in some areas of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh of India. Apart from India, this lunar eclipse can be seen in America, Northern Europe, East Asia, Australia and Pacific Ocean region.

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