Surya Grahan 2022: First Solar Eclipse of 2022, know its date, timings, precautions and more

Publish Date: 02 May, 2022 |
 

Surya Grahan 2022: The first solar eclipse of the year is on April 30. There is a partial solar eclipse on Saturday 30th April from 12.15 pm onwards. Due to the partial solar eclipse, it will not be visible in India, so its Sutak period will not be valid in India. Due to the absence of the Sutak period, there will be no hindrance in any kind of religious work in India. The solar eclipse will start at 12:15 at midnight and will last till 04:07 in the morning. After this, there is a coincidence of solar eclipse happening on 25 October 2022.

Pandit Vipan Sharma, a resident of Jawali, Kangra, said that the first solar eclipse of 2022 and Shani Amavasya remain a special coincidence. Such a coincidence has happened years later. On Shani Amavasya, Ganga bath, donation and offering of ancestors are done to get rid of Shani defects. At the same time, there are indications of special benefits for the people of some zodiac signs due to such coincidences. These include Aries, Cancer and Scorpio, but it will have no effect in India.


Precautions During Solar Eclipse

  • According to religious beliefs, the rays of the solar eclipse should not fall on pregnant women, so pregnant women should take special care during the eclipse.

  • Pregnant women should not do Bhajan at this time. Before the solar eclipse, put Tulsi leaves or Gangajal on the cooked food already kept.

  • Pregnant women should stay away from sharp objects like needles, knives, and scissors during the solar eclipse. It is said that using them can cause side effects on the unborn child.

  • When the solar eclipse starts and till the end of the eclipse, pregnant women should not come out of the house, because it has a negative effect on the unborn child.


 

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