It will take a total solar eclipse at this time, take this one step as soon as it is over

The solar eclipse is about to take place today. Today's eclipse is auspicious for many zodiac signs and unlucky for many zodiac signs. However, the best part is that this eclipse will not be visible from India. Yes, let me tell you that this solar eclipse will be visible from countries in South America, Australia, South Africa and the Southern Atlantic besides Antarctica.

Let us know the ways to avoid the evil effects of solar eclipse: It is said that during solar eclipse, the mind should worship the Sun God. At the same time, the mantras of Lord Shiva should be chanted during this period. Also, after the end of the eclipse, donate something to the needy. It is believed that this does not adversely affect the eclipse. It is said that one should chant mahamrityunjaya mantra or mrityunjaya mantra of Lord Shiva during the solar eclipse period. It is said that during the solar eclipse, you must donate to the poor and the needy as per your capacity. It is said that its punya pratap yields infallible fruits.

It is said that it is considered to be the fault to go to the market and shop during the solar eclipse. It is said that it is best to chant and worship God only during this period. Pregnant women also need special care during this eclipse period. It is believed that the baby is affected during the solar eclipse. In such a situation, women should stay indoors. The solar eclipse time will begin at 10:59 am. The total solar eclipse will begin at 12:30 pm and the maximum eclipse will take place at 01:03 PM. Tell you that the total eclipse will end at 01:33 pm and finally the partial solar eclipse will end at 3:07 pm.

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