Today is the second lunar eclipse of the year. The lunar eclipse will take place on July 16-17, 2019. According to sources, it has been found that it will be part and will also be visible in India. The lunar eclipse will last from 01:31 am to late 04.30 on the night of July 16. The impact of lunar eclipse will be accompanied by India in many other countries also in Australia, South America, Africa, Asia, and Europe.
This lunar eclipse will take place in Sagittarius zodiac sign in the Uttaratadhara constellation. In total, 2019 has 2 lunar eclipses. This year, the first lunar eclipse has occurred on January 21. This lunar eclipse was full; now the second and last lunar eclipse of this year is going to take place today i.e. in July.
Today is the Guru Purnima and the lunar eclipse is taking place. As we know, it seems to be the lunar eclipse for the second consecutive year on Guru Purnima. Last year, on July 27, 2018, there was a lunar eclipse on Guru Purnima only. Because earthen take place before the eclipse. Therefore, Guru Purnima will be until the program of Guru Puja before it becomes a shirt.
It is said that any kind of auspicious work will not be done during the yatak. Sources are said to be being said to be a rare yoga this time on the moon eclipse. It is believed that in the year 1870, on 12th July it was 149 years ago. At that time, when the moon was eclipsed on Guru Purnima, it was located in Sagittarius with Saturn, Ketu, and Chandra. Sun was located in Gemini with Rahu.
The position of planets at the time of eclipse: Saturn and Ketu will remain in Sagittarius with Moon during the eclipse. The effect of the eclipse will be greater. Rahu and Venus are also living with Sun The sun and the moon will remain in the four opposing planets, Venus, Saturn, Rahu, and Ketu. During this time Mars will remain low.
When this planetary plane is formed in the lunar eclipse, then stress can increase. And according to the astrologers, it is believed that the danger of earthquake will also prevail and there is also the chance of loss due to other natural disasters.
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