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Solar Eclipse

Many types of questions will be coming in your mind regarding solar eclipse 2020 (Surya Grahan 2020). Like when is there a solar eclipse in the year 2020? How many solar eclipses are there in the year 2020? Or what is the time and date of solar eclipse occurring in the year 2020? This is natural, because there is a fear in our mind about the eclipse. Then whether it is solar eclipse or lunar eclipse.

What is Solar Eclipse?

In this article, we are going to discuss about the solar eclipse in 2020 in detail. Therefore, in this article you will find all the questions related to solar eclipse in your mind. We will know the time and date of solar eclipse occurring this year and where their visibility will be and how it will affect your life. Since many types of precautions regarding eclipse are also mentioned, then in this article we will also know what things we should take care of during solar eclipse and what measures we should take to avoid them.

As we know solar eclipse is an astronomical event and this astronomical event happens every year. However, their numbers fluctuate. This year solar eclipse will occur twice. The first solar eclipse is taking place on June 21, which will be annular. The sutak period will begin 12 hours earlier which will end after the eclipse. The first solar eclipse of 2020 will be visible in India. Apart from this, it will also be seen in Southeast Asia, Indian Ocean, Pacific Ocean, Africa and North America and most of South America.

At the same time, the second solar eclipse of the year is happening on the last month of the year i.e. December 14, it will be a full solar eclipse. The sutak period will begin 12 hours earlier which will end after the eclipse. This year's second solar eclipse will be visible in the southern part of the continent of Africa, most of South America, the Pacific Ocean, the Atlantic and the Indian Ocean, besides Antarctica.

2020 Solar Eclipse Time
First solar eclipse 2020

Date 21 June 2020 Solar Eclipse Starts from 09:15:58 am Solar Eclipse ends at 15: 04: 01 am Visual areas India, Southeast Europe, Indian Ocean, Pacific Ocean, Africa and North America and most of South America.

Second Solar Eclipse 2020

Date December 14, 2020 Solar Eclipse Starts From 19:55:55 Sun Eclipse End 00:23:03 PM Visual Area The southern part of the continent of Africa, most of South America, the Pacific Ocean, the Atlantic and Indian Ocean and Antarctica.

Solar Eclipse from 2020

According to astrological calculations, the first solar eclipse of the year 2020 is seen in Gemini and Mrigashira Nakshatra. While the second solar eclipse of the year will fall in the Scorpio zodiac and Jyestha constellation. In such a situation, the eclipse will be seen directly on the natives related to the zodiac signs and constellations in which the solar eclipse is occurring. Apart from this, all other zodiac signs will also have different forms.

In Vedic astrology, Sun is considered to be the factor of the soul, father and king. Therefore it is also the principal planet among all the planets. Apart from this, the Sun planet is also considered to be a factor in positions of high authority in government service. Surya owns the Leo sign. It is high in Aries, while it is low in Libra. Day and night are possible only because of the sun. Due to this, seasons are formed on the earth. According to astrological calculations, the Sun remains in one zodiac for about a month. Generally, the movement of the Sun from one zodiac sign to another is known as solar month. The entry of Sun in this zodiac sign is also called Sankranti. In this series, when the Sun enters Capricorn, it is known as Makar Sankranti. We all know how important the Makar Sankranti is in Hinduism.

The planet closest to the Sun in the sky is Mercury, and the conjunction of the Sun with Mercury in the horoscope creates the Budhaditya Yoga. Through this yoga, a person becomes sharp intellectual power. He occupies a high position in government service.

As such, Shani Dev is the son of Sun God. But they hate the enemy among themselves. Therefore, Saturn is considered the enemy planet of the Sun. Apart from this, Venus is also an enemy of the Sun. At the same time, when it comes to friendship, Chandra, Mars and Guru Planets are friends of Sun. It is necessary to know here that any planet is afflicted with strong and enemy planets along with its friends.

The Hindu Panchag, also known as the Vedic Panchang, is also calculated based on the Sun. Since the Vedic almanac is composed of the sum of the five limbs (date, constellation, Karana, war, yoga). In this, the calculation of the date is also called the period from one sunrise to another sunrise.

Why does solar eclipse occur?

