Jaipur: After 148 years within the country, today an exquisite coincidence of Shani Jayanti and eclipse goes to happen. The sum of eclipse on Shani Jayanti goes to be formed after about 148 years. Earlier, the eclipse on Shani Jayanti happened on 26 May 1873. Allow us to tell you that Sun and Shani Dev are father-son and mythological belief that there are differences and separation between the 2.
This time Jyeshtha Bhavya Amavas falling on Thursday, June 10 are going to be special as Shani Jayanti and eclipse, Dhriti and Shool Yoga fall on an equivalent day. Consistent with date and time calculation, after 148 years this chance has come that eclipse goes to happen on Shani Jayanti. There'll even be an exquisite yoga of eclipse on June 10. However, just like the eclipse, this eclipse also will not be visible in India.
The first eclipse of the year 2021 happened on 26 May. Whereas the second eclipse goes to happen on 10th June 2021, Thursday. this may be a eclipse which may be partially visible in India. The eclipse will start at 1:42 pm and can end at 6.41 pm.
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Sutak period won't be valid
The eclipse are going to be visible only from parts of Arunachal Pradesh and Ladakh in India. Because this eclipse won't be seen in many places in India, so consistent with religious beliefs, its Sutak period won't be valid.
Where will the eclipse be visible?
This year, the annular eclipse are going to be visible from parts of Greenland, north-eastern Canada, the North Pole and therefore the Russian Fast East. While there'll be partial eclipse in Europe, North America, Asia, Arctic and Atlantic regions. In India, eclipse 2021 won't be visible, except in parts of Arunachal Pradesh and Ladakh. Whereas consistent with civil time in Greenland, the 'Ring of Fire' are going to be visible when it reaches its peak within the afternoon. From there it'll be visible over the North Pole and Siberia.
Madan Gupta Saptu, Astrologer