Solar Eclipse 2020: Importance and effects of last Surya Grahan in India
It will have a total duration of five hours. The eclipse, which will be held at 03:00 in the evening of 07, will be at 12.23 in the night.
New Delhi: The second and last solar eclipse of the year 2020 is scheduled to start at 7 pm today. It will have a total duration of five hours. The eclipse, which will be held at 03:00 in the evening of 07, will be at 12.23 in the night. Earlier on June 21, there was a solar eclipse. It affects humans.
Therefore it is advisable to take some precautions. The sutak starts 12 hours before the eclipse. However, this eclipse will not be seen in India. Therefore, there will not be any fear. Even after this, the rules of Sutak must be followed. Let's know what to do and what not to do during solar eclipse.
Solar eclipse timing in India:
The last solar eclipse of the year will take place from 7 pm to 3 min from 12 pm to 23 pm according to the time of India on 14 December. The total duration of this eclipse will be about 5 hours. The solar eclipse will be at 9:43 pm.
What to to during Surya Grahan?
Sutak starts 12 hours before the solar eclipse. It has an impact on our lives. This is the reason that at this time it is forbidden to make noise, eat and drink and do any other auspicious work. Add basil leaves to the food. This will not make things shattered by the eclipse effect.
Food items get contaminated with the introduction of sutak. Due to this, food is prohibited. This gold is also forbidden. However, this rule does not apply to children, the elderly and the sick.
Breaking and touching the basil leaf is prohibited during sutak. During this time, touching of idols of deities is also forbidden. During this follow Brahmacharya.
During the eclipse, it is forbidden to touch the idols of the deities, but chanting mantras during this time is very fruitful. Take bath and donate after the eclipse is over. Spray Ganga Jal at home.