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Temples Timings on 28th October Chandra Grahan

As we know there is a 2nd Chandra Grahan of 2023 on 28th October. Lunar eclipses with their magical attraction have been associated with temple rituals and observances. Due to this Chandra Grahan (lunar Eclipse) many of the temples in India will remain closed. Here you will get temple timings on Chandra Grahan.

What is Chandra Grahan?

A lunar eclipse (Chandra Grahan) is a celestial event that occurs when the earth comes between the sun and the moon. That causes the moon to pass through the Earth’s shadow. This happens when the moon is in its full moon phase. During Chandra Grahan, the moon’s colour becomes a reddish or coppery hue also known as “blood moon.”

Temple Closed During Chandra Grahan (28/10/2023)

TemplesTemples Closing TimeTemple Opening Time
Tirumala Temple7:05 PM (28/10/23)3:15 AM (29/10/23)
Durga Temple (Vijayawada)6:30 PM (28/10/23)3:00 AM (29/10/23)
Mallikarjuna Jyotirlinga TempleWaiting for TimeWaiting for Time
Somnath Jyotirlinga Temple10:00 PM6:00 AM
Mallikarjuna Jyotirling TempleWaiting for TimeWaiting for Time
Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga TempleWaiting for TimeWaiting for Time
Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga TempleWaiting for TimeWaiting for Time
Rameshwaram Jyotirlinga TempleWaiting for TimeWaiting for Time
Bhimashankar Jyotirlinga TempleWaiting for TimeWaiting for Time
Kashi Vishwanath TempleWaiting for TimeWaiting for Time
Trimbakeshwar Jyotirlinga TempleWaiting for TimeWaiting for Time
Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga TempleWaiting for TimeWaiting for Time
Venkanna temple7:05 PM (28/10/23)3:15 AM (29/10/23)
Kedarnath TempleWaiting for TimeWaiting for Time
Dwarka Nageshwar Mahadev TempleWaiting for TimeWaiting for Time
Dwarkadish TempleWaiting for TimeWaiting for Time
Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga TempleWaiting for TimeWaiting for Time
Jagannath Puri TempleWaiting for TimeWaiting for Time
Salasar Balaji Temple4:14 PM (28/10/23)6:00 AM (29/10/23)
Shree Padmanabhaswamy TempleWaiting for TimeWaiting for Time
Kamakhya TempleWaiting for TimeWaiting for Time
Laxminarayan Mandir, DelhiWaiting for TimeWaiting for Time
Venkateswara Swami Temple4:00 PM (28/10/23)Update Soon
Sai Baba Mandir ShirdiWaiting for TimeWaiting for Time
Ambaji Shakti Peeth3:30 PM (28/10/23)8:30 AM (29/10/23)
Tirupati Balaji TempleWaiting for TimeWaiting for Time
Krishna Janmabhoomi TempleWaiting for TimeWaiting for Time
Banke Bihari Mandir3:30 PM (28/10/23)7:45 AM (29/10/23)
Shri Krishna Balaram Mandir (ISKCON)Waiting for TimeWaiting for Time
Mata No Madh KutchWaiting for TimeWaiting for Time
Jwala Devi Shakti PeethWaiting for TimeWaiting for Time
Shre Sidhivinayak TempleWaiting for TimeWaiting for Time
Mumba Devi TempleWaiting for TimeWaiting for Time

Somnath Temple Timings on Chandra Grahan

Due to the lunar eclipse on Saturday Sharad Purnima Shri Somnath Temple and all the temples of the Trust aarti and rituals will be not done after 1:42 PM.

Puja rituals and evening Aarti will remain closed. The darshan timings of Somnath Temple and all the temples of the Trust will remain the same. Shri Somnath Temple darshan time is from 6:00 AM to 10:00 AM.

Ambaji Temple Timings on Chandra Grahan

Due to the lunar eclipse on Sharadpunam, the timings of darshan and aarti in Ambaji Mata temple have been changed. The temple will be completely closed after 3.30 PM and opens on the next day morning after aarti which is performed at 8.30 PM.

Kapur Aarti on 27/10/2023 at 12:00 PM on 28/10/2023 due to a lunar eclipse, the time of aarti-darshan will be as follows.

Morning Aarti – 6:00 AM

Morning Darshan – 5:30 AM To 11:30 AM

Rajbhog – 12:00 hrs

Temple closes till 2:00 PM after Mangal Rajbhog

Evening Aarti – 2:00 PM to 2:30 PM

Darshan – 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM

The temple is completely closed from 3:30 PM

On 29/10/2023 morning Aarti will be held at 8:30 AM

Darshan will be as usual after morning aarti on 29/10/2023

Why Temples Are Closed on Chandra Grahan?

Temples are closed during Chandra Grahan for various cultural and religious reasons. Grahan is a time of negative energy and disturbance in the environment due to this the temple is kept closed.

During the grahan, it is believed that the Grahas are imbalanced which can affect the energy and purity of the temple. Temples are considered to be a holy place where devotees can connect with the gods/goddesses.

During an eclipse, it is believed that the energy within the temple becomes impure and unfit for worship. Therefore, the doors of the temple are closed.

Kinjal Jesani
Kinjal Jesani is a travel blogger acknowledging you about the India's pilgrimage site. Get ready for a knowing about a mysterious temple to a popular pilgrimage site with her. Thanks!

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