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Singapore – Lunar Eclipse April 4, 2015 Time in Singapore– Chandra Grahan Timing in April 2015

A Total lunar eclipse, Chandra Grahan, taking place on April 4, 2015 in India and it will be visible in Singapore city and other places in Singapore. The time of the eclipse in Singapore is from 6:16 PM to 9:45 PM. This is a minor partial eclipse and takes place in Hasta Nakshatra and in Kanya Rashi. Detail Lunar Eclipse Time in Singapore on October 8, 2014 Eclipse starts at 6:16 PM Total Lunar Eclipse starts at 7:58 PM Total Lunar Eclipse ends at 8:03 PM

Eclipse ends at 9:45 PM.
You need to follow this Chandra Grahan if you are a Hindu living in Singapore. If you do fasting and other rituals then you should do it.
Please note that pregnant woman need not worry about this Lunar Eclipse. Please keep cool and remain calm. There is nothing to worry.
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Abakash Besha of Jagannath – Picture of Early Morning Form of Jagannath at Puri Jagannath Temple

Abakash Besha is the first form in which a devotee can have darshan of Jagannath, Balabhadra and Subhadra at the PuriJagannathTemple. Below is the picture of this early morning form of the murtis worshipped in the temple.

On each day early in the morning the deities are adorned with this minimalist vesha for the divine ablutions. The deities are only covered in two pieces of cloth known as ‘Tadap’ and ‘Uttariya’


Wisdom From Ancient Hindu Sayings

Disease, sorrow, suffering, bondage, alienation — all these are the fruits of the tree of ‘sin against oneself’ reaped by embodied souls.
Virtuous men who are always bent on doing good to others never allow their souls to be contorted even when harm is done to them. The sandalwood tree only imparts fragrance to the edge of the axe that cuts it down.
Time is cooking all beings in the cauldron of great delusion using the sun as fire and days and nights as fuel, stirring them with the ladles of months and seasons—this is the news.
There is no better well-wisher in this world than the critic. [Through criticism] he takes away one’s sins (papam) and in exchange gives his merits (punyam) to the person he criticizes.