This being the last eclipse of the year, there is a lot of enthusiasm among the sky watchers. However, scientists have advised them to avoid watching the event with naked eyes.
The eclipse will take place at 4:56:52 pm and the Sarva Moksha will occur at 6:26:52 pm. Cooking, food intake and rituals of deities are prohibited from 4.57 am.
The timetable of rituals to be performed at Srimandir in Puri has also been chalked out keeping the eclipse in view.
Skygazers can witness a rare partial solar eclipse on October 25, a day after Diwali. People in several countries including India will get view of the celestial event.
Days after people were treated to the most beautiful cosmic phenomena - the Total Lunar Eclipse or brilliance of a Blood Moon - sky gazers are now set to witness another cosmic event on Thursday (June 10).
After the majestic super blood moon phenomenon, there's another celestial event an, annular solar eclipse ready to mesmerize the skygazers next week on June 10.
New Delhi: India on Sunday witnessed annular solar eclipse or ‘surya grahan’ 2020, the third eclipse even for this year after first two lunar eclipses took place in January and June and the last annual solar eclipse of this decade. The solar eclipse started from around 9 a.m. across the Indian map as the Sun, […]