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What You Can Eat On The Solar Eclipse Day
On 6 January 2019, the world will witness the first eclipse of the year. A partial solar eclipse, it will start at 4.08 am on 6 January and will continue till 9.18 am on the same day. This solar eclipse, which is ...
Another Eclipse Yet To Come: 20-21 January, 2019
The second partial solar eclipse of the year was witnessed on July 13, 2018, only in some countries. It was not witnessed in India. Now, even a third solar eclipse is near. Yes, you heard it right. The third solar eclipse ...
Do Not Forget To Do This After The Solar Eclipse
The first solar eclipse of the year is to occur on 6 January 2019. We are supposed to keep so many things in mind and take precautions because of the Sutak Kal. The term Sutak Kal refers to that time around ...
Do Not Forget To Do This After The Solar Eclipse
Solar Eclipse: What Foods To Eat And Avoid Based On Ayurveda
The second partial solar eclipse of the year is taking place today. And that too, the solar eclipse has fallen on Friday the 13th. In western culture, Friday the 13th is associated with several eerie superstitions. In this article, we will ...
Solar Eclipse Timings And The Astrological Remedies
The Second Solar eclipse of the year, will be witnessed, on July 02, 2019,  according to Indian times and will not be visible from India. It can be seen from India.  Will There Be Any Negative Effects ? Generally ...
Solar Eclipse Timings The Astrological Remedies Which Can Be
Solar Eclipse On 2 July 2019: Facts And Dos & Don'ts
A solar eclipse occurs when the moon lies between the sun and the earth. It blocks the light of the sun for some time. A solar eclipse is mainly of four types: a total eclipse, an annular eclipse, a hybrid eclipse ...
 
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