First Solar Eclipse Of 2021: 10 Important Facts To Know!

The first Solar Eclipse of the year is going to occur in June. adding to it, the first Lunar Eclipse of the year 2021 has already taken place in the last month i.e. in May. Solar and Lunar Eclipse are considered inauspicious events in Sanatan Dharma. In such a situation, today we are going to reveal to you some important facts related to Solar Eclipse in this article.

1. Lord Sun in Vedic Astrology

Sun is considered a special planet and holds high importance in Vedic Astrology. Although it is considered to be a star from the astronomical point of view, Vedic Astrology has a different view of the Sun. According to Vedic Astrology, Sun is the benefactor of the father in the horoscope of a native. At the same time, it is considered the karaka planet of a husband when evaluating any female native’s kundli. Sun is considered to be the ruling lord of the Leo and Pisces zodiac sign amongst all the twelve zodiac signs. Sun is said to be exalted in Aries and debilitated in Libra.

If the planet Sun is in a position to roll out auspicious results while being placed in the horoscope of a native, then such a person earns a lot of name in the society. Along with this, he/she attains a high position in the field of work. If the Sun is weakly posited, then minimum results are obtained in spite of immense hard work. Eye-related problems and High or Low Blood Pressure can prove to be troublesome for the natives with weak Sun.

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2. First Solar Eclipse Of 2021: Know The Timings

A total of two Solar Eclipses are going to take place in the year 2021. According to the Hindu Panchang or Calendar, the first Solar Eclipse of the year 2021 is about to fall on the Amavasya tithi during the Vaishak month of Vikram Samvat 2078. Therefore, the first Solar Eclipse of the year 2021 is going to happen this month i.e. on June 10. This Solar Eclipse is going to last from 01:42 PM in the afternoon to 06.41 PM in the evening according to Indian Standard Time. The first Solar Eclipse of the year will be an Annular Solar Eclipse.

In such a situation, there will be a desire within you to know what is this Annular Solar Eclipse. We will reveal the details, but before that, let us know how the Solar Eclipse occurs.

3. Scientific Significance Behind Solar Eclipse

From a scientific point of view, Sun is located in the center of our solar system and all the planets revolve around it. There are satellites of planets orbiting the Sun, just like how the Moon is the satellite of the Earth. These satellites revolve around their planet. In such a situation, a special astronomical situation is created in the Solar System when the Moon orbiting the Earth comes between the Sun and the Earth and prevents the Sun’s light from reaching the Earth. This planetary event is called Solar Eclipse.

4. Religious Significance Behind Solar Eclipse 

According to mythological beliefs, Solar Eclipse is related to the event of Samudra Manthan or the Churning of the Ocean. According to this mythological legend, Lord Sun and Lord Moon had informed Lord Vishnu about the fact that among the Gods, an Asura named Swarbhanu had consumed the Nectar Of Immortality or Amrit by disguising himself as one of the Devtas. Hearing this, Lord Vishnu put an end to Swarbhanu’s life by separating his torso from his head with his Sudarshan Chakra.

Since Swarbhanu had consumed the Nectar Of Immortality or Amrit, he did not die. As a result, his head became Rahu and the torso became Ketu. It is believed that every year from this day onwards, these two shadow planets, Rahu and Ketu, try to attack the Sun, due to which Solar Eclipse takes place.

Let us now tell you what is an Annular Solar Eclipse.

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5. What Is An Annular Solar Eclipse?

The Moon continues to follow its orbit and revolve around the Earth, whereas the Earth revolves around the Sun. In such a situation, while the Moon is revolving around the Earth, there seems to be relatively more distance than required between the Moon and the Earth, thereby making the Moon looks smaller. In such a situation when the Solar Eclipse occurs, the Moon fails to cover the Sun’s brightness completely due to its small size. As a result, the Sun appears to be a big, ring of fire, also known as Annulus. For this reason, this Solar Eclipse is called an Annular Solar Eclipse.

Let us now know in which parts of the world will remain under the influence of the first Solar Eclipse of the year.

6. Visibility Of Solar Eclipse

The first Solar Eclipse of the year is going to be visible in the northern parts of America, Northern Canada, Europe, Greenland, partially in Asia, and all over Russia. At the same time, this Annular Solar Eclipse will not be visible in India. In such a situation, the Sutak Kaal of this Solar Eclipse will not be valid in India.

Let us now give you information about the Sutak period.

7. What Is A Sutak Kaal?

Solar Eclipse is considered to be an inauspicious event according to Sanatan Dharma. In such a situation, it is prohibited to perform several tasks for a certain time period before and after the Solar Eclipse begins and ends respectively. It is believed that during this period, the harmful effect of the Solar Eclipse remains influential. This period is called the Sutak Kaal. According to the Hindu Panchang or Calendar, the Sutak Kaal begins four phases or Pehar before the Solar Eclipse. Since there are eight phases or Pehar in a day, the duration of the Sutak Kaal remains for approx 12 hours when a Solar Eclipse occurs.

Let us now tell you which acts are considered to be prohibited during the Sutak period of Solar Eclipse.

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8. Prohibited Acts During Sutak Period

Carrying out or performing some acts during the Sutak Period has been considered completely prohibited in Sanatana Dharma. During this time, the natives should not initiate any kind of auspicious task or work. During this period, the natives should avoid eating or cooking food. Staying out of the house is also prohibited during this time. During the Sutak period, the natives should also not sleep. Also, during this time, one should avoid touching the idol of God or the Tulsi plant. Urinating or defecating is also considered taboo during this period.

In such a situation, it has also become necessary for you to know what are the tasks that you can perform during the Sutak Period. Let us now give you quick information about those activities which are not considered taboo during the Sutak period.

9. Things To Perform During Sutak Kaal

Not every task or activity is considered taboo or forbidden during the Sutak Kaal, but there are also some things that can be performed during the period. During the period of Sutak Kaal, the natives are allowed to venerate the Lord, perform Bhajans and invoke Him. Chanting the Surya Beej Mantra during the Solar Eclipse is also considered to be fruitful. If you had kept some food outside before the commencement of the Solar Eclipse as well as its Sutak Kaal, then you must cover it after adding some Tulsi leaves in it.

Especially pregnant women are required to take special precautions during the Sutak Kaal. During this period, pregnant women must avoid using any kind of sharp objects such as knives or nails, or else their unborn baby’s organs may get damaged. Neither they must witness the Eclipse nor exit the house. Keep the windows and doors of the house well closed and protect yourself from the light of Solar Eclipse.

Let us now know what measures we should be taken after the occurrence of a Solar Eclipse.

10. What To Do After Solar Eclipse Ends?

After the completion of the occurrence of the Solar Eclipse, clean your house with water mixed with Gangajal. Sprinkle Gangajal on the idol of Gods and Goddesses and also on the Tulsi plant. Take a bath after the Solar Eclipse comes to an end. If possible, bathe in a holy river or reservoir. During this, either donate the clothes worn at the time of the Eclipse or purify them by sprinkling Gangajal on them. After the Solar Eclipse ends, offering Donations and Dakshina also hold special significance. In such a situation, offer food to needy people and offer them donations. Prepare fresh food after the end of the Solar Eclipse.

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