Chandra Grahan 2020: The November lunar eclipse, also known as the Chandra Grahan, will coincide with one of the biggest Hindu festival Kartik Purnima.
The lunar eclipse (or Chandra Grahan 2020) would occur on 10th January. It will begin at 10:37 pm (India Time) and will end at 2:42 am,11th January.
The penumbral lunar eclipse or Chandra Grahan 2020 will take place today (on 5th July 2020). In India (Mumbai), the eclipse would begin from 08:37:23 am.
This year Guru Purnima falls on 5th July 2020, i.e. today. Incidentally, Lunar Eclipse (or Chandra Grahan) also falls on the same day, but this Grahan would not be visible in India.
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Lunar Eclipse 2020: This year, the Chandra Grahan will take place today, 5thJ une. Here's why it's also called the 'Strawberry Moon' Eclipse.
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