Solar & Lunar Eclipses 2021 ~ KARMIC COACH

Post Date: January 29, 2021

Solar & Lunar Eclipses 2021 ~ KARMIC COACH

Hare Krishna Blessings…

There will be four eclipses in 2021 and only two of these will be visible from India. Know all about when and from where you will be able to witness the eclipse.

A lunar eclipse occurs when the Sun, Earth, and Moon are completely or partially inclined such that the Earth blocks sun rays from reaching the lunar surface. Lunar Eclipses are of three types — complete, partial, or Penumbral.

A Solar eclipse happens when the sun and moon are exactly in line with the earth. But the moon is too far away to completely cover the sun like in the case of a total eclipse.

Lunar Eclipses 2021: May 26 (Total Lunar Eclipse)

The eclipse would begin at 2:17 pm in India and end at 7:19 pm. If you are in Australia, parts of the western US, western South America, or in South-East Asia, you will see a Super Full Moon totally eclipsed for about 14 minutes during this total lunar eclipse, weather permitting. Since this is a Total Lunar Eclipse but visible in India as a Penumbral Lunar Eclipse, the Sutak Kaal and its impact will not be religiously observed widely.

Solar Eclipse 2021: June 10 (Annular Solar Eclipse)

It may start around 1:42 pm IST and conclude at 6:41 pm.The annular phase of this solar eclipse is visible from parts of Russia, Greenland, and northern Canada. Weather permitting, those in Northern Asia, Europe, and the United States will see a partial eclipse.This eclipse will not be visible in India. Hence, the Sutak Kaal and its impact will not be religiously observed as well.

Lunar Eclipses 2021: November 18-19 (Partial Lunar Eclipse)

This would be a Partial Lunar Eclipse, which begins at 11:32 am and ends at 6:33 pm. Penumbral Eclipse would be visible in much of Europe, much of Asia, Australia, North Africa, West Africa, North America, South America, Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean, and the Arctic. Since this is a Total Lunar Eclipse but visible in India as a Penumbral Lunar Eclipse, the Sutak Kaal and its impact will not be religiously observed widely.

Solar Eclipses 2021: December 4 (Total Solar Eclipse)

This will be a Total Solar Eclipse that would begin at 10:59 am and end at 03:07 pm the last eclipse of 2021.You’ll have to travel a long way to Antarctica to see the total phase of this total solar eclipse. Parts of southern Africa, including locations in South Africa and Namibia, will see a partial solar eclipse, if the weather permits.This eclipse will not be visible in India. Hence, the Sutak Kaal and its impact will not be religiously observed as well.

*Don’t forget to chant Hare Krishna Maha Mantra on this special day and raiser your higher consciousness towards him.. Be safe and Be happy.

Om Shanti & Hare Krishna to all Blessed Souls..

Regards:

VARUN MISHRA
(KARMIC COACH)
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