Solar and Lunar Eclipse in 2021: The last solar eclipse of the year 2020 was on 14 December and the last lunar eclipse on 30 November. However, here we are telling you about the solar eclipse and lunar eclipse of New Year 2021.
People all over the world are waiting for the new year. Everyone has many expectations from the new year and that is why everyone is preparing to welcome 2021. How the year will be, it can also be detected by the movement of planets. The position of the planets can also be known about the position of the year. Solar eclipse and lunar eclipse are considered to be of great importance in the planets. The last solar eclipse of 2020 (Surya Grahan) was on 14 December and the last lunar eclipse on 30 November. However, here we are telling you about the solar eclipse and lunar eclipse of New Year 2021, because there are going to be many eclipses in the coming year. Know when and on what dates lunar and solar eclipse will happen.
First and last solar eclipse
The first solar eclipse in the new year will take place on 10 June 2021. However, the impact of this eclipse in India will be only partially. Apart from India, the northern part of America, Europe and Asia will also be partial while in northern Canada, Russia and Greenland this eclipse will be seen in full. The second and last solar eclipse of 2021 will take place on 4 December 2021. This eclipse will be fully visible in Antarctica, South Africa, Australia and South America, but it will not be partially affected in India. This eclipse will be from 1.42 in the afternoon till 6.51 in the evening.
First and last lunar eclipse
The first lunar eclipse of 2021 will take place on 26 May. This year’s full lunar eclipse will see East Asia, Australia, Pacific Ocean and America. It will also have partial effect in India. It will be around 2:00 in the afternoon, 17 minutes to 7.19 in the evening. On November 19, 2021, the second and last lunar eclipse of the year will take place. This will be a partial lunar eclipse. It will take place at around 11.30 pm and will end at 5.30 pm. Apart from India; it can be seen in America, Northern Europe, Australia and Pacific Ocean.
Do not do auspicious work under the shadow of eclipses
According to religious beliefs, auspicious actions should not be done on the eclipse of any eclipse. Also, worshiping in temples and homes at the time of eclipse is also prohibited and when the eclipse ends, there is also a law for cleanliness. At the time of eclipse, pregnant women need to take special care of themselves.