Read on to learn about the date and time of the second eclipse of the year and the things related to the Sutak period.
The solar eclipse is considered an astronomical event, but it is also relevant to astrology. There are two types of eclipses, a solar eclipse and a lunar eclipse. The solar eclipse takes place on the day of the new moon and the lunar eclipse takes place on the day of the full moon.
It is said that this solar eclipse on the day of the new moon also affects some constellations. There are mainly two solar eclipses this year, one on April 30, 2022 and the other on October 25, 2022, so today.
This solar eclipse is considered more important as it occurs a day after Diwali. Read on to learn about the date and time of the second eclipse of the year and the things related to the Sutak period.
Date and time of the second solar eclipse of 2022
The second eclipse of the year starts on October 25, from 04:29:10 The second eclipse of the year ends on October 25 until 05:42:01
While the solar eclipse will not be visible in India, its effects will be visible for some time to come.
Parts of the world will be visible the second eclipse
The second eclipse of the year will be mostly visible in southwestern Asia, Europe, northeastern Africa and the Atlantic Ocean.
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According to astrology, the Sutak period (an inauspicious time) begins about 12 hours before the onset of the eclipse and during this time the doors of the temples should be closed and no work such as worship should be performed. However, it is a partial solar eclipse in India, therefore the Sutak period will not occur. This is because the Sutak period is only valid during a total solar eclipse.
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What not to do during a solar eclipse
According to astrology, no food should be eaten during the solar eclipse. During this time, do not cut or sew anything. It is believed that pregnant women should not use knives during this time.
However, the above three are just superstitious beliefs. The only thing to follow is this: don’t look at the sun with the naked eye, as this can damage your retina.
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