The first solar eclipse of this year is going to happen on June 10. However, it will be visible only in Arunachal Pradesh and Ladakh of India. It will start at 1.42 pm Indian time and will end at 6.41 pm. The phenomenon of annular solar eclipse occurs more than once a year, but every time it is no less than a wonderful sight for scientists and those interested in astronomical events.
Let us tell you that this event occurs when the Sun, Moon, and Earth come in a straight line. In such a situation, the Moon completely blocks the light of the Sun for some time. In this case, a solar eclipse occurs. When the sun's light slowly comes out from behind the moon, at one time its glow appears like a diamond ring, which is also called the Ring of Fire.
Talking about India, it can be seen from near Dibang Wildlife Sanctuary in Arunachal Pradesh at around 5:52 pm. At the same time, it will be visible in the northern part of Ladakh at around 6 pm. Apart from India, this phenomenon can also be seen in North America, Northern Canada, Europe and large parts of Asia, Greenland, Russia. Although annular in Canada, Greenland and Russia, while most parts of North America, Europe and North Asia will see only a partial solar eclipse. In an annular solar eclipse, the moon covers the sun in such a way that only the outer part of the sun is visible from it. During this, the central part of the sun is completely covered behind the moon.
Let us tell you that the religious significance of solar eclipse in India is very high. If seen religiously, then this Vat is being observed on the day of Savitri fast. Apart from this, Shani Jayanti and Jyeshtha Amavasya are also on this day. Religiously, its importance increases even more because the eclipse on Shani Jayanti is being formed after about 148 years. Earlier, on 26 May 1873, there was an eclipse on the day of Shani Jayanti. However, such an event is not considered auspicious from a religious point of view.
Religiously, if we talk about Sutak in this eclipse, then it will not be valid here. This is because the Sutak period is valid for the same eclipse which is visible in itself. And because this solar eclipse is not visible in India, it will not be valid here.
From the religious point of view, new and demanding work is not considered auspicious on this day. At the same time, both cooking or eating food at the time of eclipse is not auspicious. It is also forbidden to touch and worship the idol of God during the eclipse. Tulsi plant is also not touched at the time of eclipse. Sleeping during eclipse should also be avoided.