New Delhi: Eclipse is considered inauspicious in Sanatan Dharma. So far in the year 2023, there has been a solar eclipse and a lunar eclipse. The first lunar eclipse took place on 20 April, while the eclipse took place last week on 5 May. According to the Panchang, both these eclipses were not unknown in India.
According to astrology, auspicious work is prohibited during solar eclipse and lunar eclipse. The Sutak period starts shortly before the eclipse takes place. In the year 2023, a total of 4 solar eclipses and lunar eclipses are taking place. Of these, 2 are solar eclipse and 2 are lunar eclipse. Out of these, one solar eclipse and one lunar eclipse have taken place and now one solar eclipse and one lunar eclipse are yet to take place. The next eclipse of the year will be the solar eclipse. When will this second solar eclipse take place and what will be its effect in India, let us know about it.
The first solar eclipse of the year took place on 20 April 2023 and now the second and last solar eclipse of the year will take place on 14 October 2023. This solar eclipse will replace the new moon day of Ashwin month and will be a partial solar eclipse. The second solar eclipse of the year in India will begin at 8.34 pm on Saturday, October 14, 2023, and end at 2.25 am.
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The second and last solar eclipse of the year will not be visible in India. Tied its Sutak period will also not be valid. The second solar eclipse of the year will be visible from Brazil, Paraguay, Jamaica, Haiti, America, Chile, Dominica, Bahamas, Canada, Argentina, Colombia, Mexico, Cuba, Barbados, Antigua etc.
The second solar eclipse of the year is seen in Virgo and Chitra Nakshatra. Its auspicious and inauspicious effect is found on zodiac signs. Some stranded people will have to be cautious during the solar eclipse, such as do not go out during the solar eclipse and do not take any important decisions.
A ring-wide type of figure is formed during a solar eclipse when the Moon moves in the middle of the Sun during a solar eclipse. This is called annular or annular solar eclipse.