Shree Ganeshai Namah

 

 

 

 

 

 

Namaskar,

 

In light of everything that is happening in the world, we hope you and your family are keeping safe and healthy. Please look after yourselves in these difficult and testing times.

Our prayers are with you all and may we get through this difficult times together.

Stay safe and healthy.

 

Navaratri Celebration 2020 - Update 

 

Jai Mataji,

 

Due to the current Government Guidelines regarding the Covid-19 pandemic, we regret to inform you that Navaratri will not take place at The Heathland School this year.

 

We are looking into a possibility of celebrating via Zoom. We will provide more information nearer the time.

 

This year Navaratri Starts on Saturday, 17 October 2020 until Saturday 24 October 2020.

Mahashatmi - Friday, 23 October 2020

Mahanavmi - Saturday, 24 October 2020

(Note - On 24th October 2020 after Midnight (2:00 am 25th Oct.) clocks go back 1 hour, the time changes from BST to GMT).

Dashera, Vijya Dashmi - Sunday, 25 October 2020

Sharad Purnima will be on Saturday, 31 October 2020

 

 

 

Introduction

 

The Hindu festivals, fasts, rituals, holy baths and the observance of sacred days are part and parcel of the great cultural heritage. They are religious and social and a great source of spiritual and moral enrichment. They also lend zest, variety, colour and grandeur to an otherwise insipid, routine and care-worn day-to–day human existence. The Hindu festivals are more than what they appear to be. They are essentially a way of living and thinking in the course of existence, and as such bring their whole right to bear on the individual and the society.

 

Unlike the deities of the Hindu pantheon, the festivals are numerous and frequent, but basically religious, psychological and intimately connected with the changes of seasons, though many of them have lost the history of their origin in the mists of hoary past. With passage of time they have undergone a process of transformation and evolution and many new festivals have been grafted upon the old ones.

 

A Hindu festival is, in fact, something more than a ‘festival’. It is cathartic in nature, and as a means of purification strengthens the spirit within. Their goal is to find enjoyment through renunciation and self-denial. They are more of an exploration of the colourful things of life, without being bound to or obsessed by them.

 

Shraddh

Shraddh days from Wednesday, 2 September 2020 to Wednesday, 16 September 2020

We all come into this world by virtue of our ancestors. Many of us enjoy our position in society and material benefits associated with it because of the achievements of our ancestors. The moment a human is born, they get connected with a life cycle and death is an ultimate truth (Garud Puran Chapter 11 Para 6).

 

According to Hinduism there are several practices and traditions that are being followed during one’s lifetime. During the lifetime one has to fulfil the 3 types of debts which are Dev Runa, Rishi Runa and Pitra Runa. The Pitru Runa is paid off during ‘Shraddh Paksha’ (Pitru Paksha). In Hindu calendar, Shraddh Paksha is the period of 16 lunar days that fall in the month of Bhadrapad. During this time Hindus pay tribute by following certain rituals (donation of food and water) in order to bring peace to the soul of their ancestors.

 

There is a story related to Shraddh Paksha. When the great warrior Karna died during the war of Mahabharat, his soul went to heaven. There he was served gold and jewellery as food. Karna was puzzled and decided to ask Lord Indra, to which Lord Indra explained, while you were on earth, you only donated jewellery (Gold, Silver & Gems) and never donated any food and therefore we have served you a plate full of jewellery as your meal.

Karna was unaware of this practice and he apologised to Indra and asked for a chance to return to Earth for rectifying his mistake. Lord Indra accepted his request and sent him back to Earth for 15 days. Hence these 15 days are known as the period Shraddh Paksha.

 

Pitra Paksha or Mahalay is the time to express our gratitude to our deceased elders.

During this period, the ancestors are worshipped and every effort is made to satisfy their wishes so that they rest in peace for the rest of the year.

 

On each day of the fortnight, special offerings are made to the ancestors whose lunar date of death corresponds to that particular day. Favourite food items of the departed person are specially prepared and offered after performing a puja. A small portion of the food is also offered to the crow that is considered as a connection between the world of the living and the world of the dead. Round balls of rice and flour, called pinda, are also offered, along with the sacred kusha grass and flowers, amidst sprinkling of water and chanting of mantras from the Sam Veda.

