The Solar Eclipse of 2 July 2019 will be a Total Solar Eclipse (Sampurna Surya Grahan). And it will be visible in very few places. Only some parts of Southern America will witness a fraction of this eclipse.
The Total Solar Eclipse of 2 July 2019 falls on Ashada Amavasya as per North Indian Hindi calendars and on Jyeshta Amavasya in the calendars followed in Maharashtra, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Karnataka.
This Sampurna Surya Grahan is visible only in small parts of Chile and Argentina just before sunset. Some regions in the Pacific and in South America, including locations in Ecuador, Brazil, Uruguay, and Paraguay will see a partial solar eclipse, if the weather permits. This eclipse will not be visible in India hence no need of following any ritual related to Surya Grahan.
Solar Eclipse of 27 July 2018
It falls in Aani Masam of Tamil calendar, Mithuna Masam of Malayalam calendar, Ashar Mash of Bengali calendar and Ashad Month in Nepali Calendar.
As per IST (Indian Standard Time), this eclipse begins at 7.18 AM and ends at 9.43 AM on 13 July 2018. * This time is just given for those who want to perform any Sadhana *.
Since this Surya Grahan is not visible in India, USA, UK, Nepal, Singapore, Malaysia, Pakistan, Fiji Islands, Mauritius, Indonesia, Japan, there is no need of following any ritual associated with Grahan in these countries.