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Surya Grahan 2023: When and how many solar eclipses will occur in the year 2023, see full details

: When will the first and second solar eclipse take place in the year 2023. What will be the right time for the eclipse there. Will the sutak period of the solar eclipse be valid or not? At the same time, where will this solar eclipse, which will take place in the year 2023, be seen. On the other hand, the solar eclipse that will take place in the year 2023 will be visible in India or not. So let’s know all these things about the solar eclipse…

Talking about the solar eclipse that will take place in the year 2023, two solar eclipses are going to happen this year. On the other hand, the first solar eclipse of the year 2023 will take place on 20 April 2023, which according to Indian time, this solar eclipse will not be visible in India. That’s why there will be no religious effect of this solar eclipse in India, nor will the Sutak period of this solar eclipse be valid. Rather, this solar eclipse will be fully visible in South-East Asia, Australia, Pacific Ocean, Indian Ocean and Antarctica and the Sutak period of this eclipse will also be valid there.

According to Hindi Panchang, if we talk about the first solar eclipse of the year 2023, then this solar eclipse will start from 07:04 am on Thursday, April 20, 2022 and will end at 12:29 pm.


On the other hand, if we talk about the second solar eclipse of the year in the year 2023, then this solar eclipse will take place on Saturday, 14 October 2023. Like the first solar eclipse, the second solar eclipse will also not be visible in India. That’s why the Sutak period of this solar eclipse will not be valid in India. At the same time, the last solar eclipse of the year 2023 will be seen in places like West Africa, North America, South America, Pacific Ocean, Atlantic and Arctic etc.

(Disclaimer: The information given in this story is based on general beliefs. News2News.in.com does not confirm these. Before implementing these facts, contact the concerned expert.)

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