The last lunar eclipse of the year ended: There was an effect of total lunar eclipse in 6 cities of India; Blood Moon seen in New York and Sydney
In India, the eclipse that started at 4.23 pm on Tuesday ended at 6.19 pm.
The last lunar eclipse of the year is over. In India, the eclipse that started at 4.23 pm on Tuesday ended at 6.19 pm. That is, overall its effect was only 1 hour 56 minutes. With this, the doors of the temples were opened across the country and the aarti and worship started duly. People also performed purification in their homes.
Moonrise with a total eclipse was first seen in Itanagar, the capital of Arunachal Pradesh in India. The partial lunar eclipse began at 5.28 pm in Delhi and 6.01 pm in Mumbai. It ended at 6.19. Apart from this, a total lunar eclipse was observed in six cities of the country - Kolkata, Kohima, Patna, Puri, Ranchi, and Itanagar, while it had a partial effect on the rest of India.
There will be a total of four eclipses in 2023. Of these, two solar eclipses will occur on April 20 and October 14, and two lunar eclipses on May 5 and October 28. However, next year only a partial lunar eclipse will be visible in the country, which will happen on October 28, on Sharad Purnima. There will be no religious belief in the lunar eclipse falling on May 5, 2023. The next total lunar eclipse will occur on 7 September 2025, which will be visible in India.