Surya and Chandra Grahan are very important religious factors in India, when Surya Grahan or Chandra Grahan happens, our people here follow many rules. The first lunar eclipse of the year was taken place on May 05. This was a penumbral lunar eclipse. The Sutak period of this eclipse was not valid. A rare coincidence happened after 130 years on this lunar eclipse which occurs on the full moon date of the month of Vaishakh, In fact after 130 years a coincidence of both Buddha Purnima and the lunar eclipse is taking place.
Grahan List 2023
According to astronomers, the first lunar eclipse of the year will be visible in Europe, most parts of Asia, Australia, Africa, the Pacific, the Atlantic, Antarctica, and the Indian Ocean. As far as the visibility of this lunar eclipse is concerned in India, according to most astronomy experts and the calculations of the Hindu calendar, this lunar eclipse will not be visible in India. But according to time and date.com, this lunar eclipse can be seen in some parts of India. So let’s see the complete information about Surya Grahan and Chandra Grahan in 2023.
Surya Grahan and Chandra Grahan – Highlights
|Total Chandra Grahan||1 Hour 24 Minutes 28 Seconds|
|Partial Chandra Grahan||3 Hours 38 Minutes 35 Seconds|
|Penumbral Chandra Grahan||5 Hours 52 Minutes 2 Seconds|
Grahan List 2023
|1st Eclipse||Solar Eclipse||20th April 2023|
|2nd Eclipse||Lunar Eclipse||5th May 2023|
|3rd Eclipse||Solar Eclipse||14th October 2023|
|4th Eclipse||Lunar eclipse||29th October 2023|
Grahan 2023 in India Date and time
According to the scriptures, whenever a solar eclipse occurs, the Sutak period begins exactly 12 hours before it and continues until the eclipse ends. In such a situation, the Sutak period will start at 8:34 a.m. on 14th October. One should not perform puja during the Sutak period. Also, touching God is also prohibited during this period. During the Sutak period, one should be veiled in front of God. During the Sutak period, the doors of all the temples were closed for devotees. Date 28 October 2023 Ashwin Shukla Purnima, day Saturday This eclipse will be visible in India on Ashwini Nakshatra. According to Indian time, it will take place at 1:05 in the night, whose middle will be at 1:44 in the night and Moksha at 2:24 in night.
The total duration of the eclipse will be 1 hour 19 minutes. Its Sutak will start 9 hours before the eclipse, on the 28th itself, from 4:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Apart from India, it will also be visible in Australia, Europe, Africa, North-South America etc. Only one month is left in the year 2022 and after this, the new year i.e. 2023 will start. Every person is very curious about the new year and what is going to happen this year. Also, people have many questions regarding this, one of which is how many eclipses will occur in the new year and which one will occur when.
So, let us tell you that according to astrological calculations, a total of 4 eclipses will occur in the year 2023. Out of which 2 are lunar eclipse and 2 are solar eclipse. Let us know when and how many eclipses will occur in the year 2023 and what will be its Sutak period.
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FAQs About Grahan List 2023
- When second Solar eclipse take place?
Ans. May 5, 2023
- When last Chandra grahan of this tear will take place?
Ans. 29th October 2023.