 

The Shraddh rituals performed during Pitru Paksha are not funeral ceremonies. They are rather Pitru-Yajna or worship of the ancestral deities. However, they are different from the worship of the God. Shraddh is mainly performed for three generations of Pitrus, namely the father, the grandfather and the great grandfather. When performed for all the ancestors, seven generations of ancestors are believed to benefit from it. Shraddh must be performed with faith, devotion and reverence.

 

The final day of Pitru Paksha is the new moon day called Mahalay Amavasya. It is the day when oblations are offered to all the ancestors. 

 

ADHIK MONTH

Adhik Aaso (Ashvin) Maas – Starts Thursday, September 17th 2020, 12:00 BST & ends Friday, October 16th 2020, 20:31 BST

According to the sidereal zodiac system this year the Sun enters the zodiac sign Virgo (Kanya) on September 16th, 14:38 B.S.T. (British Summer Time) and stays in this zodiac sign until October 17th, 02:35 B.S.T. During this period two new moons (Amavasya) occur, the first new moon occur on September 17th, 12:00 B.S.T. and the second new moon occur on October 16th, 20:31 B.S.T. and hence the Adhik Maas. The Adhik Maas occurs at the beginning of the lunar month Aaso (ashvin), hence it’s called as Adhik Aaso (Ashvin), and the following lunar month is regular lunar month Aaso (Ashvin).

 

Blue moon

The term "blue moon" is most often defined as the second full moon occurring within a single month. In 2020 the two full moons (Purnima) occurs in the month of October. The first full moon on 1st October – 22:05 (BST) and the second full moon on 31st October – 14:49 (GMT).

 

Navaratri

From Saturday, 17 October to Saturday, 24 October 2020

(Please note according to UK local time Maha Ashtami will be on Friday, 23 October 2020)

 

Navaratri is a nine-day festival in which nine forms of Goddess Durga are worshipped. It is one of the most significant festivals celebrated by Hindus all across the world with greatest fervour. There are a total of four Navaratris in a year, but only two – Chaitra Navaratri and Sharad Navaratri are celebrated widely. People in different part of the world celebrate this same festival differently, though they worship the same deity, performing different rituals.

‘Navaratri’ in Sanskrit means ‘nine nights’. On these nine nights, people observe fast and offer special prayers to the ‘Nine Forms of Maa Durga’. Goddess Durga is an incarnation of Goddess Parvati. She took the avatar of Devi Durga to destroy Mahishasur.

 

Very important note:
Please do not starve, even if you are observing a fast, it is important to take care of your health and not starve yourself.

Drink enough water, unless you are observing Nirjal Vrat. You can also have fresh juices without preservatives to keep yourself hydrated.

 

The nine forms of Maa Durga are worshipped and here are the nine forms.

 

Goddess Photo Description
Navaratri 01

Goddess Shailputri

Goddess Shailputri is the first manifestation of Goddess Durga. She holds a Trishul in her right hand and a lotus flower in her left hand and rides a bull called Nandi. Goddess Parvati was born as the daughter of Himalaya and in Sanskrit, Shail means the mountain, thus she is known as Shailputri. The governing planet is the Moon (Chandra). The day one of the festival begins with the bright and vibrant Orange colour. This colour signifies energy and happiness.

Goddess Bahmacharini

The second day of Navaratri is dedicated to Goddess Brahmacharini. The Goddess walks bare feet with a rudraksh mala in her right hand and sacred Kamandalu in her left hand. The meditative form of this goddess symbolises Goddess Parvati when she engaged in her deep meditation to please Lord Shiva. The governing planet is the Mars (Mangal). White is the colour for day two, which is a symbol of peace and purity.

Goddess Chandraghanta

The third day of Navaratri is of Goddess Chandraghanta. The crescent-moon on her forehead looks like the bell (Ghanta) and because of that she is known as Chandra-Ghanta. She is a fierce 10-armed goddess and she carries Trishul, Gada, Sword and Kamandal in her four left hands and keeps the fifth left hand in Varada Mudra. She carries lotus flower, Arrow, Dhanush and Japa Mala in her four right hands and keeps the fifth right hand in Abhaya Mudra. She rides on a tiger to destroy all evil and wicked. The governing planet is Venus (Shukra). People wear Red colour on the third day of Navaratri. It signifies beauty and fearlessness.

