Surya Grahan 2021 Timing: The first solar eclipse of this year will happen on June 10, 2021. Although this will be the second eclipse of this year, because the first eclipse of the year 2021 was seen as a lunar eclipse on 26 May. This solar eclipse will be visible in India only in Arunachal Pradesh and Ladakh shortly before sunset. Apart from this, this solar eclipse will not be visible from other parts of India. Although it will be a total solar eclipse, but in India it will be in the form of a partial solar eclipse.
Solar Eclipse India In When will see
This annular solar eclipse will start at 1.42 pm Indian time and will end at 6.41 pm. Talking about the visibility of this solar eclipse in India, it can be seen from near Dibang Wildlife Sanctuary in Arunachal Pradesh at around 5:52 pm. Whereas in the northern part of Ladakh it will be visible at around 6 pm.
Here will see full Sun eclipse
This solar eclipse will be visible in large parts of North America, northern Canada, Europe and Asia, Greenland, Russia. Although annular in Canada, Greenland and Russia, while most parts of North America, Europe and North Asia will only see a partial solar eclipse.
148 year after become Stayed is wonderful a coincidence
According to the calculations of astrology or solar eclipse, after about 148 years, on the day of Shani Jayanti. Tomorrow i.e. June 10 is the new moon day of Jyeshtha month. According to the Panchang, Shani Jayanti is celebrated every year on the new moon day of Jyeshtha.
According to astrological calculations, the sum of solar eclipse on Shani Jayanti is being formed after about 148 years. Earlier, on 26 May 1873, there was a solar eclipse on the day of Shani Jayanti. However, such an event is not considered auspicious from a religious point of view.