Sunday, 13 December 2020

Solar Eclipse 2020: Know The Time, Importance and Impact of Solar Eclipse on 14 December

Solar Eclipse 2020: On Monday, December 14, the last solar eclipse of the year (Solar Eclipse 2020) will be held. Surya Grahan will not be visible in India, due to which the Sutak period will not be valid here.

The last solar eclipse of the year 2020 (Solar Eclipse 2020) will be held on Monday, December 14. This time the solar eclipse is falling on the day of Somvati Amavasya in Margashirsha month. This solar eclipse (Surya Grahan) will not be seen in India, so the Sutak period of the eclipse will not be valid here. Due to not being visible in India, there will be no ban on any kind of work during the eclipse period.

What is a Solar Eclipse?

When Moon comes between Earth and Sun, this situation is called Solar Eclipse.

Solar Eclipse Time

The solar eclipse will begin on December 14 at 07:00 am, the maximum will be at 09:44 and the eclipse will end at 1224 hours. This eclipse will not be visible in India. This eclipse will be seen in South America, the Atlantic, South-West Africa, and parts of the Pacific Ocean.

Effect and Importance of Solar Eclipse

A Solar Eclipse is an astronomical event. It does not have a significant impact on human life. But it has been considered very important in astrology. Solar Eclipse has a great impact on zodiac signs. But this time solar eclipse is not visible in India, so it will not affect any zodiac sign.

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