On 14 November, the moon—in its full-moon phase—was closest to Earth. And, this wasn't your usual Supermoon. This was the nearest that a full moon has come to Earth since January 26, 1948. The full moon won't get this close again until November 25, 2034.
In India, the Supermoon was seen from around 6:22 PM IST on Monday.
Take a look at these mesmerising photos of the Supermoon from various cities across India.
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India's national emblem is seen in front of the supermoon in New Delhi.
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A cross atop a church is silhouetted against the supermoon in Mumbai.
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A supermoon rises as the colourful lights flicker in the foreground at a Gurudwara, a Sikh temple, in Chandigarh.
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A rising moon is pictured as colourful lights flicker in the foreground outside the Victoria Memorial monument in Kolkata.
A view of the supermoon from Uttarakhand.
The supermoon as viewed from Chennai.
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A 'supermoon' rises behind a statue of Mahatma Gandhi at Marina Beach in Chennai.
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The Super Moon rising in the sky atop of eastern Indian city Bhubaneswar.
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The 'supermoon' rises over the Sikh Shrine, the Golden Temple in Amritsar.
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Tree leaves are silhouetted as the 'supermoon' rises in Srinagar.
The "supermoon" appears over the landmark Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus in Mumbai.
A trident atop the Kamakhya Hindu temple is silhoutted against the rising moon in Gauhati.