Solar Eclipse-Shani Amavasya: These simple measures will calm both the planets

Today, on the 4th of December, the last month of 2021, solar eclipse and Shani Amavasya are together. Let me tell all of you that the solar eclipse will not be visible in India today, and therefore, its dry period will not be valid. However, the effect of this eclipse will be on all the 12 zodiac signs. According to astrology, both the planets can be adapted if some measures are taken during eclipse and Shani Amavasya.  Today, we are going to tell you about these measures.

Eclipse Time - Partial solar eclipse will begin at 10:59 am. The total solar eclipse will start at 12:30 pm and the maximum eclipse will take place at 01:03 PM. The total eclipse will end at 01:33 pm and finally the partial solar eclipse will end at 3:07 pm.

Shani Amavasya Date and Time - Amavasya Date starts from 04.55 pm on 3rd December and is till 01.12 pm on Saturday, 4th December.

Donate these things (Surya grahan 2021 upaay) - Cereals for money gains during solar eclipse and Shani Amavasya, black sesame seeds for the end of enemies, umbrella for protection from calamity and mustard oil to get rid of the influence of Saturn. Doing so will calm both the houses and benefit you greatly.

* Anoint Shani Dev with mustard oil and black sesame seeds on the day of Shani Amavasya.
* Visit the Shani Temple on this day and visit them and pray for liberation from Shani Dosh.
* It is said to worship shami-tree to get rid of Shani-Dosh on the day of Shani Amavasya and Eclipse.
* Light a mustard lamp under this tree in the evening after the eclipse is over on this day.
* Recite Shiva Sahasranama today, which eliminates the fear of Saturn's fury.

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