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1710 Chandra Darshan days | first day of moon sighting for Fairfield, Connecticut, United States

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1710 Chandra Darshan

1710 Chandra Darshan Dates
[1766 - 1767] Vikrama Samvata
Chandra Darshana
January 1, 1710, Wednesday
Pratipada
01 Hour 33 Mins
Chandra Darshana
January 30, 1710, Thursday
Pratipada
00 Hours 59 Mins
Chandra Darshana
March 1, 1710, Saturday
Pratipada
01 Hour 16 Mins
Chandra Darshana
March 31, 1710, Monday
Pratipada
01 Hour 39 Mins
Chandra Darshana
April 29, 1710, Tuesday
Pratipada
01 Hour 08 Mins
Chandra Darshana
May 29, 1710, Thursday
Pratipada
01 Hour 38 Mins
Chandra Darshana
June 27, 1710, Friday
Pratipada
00 Hours 57 Mins
Chandra Darshana
July 27, 1710, Sunday
Pratipada
00 Hours 51 Mins
Chandra Darshana
August 26, 1710, Tuesday
Pratipada
00 Hours 47 Mins
Chandra Darshana
September 24, 1710, Wednesday
Pratipada
00 Hours 29 Mins
Chandra Darshana
October 23, 1710, Thursday
Pratipada
00 Hours 21 Mins
Chandra Darshana
November 22, 1710, Saturday
Pratipada
01 Hour 19 Mins
Chandra Darshana
December 21, 1710, Sunday
Pratipada
01 Hour 18 Mins

Notes: All timings are represented in 12-hour notation in local time of Fairfield, United States with DST adjustment (if applicable).
Hours which are past midnight are suffixed with next day date. In Panchang day starts and ends with sunrise.

1710 Chandra Darshan

Chandra Darshan Dates

Chandra Darshan is the first day of moon sighting after no moon day. In Hinduism, the new moon day is known as Amavasya and the first sighting of moon after new moon has religious significance. People observe a day long fast and break it after sighting new moon on Chandra Darshan day.

Predicting the first day of Chandra Darshan is always a challenging task for Panchang makers. The moon is visible only for a short span of time on the first day of Chandra Darshan and that is just after the sunset. In other words, the moon sets about one hour after sunset and can be sighted only after sunset due to being in the same horizon as that of the sun. Hence the moon can be sighted only after the sunset, when it is also going to be set.

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