The first solar eclipse of the year 2022 will take place on 30 April. According to the Hindu calendar, April 30 is the new moon of Vaishakh month. Due to this new moon coming on Saturday, the sum of Shani Amavasya is being formed. The second solar eclipse of the year will take place on October 25. The duration of the eclipse is determined by the visibility of the eclipse. If an eclipse is seen in India, then the gestation period is considered valid. Astrologer Dr. Anish Vyas said that the eclipse is not considered auspicious from a religious point of view. Manglik works are prohibited during this time. The doors of the temple are also closed. This eclipse will take place between April 30 and May 1. The eclipse will happen in South America, South Pacific Ocean etc. This eclipse will not be seen in any part of India. The eclipse will start at 12.15 pm Indian time on April 30. The eclipse will take place on May 1 at 4.07 am. Since it is a new moon on Saturday, it is called Shani Amavasya. Its importance is further enhanced by the fact that it is a new moon on Saturday. ‘Ama’ means near and ‘Vasya’ means to live, thus literally meaning ‘to be near’. Moon is not visible on this day. The lord of this date is the father. Therefore, on the day of Amavasya, shraadh, tarpan etc. of the parents are done. It is believed that the Moon is the ancestral home on the planet. On this day, holy rivers are bathed in the name of ancestors and water is given to them.
Religious myth of eclipse: When gods and demons churned the ocean together, nectar came out of the ocean. When Lord Vishnu in Mohini avatar was giving nectar to the deities, at the same time a demon named Rahu disguised himself and went among the deities and drank the nectar too. The Sun and the Moon recognized Rahu. He told Vishnu about Rahu. Vishnu beheaded Rahu with his chakra, but he drank the nectar, which did not kill him. The Sun and Moon separate Vishnu from Rahu, which is why Rahu considers them both enemies and suffers from them from time to time, which is called an eclipse. The head of Rahu is known as Rahu and the trunk is known as Ketu. When does a solar eclipse happen: When the moon covers the sun,
A solar eclipse occurs when the sun’s rays do not reach the earth. When the Moon partially covers the Sun, the Sun’s rays are less able to reach the Earth, which is called a partial solar eclipse. On the other hand, when the Moon covers the central part of the Sun, then the Sun appears in the form of a ring, this situation is called an annular solar eclipse. It will start at 12:15 pm and will continue till 04:00 am. 07. The first solar eclipse of the year will be partial. Where will the solar eclipse be visible? Solar eclipse will not be visible in India, due to which the pregnancy period will not be valid in the country.