Goddess Kushmanda

Chaturthi or the fourth day of Navaratri is of Devi Kushmanda derived from three words – ‘Ku’ (little), ‘Ushma’ (Warmth or energy) and ‘Amnda’ (egg), which means the creator of the universe.She is depicted with eight hands. She has Kamandal, Dhanush, Bada and Kamal in the right hands and Amrit Kalash, Jap Mala, Gada and Chakra in the left hands in that order. She rides on the lioness. The governing planet is Sun (Surya). The colour of the forth day of Navaratri is Royal Blue. This colour considered good for health and wealth.

Goddess Skandmata

Goddess Skandmata who is worshipped on the fifth day is also known as Panchami. Skandmata is a four-armed deity and carries baby Murugan in her lap. Lord Murugan is also known as Kartikeya and brother of Lord Ganesha. She carries lotus flowers in her upper two hands. She holds baby Murugan in one of her right hand and keeps the other right hand in Abhaya Mudra. She mounts on the ferocious lion. The governing planet is Mercury (Budh). People wear the colour yellow on the fifth day of Navaratri. This colour stands for happiness and brightness.

Goddess Katyayani

The sixth day of Navaratri is dedicated to Goddess Katyayani, who is a form of Shakti. Also known as the warrior goddess, Katyayani is considered as one of the most violent forms of Goddess Parvati. Goddess Katyayani is depicted with four hands and she carries lotus flower and sword in her left hands and keeps her right hands in Abhaya and Varada Mudras. She is the daughter of Sage Katyayan and rides on a magnificent lion. The governing planet is Jupiter (Brihaspati/Guru). This colour Green for the sixth day signifies new beginnings and growth.

Goddess Kaalratri

Saptami or the seventh day of Navaratri is Goddess Kaalratri. As per legend she sacrifices her skin colour and embraced a dark complexion to kill demons named Shumbha and Nishumbha. She is a four arm deity who rides a donkey. Her right hands are in Abhaya and Varada Mudra and she carries sword and the deadly iron hook in her left hands. She has a third eye on her forehead that is believed to contain the entire universe. The governing planet is Saturn (Shani). The colour of the seventh day is grey, a colour which stands for the strength of transforming.

Goddes Mahagauri

Durga Ashtami or the eighth day of Navaratri is dedicated to Goddess Mahagauri. Goddess Mahagauri rides on a bull and because of that she is also known as Vrisharudha Goddess Mahagauri is depicted with four hands. She carries Trishul in her right hand and keeps the second right hand in Abhaya Mudra. She adorns Damaru in one of her left hand and keeps the other left hand in Varada Mudra. The governing planet is Rahu. The colour of the eight day purple signifies the power of intellect and peace.

All nine forms of Goddess Durga are worshipped during Maha Ashtami Puja.

Young unmarried girls, being treated as Goddess Durga itself, are also worshipped on Maha Ashtami. Worshipping of young girls during Durga Puja is known as Kumari Puja.

Goddess Siddhidatri

The ninth or the final day of Navaratri is of Goddess Siddhidatri. The supreme Goddess of Power, Adi-Parashakti, appeared in the form of Siddhidatri from the left half of Lord Shiva. This form of Goddess Durga signifies perfection. Goddess Siddhidatri sits on a Lotus Flower (Kamal) and rides on the lion. She is depicted with four hands. She has Gada in one of her right hand, Chakra in the other right hand, lotus flower in one of her left hand and Conch (Shankh) in the other left hand. The governing planet is Ketu. The colour peacock green is believed to fulfil the desires of devotees on the final day of Navaratri. Goddess Siddhidatri is worshipped by not only humans but also by Deva, Gandharva, Asura, Yaksha and Siddha. Lord Shiva got the title of Ardha-Narishwar when Goddess Siddhidatri appeared from his left half.

 

Dashera

Sunday, 25 October 2020 (Vijay Muhurat 13:27 to 14:07 GMT)

Dashera or Vijay Dashmi is a very popular Hindu Festival. It is observed on the tenth day of the bright half of Ashvin. Dashera in Sanskrit also means taking away the ten sins.

Ahankara (Ego)

Amanavta (Cruelty)

Anyaaya (Injustice)

Kama vasana (Lust)

Krodha (Anger)

Lobha (Greed)

Mada (Over Pride)

Matsara (Jealousy)

Moha (Attachment)

Swartha (Selfishness)

Hence, also known as *'Vijaydashami'* signifying *”Vijaya”* over these ten bad qualities.

