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Surya Grahan Solar Eclipse Date Diwali 2022 And Sutak Kaal Time: Diwali is on Monday, 24 October and the next day i.e. on 25 October is the last solar eclipse of the year, then Govardhan Puja. According to the Hindu calendar, the festival of Diwali is celebrated every year on Kartik Amavasya Tithi by worshiping Lakshmi-Ganesh and Govardhan Puja is performed on the next day. But this time there will be a partial solar eclipse soon after Diwali. After many years, the second day of Diwali is not Govardhan Puja but there is a difference of one day. Such a coincidence of solar eclipse between Diwali and Govardhan Puja is happening after many years. According to a calculation, after the last 1300 years, with the solar eclipse falling between two major festivals, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus and Saturn will all be present in their respective zodiac signs. This last partial solar eclipse of the year will be visible in many parts of India. If the solar eclipse is visible in India, its Sutak period will be valid. Due to which religious beliefs related to the eclipse will be followed. Will go Let us know all the information related to the solar eclipse on October 25 and its effect in detail.
At what time will the solar eclipse start in India?
Solar Eclipse Date: 25 October 2022
Solar Eclipse Timings (Indian Time): from 16:22 to 17:42
Solar Eclipse Time Duration:1 hour 19 minutes
Where will the solar eclipse be visible in India
- According to the calculation of Vedic calendar, solar eclipse always takes place on Amavasya tithi. This time Kartik Amavasyata date is October 25 and there will be a partial solar eclipse on this day. According to the astronomers of the country, the solar eclipse after Diwali will be easily visible in the northern and western parts of the country, while this eclipse will not be visible in the eastern parts because the sunset will be early here. The eclipse will start in India only after 4 pm.
Solar eclipse will be visible here in the country-
- Delhi, Rajasthan, West Tezzbuzz, Gujarat, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand. Jammu, Srinagar, Leh and Ladakh
Solar eclipse will be visible for some time in these parts of the country-
- Parts of South India such as Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Mumbai, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Odisha, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Bengal
Solar eclipse will not be visible in these parts of the country
- Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur and Nagaland in the eastern parts of the country
Solar eclipse will happen in this zodiac
- According to astrological calculations, after Diwali, that is, on October 25, the solar eclipse will take place in Libra.
In which parts of the world will the solar eclipse be visible
- On October 25, the last solar eclipse of the year will take place, then on November 08, there will also be a total lunar eclipse. This solar eclipse occurs in Europe, North-East Africa, Central and Western Asia, Asia, Australia, America and the Pacific Ocean.
solar eclipse and astrological coincidence
- This year, on the next day of Diwali, the sum of the solar eclipse and the sum of the planets is being formed after 1300 years. Four planets will be present in their own zodiac at the time of eclipse. In which all the four planets Mercury, Jupiter, Saturn and Venus will be present in their respective zodiac. Saturn will be in Capricorn, Jupiter will be in Pisces, Mercury will be in Virgo and Venus will be in Libra.
When will the Sutak period of solar eclipse start?
- Due to partial solar eclipse in India, its Sutak period will be valid. From religious point of view, Sutak period is not considered auspicious. Worship and auspicious work are prohibited in Sutak. According to the calculation of the Hindu calendar, the solar eclipse will start around 4 pm on October 25. When a solar eclipse occurs, the Sutak period starts 12 hours before the eclipse begins. This eclipse will last for about one and a half hours.
Do’s and Don’ts in Eclipse?
- Whenever there is an eclipse, the Sutak period starts before it. The Sutak period begins 12 hours before a solar eclipse and 5 hours before a lunar eclipse. The Sutak period is considered inauspicious, so worshiping, religious rituals and auspicious works are not done when the Sutak is applied. The doors of the temple are closed. Neither food is cooked nor eaten during the eclipse. Mantras are chanted during the eclipse and after the eclipse, bathing and donating with Ganges water is done. At the end of the eclipse, the whole house is sprinkled with Gangajal.
what not to do
- One should never do any auspicious work or worship of gods and goddesses during an eclipse.
- One should neither cook food nor eat or drink anything during the eclipse.
- Pregnant women should not watch the eclipse or go out of the house during the eclipse.
- One should not touch other trees and plants including Tulsi during the eclipse.
What to do
- Before the eclipse starts, that is, when the Sutak period is in effect, already broken basil leaves should be kept in the food items.
- During the eclipse, you should remember the names of your favored deities.
- Mantras should be chanted during the eclipse to reduce its effect.
- Gangajal should be sprinkled all over the house after the eclipse is over.
What are the things pregnant women should keep in mind during solar eclipse?
