Surya Grahan 2023: Last solar eclipse of the year on Pitru Moksha Amavasya, know the right time for Sutak Kaal...


The last solar eclipse of the year 2023 is going to occur on the day of Pitru Moksha Amavasya. The sutak period starts 12 hours before the occurrence of solar eclipse or lunar eclipse. The solar eclipse will occur from 9:00 p.m. onwards. In such a situation, questions are being raised in the minds of people about this solar eclipse occurring on the day of Shani Amavasya how will they be able to perform Tarpan Pind Daan and Shraddha rituals on the day of Pitru Moksha Amavasya. On the day of Pitru Moksha Amavasya, will it be auspicious or inauspicious to offer prayers to ancestors, do Pind Daan and perform Shraddha?


Regarding this, Sagar's Astrologer Acharya Anil Kumar Pandey says that as per Indian time on 14th October, the solar eclipse will take place from 8.34 pm night and will last till 2.25 am in the night, but the solar eclipse which will take place 14th October in India. Will not appear. That means the sunlight will remain in its full glory. This second hemisphere will be visible in places like North America, Argentina, Canada, Mexico, Haiti, Bahamas, Antigua, Cuba, Brazil, British Virgin Islands, Barbados, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela, Jamaica, Paraguay, Dominican, and Guatemala, etc. It has no effect in India, neither auspicious nor inauspicious. Therefore, there is no need for the people of India to be afraid of this solar eclipse in any way. The worship of Pitru Moksha Amavasya can be done well and completely. There is no obstacle of any kind in that.


There is only one fault in worshiping idols.
According to the astrologer, even if an eclipse occurs, Shraddha rituals can be performed during it. Worshiping idols only during Sutak is considered prohibited. Rest you can worship God, take His name, and remember Him, but since there is no solar eclipse in India, then there is no need to be afraid.

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