India and other parts of the world will see a total lunar eclipse on Tuesday, November 8. 2022's final lunar eclipse.

Some facts to know about upcoming lunar eclipse

A lunar eclipse occurs when the Sun, Earth, and Moon are perfectly aligned and the Moon passes into the shadow of the Earth.

Chandra Grahan sutak begins at 9:21 a.m. Drik Panchang recommends four Prahars of Sutak before a Solar Eclipse and three before a Lunar Eclipse.

From Sunrise to Sunrise, there are a total of 8 Prahars. As a result, Sutak is observed 12 hours before the Solar Eclipse and 9 hours before the Lunar Eclipse.

The time leading up to an eclipse, whether it be a solar eclipse or a lunar eclipse, is referred to as the Sutak period.

Chandra Grahan 2022 Sutak time Kaal

In the case of Chandra Grahan or Lunar Elipse, the Sutak Kaal usually begins 9 hours before the Chandra Grahan begins.

Sutak is considered an inauspicious period by Hindus, and it is generally advised to stay indoors and avoid trying new things or beginning new projects.

New Delhi will experience a partial eclipse at 5:31 pm with 66% moon obscuration since the total eclipse ended at 5:11 pm.

Chandra Grahan 2022: Delhi 

The Chandra Grahan sutak will begin at 9:21 in the morning, and it will continue until 6:18 in the evening. The sutak period is broken up into two parts.