As we said, it is an astronomical phenomenon. After analyzing this phenomenon, it is known that three planets have to come in a straight line to make this event. In this, the Moon comes between the Sun and the Earth, due to which the Karan of the Sun does not reach the Earth. If the Moon covers the Sun completely, it is called a full solar eclipse, if it partially covers it is called a partial solar eclipse. On seeing this astronomical event from the earth, it seems as if the moon has covered the sun with its shape.

Solar eclipse 2020 as per Indian mythology.

According to astrology, the process of eclipse is due to Rahu Ketu. According to the legend, it is said that when the sea churned between the gods and the demons, the nectar that came out of the churn at that time was forcefully taken away from the gods by the asuras. If the demons had drunk that nectar, the world would have been destroyed. Therefore, Lord Vishnu took the form of a beautiful woman named Mohini to prevent Asuras from consuming nectar.

During this time Mohini took the nectar from the demons and cleverly began to divide it among the gods, but Lord Vishnu understood this trick as a monster called Swarbhanu and he sat in the form of a group of gods. They were all looking at the moon and the sun. Then, as soon as Swarabhanu took amritpan, both of them opened his bud. Lord Vishnu then separated Swarbhanu's neck from his torso with his Sudarshan Charak.

Swarabhanu did not die due to drinking nectar, so his head was called Rahu and Torso Ketu. Both were given the position of the shadow planet in the sky. Rahu and Ketu are believed to curse the Sun and Moon as an eclipse due to this hatred.

Solar Eclipse 2020: Precautions and Remedies

In the scriptures, eclipse is considered a defect and you know that the result of a defect is negative. The sutak applied during the eclipse period is religiously important. Because when the eclipse of the eclipse starts, it is forbidden to do many things at that time. According to science, it is also said that the sun should not be seen with the naked eye. However, there are many tasks that are performed during the eclipse. Mostly it has pooja deeds. It is advisable to take some special precautions during sutak. like -

  • Do not start any new work when the planet gets hit. Because this period is inauspicious for new work.
  • Cooking and eating food is prohibited at the time of sutak. Therefore, if you get a thread, do not do these tasks at all.
  • Stool, urine and defecation during sutak are also not good. Therefore, avoid these tasks during the eclipse period. You can do this Sutak before or after.
  • From a religious point of view, it is believed that at this time it is inauspicious to touch the deity idol and the basil plant. Therefore, you should avoid doing this.
  • During cleaning, teeth should not be cleaned and hair should be combed.
  • During solar eclipse, there are some such tasks, by which the effects of eclipse defect are zero or very weak. These actions are one of the ways in which the side effects of eclipse can be avoided. These tasks are
  • At the time of solar eclipse, one should meditate, worship and sing hymns to God.
  • Eclipse defects can be avoided by chanting mantras related to solar eclipse.
  • Once the solar eclipse is over, do these tasks
  • When the eclipse is over, spray Ganga water or mop with cow dung for purification of the house.
  • After the eclipse ends, take a bath and also bathe the idols of the deities and worship them.
  • After the end of sutak period, make fresh food and then take it. If you have already prepared food, then add basil leaf in it and purify it.
Precautions for pregnant women during solar eclipse

When a baby is growing in the womb of any woman, then that woman should take more precautions towards her health. If there is a special solar eclipse, then the pregnant woman should take special care. The woman should remain at home at the time of eclipse. He should not quit.

Also, during this period, pregnant women should not do embroidery, weaving, spinning, sewing, as it directly affects the child's body. Also they should neither chop nor peel the vegetables. It is believed that the use of a knife and needle at the time of eclipse causes damage to the organs of the unborn child.

Chant this mantra in solar eclipse

"ॐ आदित्याय विदमहे दिवाकराय धीमहि तन्नो सूर्य: प्रचोदयात्”

If you chant this mantra 108 times or 1008 times during solar eclipse, you get the benefit of it and the side effect of solar eclipse is destroyed. Apart from this, the person can avoid the defect of solar eclipse by reciting the seed of solar eclipse and tantric mantra. On the other hand, the person who worships the sun machine at the time of the Sutak during the solar eclipse gets the blessings of the sun planet.

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