Grahan 2023: two solar eclipses and two lunar eclipses in the year 2023
Grahan 2023 years 2023 There are only a few days left. As the new year starts, the process of fasting and festivals will also begin. Along with this, there will be lunar eclipse and solar eclipse in the new year. Two solar eclipses and two lunar eclipses will occur in 2023.
Grahan 2023: There are only a few days left in 2023. As the new year starts, the process of fasting and festivals will also begin. Along with this, there will be lunar eclipse and solar eclipse in the new year. Jyotishacharya Anish Vyas told that in 2023, there will be two solar eclipses and two lunar eclipses. Some 4 eclipses will occur between May and December. Of these 4 eclipses to be held next year, 3 eclipses can be seen in India.
First solar eclipse June 10, 2023 – The first solar eclipse of the year 2023 will take place on June 10. This eclipse will be partially visible in India. In addition, this eclipse will be visible in the northern part of North America, partial in Europe and Asia, in full in northern Canada, Russia and Greenland. The first solar eclipse can be seen in only a few parts of India. The eclipse can be seen in parts of Arunachal in the northeast and in some parts of Jammu and Kashmir for some time before it ends. This eclipse will not be visible in other parts of the country.
Second solar eclipse 4 December 2023- On this day, the second and last solar eclipse of 2023 will take place. This eclipse will not be seen in India. It will appear in Antarctica, South Africa, Australia and South America.
First lunar eclipse 26 May 2023- This day will be the first lunar eclipse of the year. This will be a full lunar eclipse. It will be seen as an eclipse eclipse in India, while there will be a full lunar eclipse in East Asia, Australia, Pacific Ocean and America.This lunar eclipse will be seen in India but only in some parts of the country people will be able to see the eclipse. This eclipse will be seen in the north eastern parts of India at the time of moonrise when the eclipse is happening. Nagaland Mizoram Assam Tripura East Orissa Arunachal West Bengal People will be able to see this eclipse.
The second lunar eclipse will take place on November 19, 2023-19, the last lunar eclipse of the year at around 11.30 pm, which will end at 05.33 pm. This will be a partial lunar eclipse. It can be seen in India, America, Northern Europe, Australia and the Pacific Ocean. This eclipse will be seen in parts of Arunachal and Assam in India at the time of moonrise. On this day, the Moon will rise with the eclipse and the eclipse will end shortly after the rise.
Religious beliefs about the eclipse:
According to religious belief, the eclipse is seen as an inauspicious event. Therefore, many works are considered taboo during this period. Especially auspicious actions. Worshiping during the eclipse is forbidden and idols of deities are not touched during this time. The doors of the temples are also closed.
Measures to avoid inauspicious effects of eclipse:
To avoid the inauspicious effects of Sun and lunar eclipses, mantras related to these two planets should be chanted. The inauspicious effects of the eclipse can be avoided by chanting the Sun seed mantra in the solar eclipse and the moon seed mantra in the lunar eclipse. Apart from this, by worshiping the instruments of these two planets, one can get rid of the inauspicious effects of eclipse.
Types of solar eclipse:
Generally, solar eclipse occurs in three ways: –
Full solar eclipse:
This happens when the lunar between the Earth and the Sun completely covers the sunlight behind it. This event is called a complete solar eclipse.
Partial solar eclipse:
In the event of this eclipse, the moon comes between the sun and the earth and partially covers the sun behind it. During this time, the full light of the sun does not reach the earth and this condition is called partial solar eclipse.
Annular solar eclipse:
In this state of solar eclipse, the moon comes between the sun and the earth and does not cover the sun completely, covering only the middle part of it. During this time, the sun appears like a ring when viewed from the earth, which we call the annular solar eclipse.
Types of lunar eclipses:
Just like solar eclipse, lunar eclipse is mainly of three types: –
Full lunar eclipse:
When the Earth revolves around the Sun, the Earth comes just ahead of it and at the same time the Moon comes before the Earth. During this time, the Earth completely covers the Sun, due to which the sunlight does not reach the Moon and this condition is called full lunar eclipse.
Partial lunar eclipse:
In this state, the Earth partially covers the moon, which is called a partial lunar eclipse.
Shadow Lunar Eclipse:
When the lunar orbit the earth, it passes through its perumbra, causing the sunlight to reach the moon a little bit. In this case the surface of the moon starts to appear somewhat blurred, which we call a lunar eclipse. Actually, this eclipse does not happen because the moon does not fall in it. For this reason, its sutak is also not valid.