Eclipse 2020 Date and Time in India: There are two eclipses in the month of June. These include both lunar and solar eclipses. Chandran will take place on 5-6th of the coming month. While there will be a solar eclipse on 21 June. Let's know the time of the eclipse and Sutak period in the month of June.
Chandra Grahan 2020 Date and Time in India: This month's lunar eclipse will be on 5 June. This is the second lunar eclipse of this year. The time of the lunar eclipse will start from 11 am to 15 minutes and on June 6 it will be at 2.34 pm. A second lunar eclipse will also be visible in India.
Sutak period of lunar eclipse
The Sutak period in an eclipse is an inauspicious time period. This Sutak period starts three hours before the lunar eclipse starts (one hour is 3 hours), which ends with the eclipse ends.
Surya Grahan 2020 Date and Time in India: Solar eclipse will occur on June 21 in the month of June. This will be the first solar eclipse of 2020 which will be a ring. This solar eclipse will be visible in India. On June 21, the solar eclipse will be at 9:15 in the morning, which will be at 2: 2 in the afternoon.
Sutak period of eclipse
You must have heard that auspicious actions are not done during the eclipse. This is because the Sutak period of the eclipse at that time is effective, which is a kind of inauspicious time. It takes 12 hours before the eclipse and ends with the eclipse.
Keep precautions during the eclipse
Pregnant women should not leave the house during the eclipse.
Eyeglasses should be applied during the eclipse.
Do not use knives, knives, or sharp-edged items during this period.
Do not consume food and water during the eclipse.
Worshiping and bathing at this time is also not considered auspicious.
To avoid the bad effects of the eclipse, chant the Maha Mritunjay Mantra.