Surya Grahan 2022: The first solar eclipse of the year 2022
On April 30, 2022, on Shani Amavasya, the first solar eclipse of the year will occur. The solar eclipse(Surya Grahan), which begins at 12.15 p.m. and lasts four hours, will not be visible in India.
The feeling of a solar eclipse(Surya Grahan) causes concern among the general public. This is a partial solar eclipse that will not be visible in India. Because there will be no sutak during the eclipse and it will not be visible in India, all puja recitations must be performed as usual. Even after that, the Sun God will be blessed if some simple precautions are taken before to the eclipse. The start of the partial solar eclipse, i.e. the Khandgrass solar eclipse, will be seen at 12 a.m.
Parts of South America, including Chile, Argentina, most of Uruguay, Western Paraguay, South-Western Bolivia, South-Eastern Peru, and a small region of South-Western Brazil, will see a partial solar eclipse. Solar eclipses will also be visible in areas of Antarctica and South America’s southeast coast, including the Facland Islands in the Atlantic Ocean, as well as the South Pacific and South Ocean. Because this solar eclipse will not be visible in India, its religious importance and sutak will be ignored. In India, it will not be seen.