New Delhi, Grahan 2022: Eclipse has a lot of importance in astrology. So far in the year 2022, there has been a solar eclipse and a lunar eclipse in the month of May. This astronomical event will affect the people of every zodiac. The Sutak period was not valid as both the eclipses were not visible in India. At the same time, the second solar and lunar eclipse of the year is going to fall in October and November. Both these eclipses will be visible in India. Know the date of other solar and lunar eclipses and in which countries they will be seen.

When is the second lunar eclipse of the year

The first lunar eclipse of the year was on April 16, which is over. After this, the second lunar eclipse will happen on November 8. According to Indian time, this lunar eclipse will take place on November 8 from 1.32 pm to 7.27 pm.

Where will the second lunar eclipse be seen?

The second lunar eclipse of the year will be visible in some parts of India. Apart from India, it will be in South/East Europe, Asia, Australia, North America, South America, Pacific, Atlantic and Indian Ocean.

Sutak period of second lunar eclipse

The second lunar eclipse of the year will be visible in India. For this reason, the Sutak period will also be valid. Explain that the Sutak period starts 12 hours before the eclipse starts. It is forbidden to do any auspicious work during this period. The doors of the temples are also closed. Along with this, pregnant women need to take special care of themselves.

second solar eclipse of the year

According to the calendar, the second solar eclipse of the year 2022 will take place on October 25. This eclipse will be a partial solar eclipse. According to Indian time, this eclipse will start from 4:29 pm on October 25 and will last till 5:24 pm.

Where will the second solar eclipse be seen?

The first solar eclipse of the year was not visible in India. But it is believed that the second solar eclipse of the year will be visible in some parts of India. In this case, the Sutak period will also be considered. The second solar eclipse will be visible in the south-western part of Asia, Europe, the north-eastern part of the continent of Africa and the Atlantic.

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Edited By: Shivani Singh