March 28, 2017: Ugadi / Start of Telugu New Year / Gudi Padwa (according to Dhruganitha Sindhantam), Tailabhangam, Nimbhukusuma Bhakshanam, Prapadanam, Svetha varaha kalpadi, Start of Vasantha Navratri
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The partial Lunar eclipse falls on October 17, 2005 Monday with Revati star Meena Rasi with Rahu savya eclipse. The eclipse starts at 17.04 pm and closing at 18.03. It is visible to Asia including India, Australia, Pacific and North America. In our country, it is visible in Maharastra, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Uttara Pradesh, Orissa and West Bengal. It will last for 59 minutes. Incidentally, the lunar eclipse falls on full Moon Day. Moon represents mind, creative skills and emotions and in the contest of partial lunar eclipse, individual charts have to be studied whether it gives positive results or negative. If Moon is in debilitation or otherwise badly influenced in the chart, it may give negative results.
Important Eclipse timings
Start of the Eclipse: 5.04pm
Middle time: 5.33pm
Moksha time: 6.03pm
Due to this lunar eclipse, we advise that the natives of Revati star and Meena Rasi are not supposed to view the eclipse to avoid negative effects.
Effects of this eclipse on various signs:
Good Results - Vrushaba, Mithuna, Tula and Makara Rasi natives
Mixed results - Karkataka, Kanya, Vruschika, Kumba Rasi natives
Bad results - Mesha, Simha, Dhannus, Meena Rasi.