The first solar and lunar eclipse of this year has already taken place. Now the second eclipse of the year is taking place. According to astrologers, the second and last solar-lunar eclipse of the year will take place in October. There is a gap of 15 days between the two eclipses. The solar eclipse of October falls on Ashwin Amavasya. But the lunar eclipse will be visible on Ashwin Purnima. When and in which auspicious time will both the eclipses take place. Also, know whether Sutak period is happening in that period or not.
When will the last solar eclipse of the year take place?
According to religious scholars, the last solar eclipse of the year will begin on October 14 at 8.34 pm. After about 6 hours, the eclipse will end on October 15 at 2.25 pm. The special thing is that this solar eclipse will take place in Virgo and Chitra Nakshatra. The special thing is that this solar eclipse will not be visible in India. That means there is no Sutak season in India. This eclipse will be visible in many countries including Brazil, Canada, America, Jamaica, Cuba, Mexico, Ecuador, Guatemala, Paraguay.
This day is the last lunar eclipse of the year
Now let’s talk about the last lunar eclipse of this year (2023). This lunar eclipse will be on October 29 from 1:06 pm to 2:22 pm. This eclipse can be seen in India. Its duration is 1 hour 16 minutes. This will be known as Full Moon Eclipse.
Sutak period in India?
According to astrologers, the Sutak period in India will begin at 2.52 pm on October 28, 9 hours before the lunar eclipse on October 29. The Sutak period ends only when the lunar eclipse ends late at night. Many auspicious works are prohibited during this type of Sutak period. Pregnant women should take special care during this time.
Do not do this work even during Sutak period.
Pregnant women should not step out of the house during Sutak. During this, sleeping is also prohibited. However, this rule does not apply to sick people. During this Sutak both eating and cooking is prohibited. The doors of the temples are closed during the Sutak period. Worship is not done during this time.
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