According to the great Hindu scripture, the Ramayan, Lord Ram performed chandi-puja (holy prayer).

This was carried out in order to invoke the blessings of Durga Maa for the killing of Ravan, the ten-headed demon king of Sri Lanka who had abducted Seeta, wife of Lord Ram.

Durga Maa divulged the secret to Ram on how he could slay the great Ravan. Hence upon vanquishing the demon Ravan, Lord Ram with Seeta and younger brother Laxman, returned victorious to his kingdom of Ayodhya on the day, which is called 'Diwali'.

Dashera celebrates the victory of good over evil. Enormous effigies of Lord Ravan stuffed with firecrackers are lit with flaming arrows.

 

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LIST OF IMPORTANT HINDU FESTIVALS & VRATS FOR U.K. - V.S. 2076 & V.S. 2077 (Prepared according to local UK Time).

 

Important Note:

The Hindu festivals are generally based on a certain Tithi (roughly translated as the lunar phase) or the Nakshatra (Position of Asterisms with respect to the moon and the earth) in a given month or the transition of other heavenly bodies. When the time and place differ a lot from the place for which the Panchang (Religious Almanac) is computed the occurrence of the festival on a given day could change. To correctly compute the time and date of a festival, one must compute the Tithi, Nakshatra etc. for that place in terms of the local time of that place. The festival celebration times and days/dates listed here are calculated according to local UK times and these may differ from other places in the world (e.g. India, USA).

 

Date

Day

Festival Description

21-08-20

Fri.

Varah Jayanti, Hari Talika, Kevda Treej

22-08-20

Sat.

Shree Ganesh Chaturthi, Vinayak Chauth

23-08-20

Sun.

Rushi Panchami, Sama Panchami

25-08-20

Tues.

Durga, Radha and Durva Ashtami, Dharo Attham

28-08-20

Fri.

Parivartini-Jal Zilani Ekadashi

29-08-20

Sat.

Vaman Jayanti

01-09-20

Tues.

Vrat Purnima

02-09-20

Wed.

Pratipada Shraddh

03-09-20

Thurs.

Dwitiya Shraddh

04-09-20

Fri.

Tritiya Shraddh

05-09-20

Sat.

Chaturthi Shraddh

07-09-20

Mon.

Panchami Shraddh

08-09-20

Tues.

Shasthi Shraddh

09-09-20

Wed.

Saptami Shraddh

10-09-20

Thurs.

Ashtami Shraddh

11-09-20

Fri.

Navmi Shraddh

12-09-20

Sat.

Dashmi Shraddh

13-09-20

Sun.

Ekadashi Shraddh, Indira Ekadashi

14-09-20

Mon.

Dwadashi Shraddh

15-09-20

Tues.

Trayodashi Shraddh

16-09-20

Wed.

Chaturdashi Shraddh, Sarvapitri Darsh Amavas, Amavas-Purnima Shraddh

18-09-20

Fri.

Adhik Aaso, Purushottam month begins

27-09-20

Sun.

Kamla Ekadashi

01-10-20

Thurs.

Vrat Purnima

02-10-20

Fri.

Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti (date)

13-10-20

Tues.

Kamla Ekadashi

16-10-20

Fri.

Darsh Amavasya, Adhik Month ends

17-10-20

Sat.

Navaratri Begins

23-10-20

Fri.

Shree Durga Ashtami, Maha-Havan Ashtami

24-10-20

Sat.

Maha Navami

25-10-20

Sun.

Vijya Dashami, Dashahara, Vijay Muhurt 13:27 to 14:07 Leic., Greenwich Mean Time Begins (GMT)

26-10-20

Mon.

Pashankusha Ekadashi

30-10-20

Fri.

Vrat Purnima

31-10-20

Sat.

Sharad Purnima

04-11-20

Wed.

Karva and Sankat Chauth, Moonrise 18: 37 Leicester

11-11-20

Wed.

Rama Ekadashi

12-11-20

Thurs.

Govats Dwadashi, Vagh Barash, Dhan Terash, Dhan Pooja

13-11-20

Fri.

Kali Chaudas,

14-11-20

Sat.

(Narak Chaturdashi, Moon rise 6:00am, Leicester), Diwali, Lakshmi-Sharda-Chopda Pujan, (Amavas (30) Kshaya Tithi – UK)

V.S. 

