Solar eclipse 2019 December: The last solar eclipse of the year 2019 will be on 26 December. For this, it will take Sutak from 25 December. According to astrology, no auspicious work is initiated during the eclipse. The period before and after the eclipse is considered to be the Sutak period. Pregnant women are advised to take special precautions during eclipse and eclipse thread. This solar eclipse will be visible in India and it will also have an impact on people and nature of different zodiac signs.
What is the eclipse period
For your information, tell us that the eclipse time is 12 hours before the start of the eclipse and 12 hours after the eclipse is completed. This time the solar eclipse is on 26 December 2019, hence the eclipse Sutak period will begin on 25 December.
Eclipse date and time
There will be threads on Wednesday night from 8:17 pm. The sutak will end as soon as the eclipse ends. There will be four planets in the original constellation on the day of eclipse. At the same time, Sun, Moon, Mercury, Jupiter, Saturn and Ketu will remain in Sagittarius. Rahu will also have complete vision on these six planets. In these, two planets i.e. Mercury and Guru will remain. Cancer, Libra, Aquarius and Pisces will be auspicious on four zodiac signs.
After this eclipse, there will be a lunar eclipse in January early next year. It is being told that this solar eclipse is occurring after 296 years. It will be a ring-like solar eclipse in which the sun will look like a ring of fire. Swami Purnanand Puri Maharaj, president of the Institute of Vedic Astrology, said that such a rare solar eclipse occurred 296 years ago on January 7, 1723. The solar eclipse will be annular. The shadow of the moon will cover 97 percent of the sun. The solar eclipse will start at 8:17 AM. On the occasion of solar eclipse on 26 December, the doors of most temples will remain closed. After the eclipse ends, the doors of the temples will open and the puja archana will start again.
Eclipse in new year 2020
January 10 – Lunar Eclipse
June 5 – Lunar Eclipse
June 21 – Solar eclipse
July 5 – Lunar Eclipse
November 30 – Moon Eclipse
14 December – Solar eclipse
Effect of lunar eclipse on pregnant women
It is believed that any eclipse effect is most likely on pregnant women. Because during the eclipse there is a lot of negative energy in the atmosphere. Astrologers advise pregnant women not to leave the house during the eclipse period. If necessary to get out, apply sandalwood and basil leaves on the womb. With this, the eclipse will not affect the fetus. If food is necessary during the eclipse period, use only those catering items in which Tulsi Patra or Kusha was put before applying sutak. Pregnant women should not use any cutting objects like knife, knife, blade, scissors during eclipse. This can have a bad effect on the organs of the unborn child. Use of needle thread is also prohibited during this time. During the eclipse period do not do anything other than taking the name of God.
Keep these precautions during the eclipse period –
In the eclipse period, many types of impure and harmful rays are affected by nature. Therefore, there are many tasks which are not done during the eclipse period.
– During the eclipse, food, water should not be taken.
– Do not bathe during the eclipse. Take a bath after the eclipse ends.
– Do not look at the eclipse with open eyes. However, seeing the lunar eclipse does not affect the eyes.
– During the eclipse period, one should keep reciting the mantra given by the Guru.