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- Lunar eclipse to be seen on 26 May and 19 November in parts of eastern states
According to the Hindi calendar, there will be two sun and two lunar eclipses this year. The solar eclipse to be held in June will be annular. There will be a complete solar eclipse in December. These two will not be visible in India. Therefore, they will not have religious significance either. Apart from these, there will be a full lunar eclipse in May and the lunar eclipse in November will be partial. Both these eclipses will be visible for a short time in parts of the eastern states of India. In places where these eclipses will be seen, they will have both religious significance and sutak.
10 June 2021, Thursday: This solar eclipse will not be seen in India. But this eclipse can be seen in North-East America, Europe, North Asia and North Atlantic Ocean. Therefore, the effect of this eclipse will also be there in these places. According to Indian time, this annular solar eclipse will start at around 1:42 pm and end at 6:41 pm. This 5-hour eclipse will create an annular position for 3 minutes 48 seconds.
4 December 2021, Saturday: This solar eclipse will not be seen in India. But along with Antarctica, it can be seen in the southern parts of Africa, Australia, Atlantic Ocean and Indian Ocean. Therefore, the effect of this eclipse will also be there in these places. According to Indian time, this complete solar eclipse will start at 10:59 in the morning and end at 3:07 in the afternoon. In this eclipse of about 4 hours, the moon will remain between the Sun and Earth for 1 minute 57 seconds.
26 May 2021, Wednesday: It is a full lunar eclipse but starting in the afternoon will be partially visible in some parts of India. According to Indian time, this full lunar eclipse will start at 2:16 pm and end at 7:21 pm. At the same time, in some eastern states of India, the moonrise will be around 7 pm, so this eclipse will be seen in some parts of India only for a while. This eclipse will be seen for a short time at some places in North-East India (except Sikkim), including parts of West Bengal and Orissa. At the same time, this eclipse will be seen in South America, North America, Asia, Australia as well as Antarctica, Pacific and Indian Ocean.
19 November 2021, Friday: This is a partial lunar eclipse. Which according to Indian time will start from 11:30 am to 5:35 pm. Due to early onset of moonrise in eastern states of India, this eclipse will be seen for a short time in some parts of Arunachal Pradesh and Assam. Apart from these, it will appear in West Africa, Western Europe, North America, South America, Asia, Australia, Atlantic and Pacific Ocean.