 2077

(2020 - 2021)

15-11-20

Sun.

New Year’s Day  Vikram Samvat 2077, Jain Samvat 2547, Annakut

16-11-20

Mon.

Bhai Beej, Bhaiduj, Chandra (Moon) Darshan

19-11-20

Thurs.

Labh Pancham, Jain Gian Panchami

21-11-20

Sat.

Shree Jalaram Jayanti

25-11-20

Wed.

Probodhini, Devuthi Ekadashi, Tulsivivah Begins (with Revti Nakshatra from 12:51)

29-11-20

Sun.

Vrat Purnima, (Purnima (15) Vruddhi Tithi – UK)

30-11-20

Mon.

Dev Diwali, Tulsi Vivah Ends

10-12-20

Thurs.

Utpatti Ekadashi

14-12-20

Mon.

Darsh Amavasya, Somvati Amavas until 16:16

25-12-20

Fri.

Mokshada Ekadashi, Gita Jayanti

29-12-20

Tues.

Vrat Purnima, Shree Dattatrey Jayanti

09-01-21

Sat.

Safla Ekadashi

12-01-21

Tues.

Darsh Amavasya

14-01-21

Thurs.

Pongal, Makar Sankranti, Punyakal from Sunrise to Sunset

24-01-21

Sun.

Putrada Ekadashi

26-01-21

Tues.

Bharat Republic Day

28-01-21

Thurs.

Vrat Purnima, Poshi & Shakambhari Purnima

07-02-21

Sun.

Shattila Ekadashi

11-02-21

Thurs.

Darsh Amavas, Mauni Amavas (Jain)

15-02-21

Mon.

Ganesh Jayanti, Vinayak, Tilkund Chaturthi

16-02-21

Tues.

Vasant Panchami, Shree Panchami, Saraswati Pooja

23-02-21

Tues.

Jaya Ekadashi

25-02-21

Thurs.

Vishvakarma Jayanti

26-02-21

Fri.

Vrat Purnima

09-03-21

Tues.

Vijya Ekadashi

11-03-21

Thurs.

Maha Shivratri, Nishith Muhurt 23:49 to 24:38 Leicester

12-03-21

Fri.

Darsh Amavasya

20-03-21

Sat.

Holashtak begins 25:40 (on 01:40 hrs. 21-03-21)

24-03-21

Wed.

Amalki Ekadashi

28-03-21

Sun.

Vrat Purnima, Holi, Shree Chaitanya Mahaprabhu Jayanti, Holashtak ends 19:48, British Summer Time (BST) begins

29-03-21

Mon.

Dhuleti

07-04-21

Wed.

Papmochni Ekadashi

11-04-21

Sun.

Darsh Amavasya

12-04-21

Mon.

Chaitri Navaratri, Gudi Padvo, North India Vikram Samvat 2078 Begins

14-04-21

Wed.

Matsya Jayanti

21-04-21

Wed.

Shree Ramnavami, Abhijit Muhurt 12:35 to 13:32 Leicester, Shree Swami Narayan Jayanti

23-04-21

Fri.

Kamda Ekadashi, Shree Vallbhacharya Vadhai

25-04-21

Sun.

Shree Mahavir Jayanti

26-04-21

Mon.

Vrat & Chaitri Purnima, Shree Hanuman Jayanti, (Purnima (15) Kshaya Tithi – UK)

07-05-21

Fri.

Varuthini Ekadashi, Shree Vallabhabda - 544

11-05-21

Tues.

Darsh Amavasya

14-05-21

Fri.

Akshay-Akhatreej, Parshuram Jayanti

22-05-21

Sat.

Mohini Ekadashi – Smart, UK

23-05-21

Sun.

Mohini Ekadashi – Vaishnavi, UK

24-05-21

Mon.

Nrusinh Jayanti

25-05-21

Tues.

Kurma Jayanti, Vrat Purnima

26-05-21

Wed.

Vaishakhi & Budhha Purnima (Purnima until 12:14)

05-06-21

Sat.

Apra Ekadashi, Bhadrakali Ekadashi-Punjab

09-06-21

Wed.

Darsh & Bhavuka Amavasya

10-06-21

Thurs.

Shanaishchar Jayanti

21-06-21

Mon.

Nirjala-Bheem Ekadashi

22-06-21

Tues.

Vat Savitri Vrat Begins

24-06-21

Thurs.

