The second lunar eclipse of the year occurred in India at 1:32 p.m. Tuesday, which was observed as of 4:30 a.m. This was the last lunar eclipse of the year. It was the partial lunar eclipse. This lunar eclipse was special because 149 years later, the full moon of the month of Ashadha, that is, the night of Guru Purnima, began to eclipse the moon. The coincidence was very special, which many may have seen. We're going to tell you what it was like in different countries.
According to Hindu beliefs, on the day of the full moon of the Ashadha Shukla side, Adiguru, the creator of the Mahabharata and the four Vedas, Maharshi Krishna Dvayan Vyas, maharishi Ved Vyas, was born. Guru Purnima was worshipped before the Sutak period due to the eclipse. After the partial lunar eclipse on July 16, the last eclipse of 2019 and the third solar eclipse will take place on December 26, which can be seen in India. On December 26, the annular Solar Eclipse will be a solar eclipse, experts said.
Delhi: Partial , as seen in the cloudy skies of Delhi. The partial eclipse began at 1.31 AM.— ANI (@ANI)
This partial lunar eclipse was observed at different times in most parts of India, Australia, Africa, Europe and America. The lunar eclipse began exactly 9 hours before 4:30 p.m. As a result, all the major temples in the country, including Char Dham, were closed at 4:00 p.m. So let's see the amazing pictures of the lunar eclipse that country abroad.
In Italy, the lunar eclipse is also visible.
This amazing view is from France.
Something in Croatia was this lunar eclipse view
The view of the lunar eclipse in Australia was something like that.
In Mumbai too, a large number of people gathered to witness the spectacular view of the lunar eclipse.
Apart from Mumbai, Jaipur, Lucknow, Kolkata and Bhopal also saw eagerness to witness the lunar eclipse.