Solar eclipse on June 10 -- Sutak period, astrologically, not applicable to Indians this time

Solar eclipse on June 10 -- Sutak period, astrologically, not applicable to Indians this time
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  • The first solar eclipse of this year will happen on Thursday, June 10. The upcoming solar eclipse will be a spectacular event described as a ring of fire.

  • Unfortunately, this year’s solar eclipse will not be visible from India.

  • No Sutak period (dos and don’ts during eclipse) is applicable in India as this solar eclipse will not be visible from here.
A solar eclipse is a rare astronomical event that results when the Moon passing in between the Earth and the Sun blocks the Sun’s light reaching the Earth for a few minutes. Eclipses happen in different fashions depending on the position of these three celestial bodies.

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The first solar eclipse of 2021

Described as the annular solar eclipse, the first solar eclipse for the year will happen on Thursday, 10 June 2021. According to Timeanddate.com, this solar eclipse will start at 01:42 pm and will last till 06:41 pm.
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Will the solar eclipse be visible in India?

This time, Indians won’t be able to see this spectacular event, as the first solar eclipse of 2021 will not be visible from India. US’ space agency NASA’s account says the solar eclipse on 10 June 2021 can be seen from Canada. The Canadians will be able to glimpse this event only for three minutes.

When will the next solar eclipse be in 2021?
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The next solar eclipse will be seen on Saturday, December 4, 2021. Even this solar eclipse will not be visible from India.

The astrological implications of solar eclipses

Solar or lunar eclipses are told to impact people, astrologically, only when they are spotted in the geographies where they live. 2021 will see two solar eclipses and neither of them can be seen from India. Hence, all the leading astrologers say Indians need not worry about the Sutak period. No ‘dos and don’ts’ are prescribed for these two solar eclipses in 2021 for Indians, as they cannot be seen from India.
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Solar eclipse -- dos and don’ts

During solar and lunar eclipses, astrology says people belonging to different stars are affected differently. While people of some signs get to reap positive benefits, persons of some zodiac signs can face adverse results.

Consuming food, handling sharp objects, and indulging in enjoyment are prohibited during eclipses. Prayers and worship done during eclipses can benefit people immensely. Chanting Gayatri mantra and slokas of Lord Vishnu will help avert the negative results of eclipses.
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The Sutak period, when people are advised to give up the regular and important activities during eclipses, does not apply to both the solar eclipses in 2021 for people in India as neither of these eclipses will be visible from India.


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