The Ketugrastha lunar eclipse will occur on Tuesday and will last for three hours from 1.31 pm in the night to 4.30 am.

It occurs in the Uttarashada star under the Makara Rasi. The eclipse period starts at 1.31 am, the middle period is 3 pm, and the salvation period is at 4.30 am. Astrologers say that the eclipse begins in the third yatra, and all activities and rituals should be completed by 1.30 pm.

This time, the partial lunar eclipse will be visible in India from all places, barring north Eastern parts of Arunachal Pradesh. The Moon will enter penumbra on July 17 around 12.12 am, after which the moon will enter umbra at 1.31 am. The maximum of partial lunar eclipse 2019 will be witness around 3 am.

Partial lunar eclipse 2019 will end around 4.30 am. These are the times around which you can witness partial lunar eclipse on July 17.

The Cancer-Capricorn eclipse will affect everyone differently based on his or her personal birth chart.

Check out the astrological dos and don'ts as per your Zodiac Sign here:

Mesha Raasi (Aries): Those who come under this star will not be affected by the eclipse. There are no particular rules to be followed. For those living on the river banks are recommended to take a bath and visit the temple after the eclipse.

Vrishabha Raasi (Taurus): It is advised not see to see the eclipse. Once the eclipse is over it is recommended that they take a bath and donate ghee, silver snake hood idol to a Brahmin near the river bank or temple.

Mithuna Raasi (Gemini): It is advised not see to see the eclipse. Once the eclipse is over it is recommended that they take a bath and donate ghee, silver snake hood idol to a Brahmin near the river bank or temple.

Karkataka Raasi (Cancer): Those who come under this star will not be affected by the eclipse. There are no particular rules to be followed. It is recommended to take a bath and visit the temple after the eclipse.

Simha Raasi (Leo): Those who come under this star will not be affected by the eclipse. There are no particular rules to be followed. It is recommended to take a bath and visit the temple after the eclipse.

Kanya Raasi (Virgo): It is advised not see to see the eclipse. It is recommended to take a bath after the eclipse.

Thula Raasi (Libra): It is best advised not see to see the eclipse for those belonging to this star.

Vrushchika Raasi (Scorpio): Those who come under this star will not be affected by the eclipse. There are no particular rules to be followed or rituals to be followed.

Dhanush Raasi (Sagittarius): It is advised not see to see the eclipse. Once the eclipse is over it is recommended that they take a bath and donate ghee, silver snake hood idol to Brahmin near the riverbank or temple.

Makara Raasi (Capricorn): It is best advised not see to see the eclipse for those belonging to this star. One can benefit if they take a bath and perform rituals to offset the negativity of the lunar eclipse.

Kumbha Raasi (Aquarius): It is advised not see to see the eclipse. Once the eclipse is over it is recommended that they take a bath on Wednesday morning pay obeisance to god by visiting the temple.

Meena Raasi (Pisces): the eclipse will not affect those who come under this star. There are no particular rules to be followed or rituals to be followed.

For those who believe in astrology, things to avoid during Lunar Eclipse phase:

1. Do not eat food cooked even nine hours before the eclipse.

2. Try and avoid travelling during the eclipse.

3. Avoid going ahead with any important deals during the time of the eclipse.

4. No offerings should be made to God during this time.

5. Pregnant women are advised to stay inside the houses to avoid any ill effects on the baby.

6. Avoid drinking water.

7. Do not indulge in sexual activities.

8.Do not take bath or head bath during the eclipse time

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