According to religious beliefs, pregnant women should take special precautions during the eclipse. Pregnant women should neither watch the eclipse nor go out of the house during the eclipse. Pregnant women are advised to take special precautions during the eclipse, there are many religious beliefs and scientific facts behind this. During the eclipse, if the proud women watch the solar eclipse or go out, then there is a negative effect on the newborn baby in the womb. The rays emanating from the sun during an eclipse have a bad effect on the health of the mother and the child. From the point of view of astrology, the effect of bad planets Rahu-Ketu on the Sun and Moon is maximum at the time of eclipse. For this reason, there may be some defect related to these planets in the child’s horoscope.
- Pregnant women should avoid going out during the eclipse.
- Pregnant women should not watch the solar eclipse.
- Pregnant women must take a bath before and after the eclipse begins.
- Pregnant women should avoid using any sharp object during the eclipse.
- Pregnant women should avoid sleeping during solar eclipse.
Why are basil leaves added to food and drink during an eclipse?
- During solar eclipse and lunar eclipse, Tulsi leaves are put in all the food and drink when the sutak is applied. It is believed that by doing this, all kinds of negative rays of eclipse do not fall on food and drink.
- During the eclipse, negative and contaminating rays are spread in the atmosphere which has been considered injurious to health. Tulsi leaves have great importance in Ayurveda. Basil leaves are lifesaving. Tulsi has a lot of anti-bacterial and iron elements. By consuming it, the immunity of the person increases.
- According to religious beliefs, all kinds of food and drink become impure during a solar eclipse. For this reason, basil leaves are put in the food items so that there is no negative effect of solar eclipse.
- Keep in mind that whenever there is an eclipse, Tulsi leaves should not be broken during that time. Tulsi leaves should be plucked and kept a day before the eclipse. Apart from the eclipse, tulsi leaves should not be broken even on Sundays and new moon days. Only the fallen leaves of Tulsi should be used.
health effects during solar eclipse
All animals, humans and plants get their energy from the sun. The sun is the biggest source of energy. In astrology, the Sun is considered the factor of light and life. In such a situation, during a solar eclipse, the power of the sun gets weakened for some time, which definitely affects everyone. There are some such effects on health during solar eclipse.
- feeling tired and lethargic
- effects on pregnant women
- eye side effects
- bad effect on digestive system
- psychotic effects
When does a solar eclipse occur?
- From the religious point of view, the event of eclipse is considered very inauspicious. No auspicious work or worship of any kind is done during the eclipse. But solar and lunar eclipses are considered a celestial event. A solar eclipse occurs when the Moon completely covers the Sun, in which case the Sun’s rays do not reach the Earth. This phenomenon is called solar eclipse or total solar eclipse. On the other hand, when the Moon covers only some parts of the Sun, it is called a partial solar eclipse. In this situation some of the sun’s rays reach the earth or not. And when the Moon covers the center of the Sun, the Sun appears like a ring. This is called annular solar eclipse.
- type of solar eclipse
The last solar eclipse of the year will happen on October 25. This will be a partial solar eclipse. There are three types of solar eclipses. total solar eclipse, annular solar eclipse and partial solar eclipse
remedies during solar eclipse
During a solar eclipse, there are corrupt and negative energies present all around. In such a situation, to avoid them and to get benefits, some measures are taken related to the Sun God.
- It is appropriate to worship the Sun God during a solar eclipse.
- During the solar eclipse, chant this mantra: “Om Adityaaya Vidamahe Divakaraaya Dhimahi Tanno: Surya: Prachodayat”.
- Chant Mahamrityunjaya Mantra dedicated to Lord Shiva for good health and freedom from defects during solar eclipse.
- Donation and Ganga bath have special significance on solar eclipse.
These zodiac signs can have an effect- Taurus, Gemini, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio and Capricorn
- This last solar eclipse of the year will take place in Libra. Whenever there is a solar eclipse, it has an effect on the conditions of the country and the world as well as on the lives of the people. The maximum effect of this solar eclipse will be on the people of Taurus, Gemini, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio and Capricorn. They may face health related problems. There may be an increase in financial troubles. Income will be less. There may be differences with the spouse. Loss of money and reputation may get hurt.
How much shadow of solar eclipse on Diwali Mahaparva?
- This year the solar eclipse will take place on the next day of Diwali i.e. on 25th October. For this reason, Diwali will be celebrated a day after Govardhan Puja on the next day i.e. on 26th October after the eclipse. This time Diwali is October 24 and the worship of Lakshmi-Ganesh has special significance on this festival. There is a law to do Lakshmi Puja on Diwali in Pradosh Kaal and stable Lagna.
- The Amavasya Tithi of Kartik month will start from 05:29 PM on October 24, 2022 and will end the next day on October 25, 2022 at 04:20 PM. There will be a solar eclipse on the next day on October 25, but it will not have any effect on Diwali. On October 25, the partial solar eclipse will start at 04:49 Indian time and will last till 06.06.
Muhurta for Diwali Lakshmi Puja: 06:54 PM to 08:16 PM
Puja Duration: 1 hour 21 minutes
Taurus Period: 06:53 to 08:48 minutes
Pradosh period: From 05:43 to 08:16 minutes