Blue Mooncha Rare Yoga
According to Arvind Paranjape, Director, Nehru Planetarium, Blue Moon will be available on Friday, October 30, 2020 from 5:45 pm to Saturday, October 31, 2020 at 8:18 pm. This year’s autumn full moon is approaching the rare yoga of Blue Moon, and if this opportunity is missed, we will have to wait for 19 years. The next opportunity will be in the year 2039. Earlier, in 1883, on the day of the autumn full moon, I had the opportunity to see the Blue Moon.
Sharad Pournima: Show offerings to Goddess Lakshmi according to the zodiac sign; Say ‘this’ mantra
What is Blue Moon?
The Blue Moon is a Western concept, dating back to the seventeenth century. Europe has four seasons: spring, summer, autumn and winter. The four full seasons of 12 months usually have three full moons each. However, sometimes there are four full moons in a season. At such times, the third full moon of that season is called ‘Blue Moon’. From the middle of the twentieth century, if there were two full moons in a month, the moon of the second full moon came to be known as the ‘Blue Moon’; There is no difference in its astronomical properties, said Arvind Paranjape.
Kojagari Pournima: Worship of Goddess Mahalakshmi; The auspicious yoga of gaining wealth
Amazing Mahayoga on Kojagari Pournima
According to the calendar, many auspicious yogas are coming together this autumn full moon. Kojagari full moon is coming on Friday. Worshiping Goddess Lakshmi on Friday is considered auspicious. Therefore, this yoga is considered special. The auspicious yoga called Sarvarth Siddhi is coming on the autumn full moon. Amrut Siddhi Yoga and Ravi Yoga coincide on the day of Kojagari Pournima from sunrise to 2:57 pm. Both these yogas are considered auspicious. Also, the panchak ends at 5:45 pm.