Both astrology and religion view eclipses as unlucky. Auspicious works are therefore forbidden during solar and lunar eclipses. Additionally, the Sutak period begins just before the eclipse. There will be a combined total of 4 solar and lunar eclipses in 2023. There are two solar and two lunar eclipses among them. Also, previously there have been one solar eclipse and one lunar eclipse, and there will still be one solar and one lunar eclipse. The solar eclipse will be the following eclipse of the year.
India’s Exposure to the next solar eclipse
In astrology, the eclipse incidence is valued highly. The second and last surya grahan of the year will take place on October 14, 2023, following the first of the year on April 20, 2023. This Kankanakrit eclipse will occur on the new moon day of the Ashwin lunar month. On Saturday, October 14, 2023, at 8:34 p.m. local time, India will see the second eclipse of the year, which will end at 0:25 a.m.
Its Sutak period will also be invalid as a result. Brazil, Paraguay, Jamaica, Haiti, America, Chile, Dominica, Bahamas, Canada, Argentina, Colombia, Mexico, Cuba, Barbados, Antigua, etc. will all be able to see the second eclipse of the year.
It will take place in Virgo
Virgo and the Chitra Nakshatra will be the locations of the second eclipse of the year. The zodiac signs will determine if it is fortunate or unfortunate. Some persons must therefore exercise caution during the solar eclipse. For example, avoid going outside during it and postpone making key decisions.
This is how the Kankanakriti eclipse appears.
A ring forms during a eclipse when the Moon passes directly between the Sun and the Earth. This solar eclipse is known as an annular or Kankanakriti eclipse.
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