Sum of two eclipses in a month after 50 years, is it auspicious or inauspicious?
Sum of two eclipses in a month after 50 years, is it auspicious or inauspicious?

Astrologers are not saying sun and lunar eclipse good in June. There was a lunar eclipse on June 5 and now on June 21, a solar eclipse is going to happen. The coincidence of the eclipse of two eclipses in a month is being made after 50 years. If astrologers are to be believed, this rare astronomical coincidence was also present during the battle of Mahabharata.

Solar eclipse on June 21, know the time of eclipse

During the 18-day battle, the lunar eclipse occurred on the full moon day after 13 days. It is said that which was not auspicious for the whole world and during the solar eclipse, Arjun was also successful in killing Jayadratha, otherwise the outcome of the war could have been different. According to astrologers, this eclipse is not good for anyone and if you do two eclipses in the same month, it can cause problems for the whole world.

Solar eclipse is going to happen on June 21, people of these countries will be able to see

The same happened during the Mahabharata. Two eclipses in a month bring epidemics along with natural disasters and now it seems that this will increase in cases of the psycho corona. According to astrologers, the solar eclipse on 21st June is very sensitive for India and the world. Going to be in Gemini, at the time of this eclipse, Mars will be located in Pisces and will see Sun, Mercury, Moon, and Rahu, which are inauspicious signs. For this reason, a lot can be bad this time.

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