When is Karthika Pournami in 2021? When is the Lunar Eclipse in 2021 November?

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When is Karthika Pournami in 2021? When is the Lunar Eclipse in 2021 November?

It is well known that Hindus consider the Karthika Month to be the holiest month. Priests and Gurus say that Kartikam is equivalent to Shivaratri. Puranas says it that the day on which Lord Shiva performed Thandavam on the occasion of the end of a thousand years of Asura rule is celebrated as the Karthika Pournami. Fasting, meditation, chanting and donations during the month of Kartik bring good results.

When is Karthika Pournami in 2021? When should the Karthika Pournami be celebrated this year? November 18, 2021 What to do? November 19, 2021 What to do? When is the lunar eclipse 2021? Let's find out what effect any pile has on them and what precautions should be taken.

Karthika Pournami Date and Tithi Time

Date Friday, November 19, 2021
Tithi Purnima (Karthika Purnima)
Tithi Time 12:01 PM, Nov 18 2021 - Ends 02:27 PM, Nov 19 2021

Karthika Pournami Date and Tithi Time

Date Friday, November 19, 2021
Tithi Purnima (Karthika Purnima)
Tithi Time 12:01 PM, Nov 18 2021 - Ends 02:27 PM, Nov 19 2021

Karthika Pournami is a beloved day for Sivakeshavas. Since there are 365 days in a year on the Pournami of Karthika, 365 accents are added and those accents are placed in cow ghee and lit not near the tulsi tree but near the temple, giving the virtue of lighting the lamps throughout the year. If we light the lamps on Karthika full moon day all the sins we have committed in the past will be removed.

  • Tulsi vratham, 365 wick lamp, one lakh wick lamp worship should be done on the night of the 18th November 2021.
  • Fasting, anointing, donation to Brahmins. Lamp donation, archanas, Usiri lamp donation should be done on the 19th November 2021
  • Since the artificial star is on the night of November 19th, the artificial star lights should be lit on the night of the 19th November 2021.

Lunar Eclipse in 2021 November

Lunar Eclipse in 2021 November Map

 

On this full moon day, November 19, there is a lunar eclipse

Date:
19th November 2021, Friday
Time:
Begin at 12:45 PM - End at 04:17 PM

First Contact with the Penumbra - 11:34 AM

First Contact with the Umbra - 12:50 PM Maximum of Lunar Eclipse - 02:33 PM

Last Contact with the Umbra - 04:17 PM Last Contact with the Penumbra - 05:33 PM

Duration of Partial Phase - 03 Hours 26 Mins 44 Secs

Duration of Penumbral Phase - 05 Hours 59 Mins 07 Secs

Magnitude of Lunar Eclipse - 0.97

Magnitude of Penumbral Lunar Eclipse - 2.07

Sutak Begins - Not Applicable

Sutak Ends - Not Applicable

Visible Places:
Much of Europe, much of Asia, Australia, North Africa, West Africa, North America, South America, Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean, and the Arctic
Visible Places In India:
Assam, Arunachal Pradesh

Rules to follow during a lunar eclipse:

In India, it has no lunar eclipse effect, especially in our Telugu States. So there is no need to take any precautions. Your children, relatives and friends who are in areas where the eclipse is visible should be taken precautions.

  • For household items, such as food, the lunar eclipse should not be affected by the eclipse garika(A kind of grass) should be placed everywhere.
  • Even in the temple of God one should keep that garika(A kind of grass) and worship God.
  • Divine prayer should be offered at the time of eclipse.
  • It is better not to eat anything during the eclipse.
  • Do not sleep until the eclipse is over.
  • Pregnant women should not go anywhere during the eclipse. Even at home, lie down without moving.
  • The house should be cleaned after leaving the eclipse. Then take a bath.
  • This eclipse will occur on the full moon day in Taurus and Kritika stars. Therefore, people born in this zodiac are more likely to have this perceptual effect.