Vrat & Vat Savitri Vrat Purnima

05-07-21

Mon.

Yogini Ekadashi

09-07-21

Fri.

Darsh Amavasya

10-07-21

Sat.

Kachchi, Halari Aashadhhi Samvat 2078 Begins

20-07-21

Tues.

Devshayni Ekadashi, Saurashtra Molakat Begins

22-07-21

Thurs.

Jaya Parvati Vrat & Gujarat Molakat Begins

23-07-21

Fri.

Vrat & Guru Purnima, (Purnima Kshaya Tithi–UK)

24-07-21

Sat.

Saurashtra Molakat Jagran,

26-07-21

Mon.

Jaya Parvati Vrat Jagran & Gujarat Molakat Jagran

04-08-21

Wed.

Kamika Ekadashi

07-08-21

Sat.

Darsh Amavasya

08-08-21

Sun.

Divaso, Aevrat Jeevrat Jagran

09-08-21

Mon.

Shravan Month & Shiv Pooja Begins

13-08-21

Fri.

Naag Pancham, Randhan Chhath, Kalki Jayanti

14-08-21

Sat.

Sheetla Satam (7th Kshaya Tithi – UK)

15-08-21

Sun.

Bharat Independence Day

16-08-21

Mon.

Noli Nom (South Gujarat)

18-08-21

Wed.

Putrada, Pavitra Ekadashi

22-08-21

Sun.

Vrat & Nariyeli Purnima, Balev & Raksha Bandhan

26-08-21

Thurs.

Bor Chauth

27-08-21

Fri.

Naag Pancham

28-08-21

Sat.

Randhan Chhath

29-08-21

Sun.

Sheetla Satam, Shree Krishna Jayanti, Vratotsav, Nishith Muhurt 24:45 to 25:26 Leic., Kalashtami

30-08-21

Mon.

Janmashtami - Vaishnav

02-09-21

Thurs.

Aja Ekadashi,

06-09-21

Mon.

Darsh,  Somvati & Sarva Pitru Amavasya

09-09-21

Thurs.

Varah Jayanti, Hari Talika, Kevda Treej

10-09-21

Fri.

Shree Ganesh Chaturthi, Vinayak Chauth

11-09-21

Sat.

Rushi Panchami, Sama Panchami

13-09-21

Mon.

Durga, Radha and Durva Ashtami, Dharo Attham

16-09-21

Thurs.

Parivartini – Jal Zilani Ekadashi

17-09-21

Fri.

Vaman Jayanti

20-09-21

Mon.

Vrat Purnima

21-09-21

Tues.

Shraddh Paksha Begins

02-10-21

Sat.

Indira Ekadashi, Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti (date)

05-10-21

Tues.

Sarvapitri Darsh Amavas, Amavas-Purnima Shraddh

07-10-21

Thurs.

Navaratri Begins

13-10-21

Wed.

Shree Durga Ashtami, Maha-Havan Ashtami

14-10-21

Thurs.

Maha Navami, Vijya Dashami, Dashahara, Vijay Muhurt 14:36 to15:19 Leicester

16-10-21

Sat.

Pashankusha Ekadashi

19-10-21

Tues.

Vrat Purnima

20-10-21

Wed.

Sharad Purnima

24-10-21

Sun.

Karva and Sankat Chauth, Moonrise 19:31 Leicester

31-10-21

Sun.

Greenwich Mean Time Begins (GMT)

01-11-21

Mon.

Rama Ekadashi, Govats Dwadashi, Vagh Barash, (12th Kshaya Tithi – UK)

02-11-21

Tues.

Dhan Terash, Dhan Pooja

03-11-21

Wed.

Kali Chaudas, (Narak Chaturdashi, Moon rise 4:44am, Leicester)

04-11-21

Thurs.

Diwali, Lakshmi-Sharda-Chopda Pujan

05-11-21

Fri.

New Year’s Day  Vikram Samvat 2078, Jain Samvat 2548, Annakut

 

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2020 Eclipse Details

 

30 November 2020 – Penumbral Lunar Eclipse (Moon set 07:47am GMT Leicester) (Not Visible in UK and it is not observed) –

Eclipse Details:– Beginning - 07:29:54, Mid - 09:42:48, End - 11:55:42

(Visible in - Asia, Australia, Pacific, Americas.)

 

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