Solar Eclipse In India: Here Are Some Rules To Follow


Bhubaneswar: The partial solar eclipse which will occur on October 25 will be visible in various parts of India in a phased manner.

It will start at 4:29 pm and end at 5:42 pm in India. As soon as the clock strikes 12 and the date turns 25, the shadow (sutak) of the solar eclipse starts at 04:49 am early morning.

This time is of utmost importance for the awakening of our self-consciousness and escalating by reciting mantras and chanting.

The count becomes thousand-fold. Don’t use your japmala or aasan during this time, count it by some other means and sit on a darbh aasan.

Once the solar eclipse is over, one should take a bath and then visit a temple.

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