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Surya Grahan In August 2018
 surya grahan In August 2018

Surya Grahan In August 2018: August 11, that is, the eclipse solar eclipse this afternoon is the fifth and last solar eclipse of this year. According to Indian time, a solar eclipse will start at 1:30 pm today and the eclipse will end on 5 o’clock in the evening. Sutak period of solar eclipse takes 12 hours, in such a case, a drying period will start from 1.30 pm. Let’s know what precautions should be taken during the solar eclipse.

Before the eclipse begins, put basil leaves in the food items. Do not forget to put basil in milk too. Basil leaves do not allow food to be contaminated by harmful waves that emerge at the time of the eclipse.

Nowadays drinking water is kept in homes. In such a way mixing basil leaves and some drops of Ganga water in the drinking water cleanser. This will not contaminate it.

Due to the nuts that took place during the night, our day started in the Yutak period today. In Sanatan religion, many works are prohibited during the Yutak period. Pregnant women should avoid using knives and scissors at this time.

Do not worship in the temple or temple of the house. Do not touch the idol of God. If you worship in the morning every day, do not worship in the temple today and sit in a clean place and remember the mind Himen Lord.

After the eclipse ends, sprinkle Ganga water by putting a broom in the entire house. Sprinkle the Lord’s Temple with water and sprinkle it with incense and incense it.

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However, due to lack of solar eclipse in India, you do not have to worry. Just keep in mind the rules related to worship. Since Saturn is also with Shani Amavasya, therefore it is auspicious to do charity. Surya Grahan

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The first solar eclipse of this year is going to fall on February 15, the second on July 13, and now on the third August 11. This year, totals of 5 eclipses were formed, including three solar eclipses and 2 lunar eclipses. The first lunar eclipse of the year was on January 31 and the second lunar eclipse was on 27 July.Surya Grahan

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