Do’s And Don’ts During SuperMoon Lunar Eclipse 2018

Do's & Dont's Of Supermoon Eclipse

Today, the only ‘Super Blue Blood Moon’ will be witnessed across the world, for the first time in 150 years. It will take place between 5:15 pm to 7:37 pm and will be the first Lunar Eclipse of 2018. If you are a stargazer, this is the perfect opportunity to catch a glimpse of the Super Blue Blood Moon. It will have a reddish-orange glow and will appear 14 percent brighter than usual. The total time period of the eclipse will be 1 hour and 16 minutes.

For the ‘believers’, here’s a quick recap of the Do’s and Don’ts for Chandra Grahan 2018.


• Consume freshly cooked food after the Grahan
• Take a bath after the eclipse is over. If you want to bath during the period, do it wearing your clothes.
• Recite Mahamrityuanjaya mantra during the eclipse if you have Kaal-Sarp dosh.
• Chant mantras. For wealth- “Om Namo Dev Bhagwate Trilochanam Tripuram Anjali Me Kalyanam Kuru Kuru Swaha”, For Education- “Om Aim Hrim Kleem Maha Saraswati Devaya Namah”, and For baby- “Om Namo Bhagavate Jagatprasutaye Namah”.
• Put Tulsi leaf in each food storage containers. That way the food grains won’t get affected during the eclipse.
• Donate consumable items such as rice, oil, sugar, jaggery equal to your weight to the needy at the time of the eclipse.
• Pregnant ladies must chant “Santana Gopala Mantra” throughout the period of Grahan.


• Do not sleep during the eclipse.
• Do not cook or eat food during the Chandra Grahan.
• Avoid doing any important tasks.
• Avoid urinating.
• Do not store any cooked food.
• Pregnant women must not come out at the time of Grahan.

Team KittyBee suggests you to be careful and enjoy the rare sight of a red moon that you might not see until 2033.

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