Surya Grahan 2022: The first solar eclipse of the year 2022 is going to take place on Saturday, 30 April. Although the solar eclipse in India will be partial, but everyone should be careful about the astronomical effects.
According to religious scientist Pandit Vaibhav Joshi, the solar eclipse will start at 12.15 pm on Saturday and will end at 04:07 am on Sunday, May 1. Pregnant women are advised to take special precautions during the eclipse period.
The celestial event happening in the sky has an effect on everyone in the world in some way or the other. The effect of an eclipse can be both good and bad. The harmful rays emanating from the sun during the eclipse affect the health of human beings.
Pregnant women and children are most affected by these harmful rays. Therefore, these people are advised to take special precautions. Pregnant women are advised to stay indoors during the eclipse period.
Pregnant women should not use any sharp objects at the time of the solar eclipse. It is believed that doing so can lead to deformities in their baby. At this time they should not do any sewing work of any kind.
During the solar eclipse, pregnant women should avoid cutting vegetables, sewing clothes and using sharp or sharp tools. This may cause physical defects in the child.
To avoid the ill effects of the solar eclipse, a pregnant woman should recite Hanuman Chalisa and Durga Stuti by placing Tulsi leaves on her tongue.
After the end of the solar eclipse, a pregnant woman must take a bath, otherwise, the baby may suffer from skin diseases.
During this, pregnant women should do mental chanting. This has a good effect on the physical and mental health of the unborn baby.
Pregnant women should apply ocher paste on their stomach before the eclipse period starts.
-Pandit Vaibhav Jai Joshi