Solar eclipse will be seen in Partial form and in Annular form
Overview of Solar Eclipse 2020
Solar Eclipse (Solar Eclipse) June 2020 Live Updates: Solar eclipse will occur on June 21. This is the first solar eclipse of this year.
The solar eclipse will begin at 10:15 am Indian time, which will end at 3:30 pm in the afternoon. This solar eclipse is ring, which will look like a ring of fire.
This solar eclipse will take place in Gemini and Mrigashira constellation on Sunday. Gemini is the zodiac sign of Mercury and Mars is the lord of the constellation Mrigashira.
Do the following measures after Surya Grahan
After the eclipse is over, during the Amavasya Tithi, one can get Brahmin food. If this is not possible, then you can donate flour, ghee, Dakshina, clothes or other essential things in a temple. By taking this remedy, the specter of eclipse will be removed from you.
Clean the house with Ganges water after eclipse
After the eclipse is over, spray Ganga water throughout the house. Sprinkle Ganga water on the idols in the temple of the house. Clean the house, mop. In this way the eclipse of your home will disappear.
Offer prayers at the end of eclipse
When the eclipse is over, offer prayers. Make a meditation of God by lighting a lamp in the temple of the house. If there is a temple nearby, go and worship there and give alms and donations to poor people. It is also believed that feeding bread to the cow at the end of the eclipse gives good fruit.
Do this work after the eclipse ends tomorrow
After the eclipse ends, one should bathe with the Ganges water. By doing this, you get rid of the bad effects of the eclipse. After bathing, wear clean clothes and only then do any other work. After the eclipse, the devotees take a dip in the holy river at the pilgrimage sites.
Chant the seed of the sun mantra in solar eclipse
To avoid inauspicious effects of solar eclipse, one should chant the seed mantra of the sun planet. This will not affect the eclipse on you. One should chant the seed mantra of the Sun planet 108 times. Mantra sun planet – Grini: Suryay damp:
The sutak period of eclipse has started
The Sutak period of the solar eclipse that took place yesterday has become effective. During this time you will need to take special precautions. Particular attention should be paid to pregnant women. Now this Sutak period will end with the eclipse. The eclipse will end at 3:00 pm.
There will be 6 planets in solar eclipse
Solar eclipse is considered very important and sensitive. When the solar eclipse takes place, then at that time, 6 planets together will be moving in retrograde. These planets will have Saturn, Guru, Venus, Mercury and Rahu-Ketu. The retrograde movement is also called reverse movement of the planets.
Importance of solar eclipse
Even though solar eclipse is considered to be just an astronomical event in the eyes of science, but from the perspective of faith it is an inauspicious event. Therefore many things are considered in the eclipse. People dive into a holy river like the Ganges to avoid the inauspicious effects of the eclipse.
Chant Mahamrityunjaya Mantra
To avoid the ill effects caused by solar eclipse, one should chant the Mahamrityunjaya mantra on the day of eclipse. By doing this, the bad effect of eclipse becomes zero and the natives get good results. Mahamrityunjaya Mantra is very powerful and effective.
Sutak period of eclipse will take some time later
The sutak period of eclipse will take just a little while later. The Sutak period will take place tonight at 10:15, which will end with the eclipse. Many auspicious works are prohibited after applying sutak.
People will not be able to see solar eclipse due to weather failure
Due to bad weather in many places in North India, people will not be able to see the solar eclipse. According to meteorologists, chances of rain and cloudy day are being reported in many areas of North India on Sunday.
Shadow will disappear for a moment in solar eclipse
When the sun is above the Tropic of Cancer, there is a moment in the afternoon that when the shadow also leaves. On this day, the rays of the sun fall on the earth for about 15 to 16 hours. On the same day in the Southern Hemisphere, exactly the opposite happens.
Bihar’s capital Patna will have partial solar eclipse
This solar eclipse will be either complete or partial. It will be partially implemented in Patna, the capital of Bihar. The eclipse here will start at 10.37 am and will end at 2.10 am. It will be at its peak in 2 to 25 minutes. The total duration of the Khandgrass will be 3 hours 32 minutes.
Meditate on God during Sutak period
One should meditate on God during the sutak period of eclipse. According to religious beliefs, negativity increases during this time. Keep chanting the Lord’s meditation and mantras to avoid negativity. During this time, you can worship your deity.
Solar eclipse will be seen in these places
Tomorrow’s solar eclipse can be seen clearly in Africa and Asia. In addition, this solar eclipse will appear as a partial eclipse in southeast Europe, northern Australia. Viewing eclipse
Stay away from physical relation after applying sutak
The Sutak period in eclipse is an inauspicious time period. Therefore, Brahmacharya should be followed during the Sutak period. One should not make physical relations during this time. It is considered inauspicious to have a physical relationship during the eclipse period.
The only temple in the country where the Sutak period also fails
The doors of the temple are kept closed till the end of solar eclipse due to the eclipse of the Sutak period. The Mahakal temple of Ujjain is the only temple in the country where Sutak has no effect. Aarti is performed here according to daily rules.
Pregnant women must take this remedy during solar eclipse
According to religious beliefs, during the solar eclipse, pregnant women should keep a coconut near them to avoid the inauspicious effects of the eclipse. Before the beginning of the Sutak period, keep a coconut near you. This will pull out all the negativity of the coconut eclipse.
Due to solar eclipse, tomorrow may cover darkness
During the solar eclipse tomorrow, when the moon will cover about 99 percent of the sun, it can become dark on the earth at that time. The solar eclipse will be at its peak at 12:10 pm and this situation can be seen around this time. The eclipse will end at 3:00 pm.
These rules are about drinking water in eclipse
According to religious beliefs, water should not be consumed from the sutak period until the eclipse. Sick, Burjug and children can also eat food and take water during this time.
Do this work in solar eclipse to get merit
Ashadh Krishna Paksha Amavasya i.e. tomorrow, Khandagras, solar eclipse (Chudamani) is taking place. In this yoga, the virtuous fruit of bathing and donation is obtained. You should definitely donate something to needy people according to your zodiac sign. By doing this you will get auspicious results.
Do this before applying sutak, this work
should be done before the eclipse period of solar eclipse. This time the sutak period will start all over the country after 10.15 pm. Take food before this time. According to religious beliefs, food should not be taken from the sutak period till the end of the eclipse.
Ministry of Science and Technology has given information
Regarding solar eclipse, the Ministry of Science and Technology said that people living in Anupgarh, Suratgarh, Sirsa, Jakhal, Kurukshetra, Yamunanagar, Dehradun, Tapovan and Joshimath will be able to see the annular eclipse. In the rest of India, people can see partial eclipse.
The sun will be almost completely covered
In this eclipse, the Moon will cover about 99 percent of the Sun. The annular solar eclipse will appear like a sun bracelet. In it, the outermost part of the Sun will be seen while the middle part will be hidden by the Moon.
Amazing combination of planets and constellations is being made
At the time of solar eclipse, such a wonderful combination of planets and constellations is going to happen, which is being formed after the last 500 years. At the same time, 19 years ago, there was a solar eclipse on 21 June.
After this, the second and last solar eclipse of the year will be held in December.
This year, the first solar eclipse will occur tomorrow, and the second solar eclipse will occur on December 14. The second solar eclipse of the year will be a full solar eclipse. But it will not be seen in India. Therefore, Sutak period will not be valid here.
Along with the eclipse, there is also an International Yoga Day; tomorrow,
A circular eclipse is also happening and there is also an International Yoga Day. In such a situation, do yoga while looking at the eclipse. Stay at home and do yoga-exercises or pranayam from home.