Surya Grahan 2020 | Solar Eclipses dates in 2020

In 2020, Surya Grahan takes place two times – first one in June 2020 (Annular Solar Eclipse – Kankana Surya Grahan), second one in December 2020 (Total Solar Eclipse – Sampurna Surya Grahan).

What is Surya Grahan and when it takes place?

Solar eclipse is a stage in the Suns cycle (solar cycle), where the Moon reaches between the Sun and the Earth. Read more here on how Suryagrahan takes place..

Effects of Solar Eclipse on Zodiac Natives

The solar eclipse has an awful sight since the ages. Traditionally and scientifically, the Sun is considered as energy provider and the life –giver for the whole universe. Read more here on how Suryagrahan affects the Zodiac natives..

Annular Solar Eclipse on 21 June 2020 (Kankanakara Surya Grahan)

The Annular Solar Eclipse of 21 June 2020 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.

The annular phase of this solar eclipse is visible from parts of Africa including the Central African Republic, Congo, and Ethiopia; south of Pakistan and northern India; and China.

Total Solar Eclipse on 14 December 2020 (Sampurna Surya Grahan)

The Total Solar Eclipse of 14 December 2020 falls on Margashirsha Amavasya as per North Indian Hindi calendars and on Kartik Amavasya in the calendars followed in Maharashtra, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Karnataka.

This total solar eclipse, the last eclipse of 2020, is visible from Chile and some parts of Argentina in the afternoon. Some regions in southern South America, south-west Africa, and Antarctica will see a partial solar eclipse, if the weather permits.

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Partial Solar Eclipse on 5-6 January 2019 (Pakshik Surya Grahan)

The Partial Solar Eclipse of 5-6 January 2019 falls on Paush Amavasya as per North Indian Hindi calendars and on Margashirsha Amavasya in the calendars followed in Maharashtra, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Karnataka.

This Pakshik Surya Grahan is visible only in East Asia and Pacific ocean regions. This eclipse will not be visible in India hence no need of following any ritual related to Surya Grahan.

Total Solar Eclipse on 2 July 2019 (Sampurna Surya Grahan)

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.

Annular Solar Eclipse on 26 December 2019 (Kankanakara Surya Grahan)

The Annular Solar Eclipse of 26 December 2019 falls on Poush Amavasya as per North Indian Hindi calendars and on Margashirsha Amavasya in the calendars followed in Maharashtra, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Karnataka.

This Pakshik Surya Grahan is visible only in East in Europe, Much of Asia, North/West Australia, East in Africa, Pacific, Indian Ocean. This eclipse will be visible in India hence it is recommended to follow the rituals related to Surya Grahan.

Solar Eclipse in 2018

Partial Solar Eclipse on 15 February 2018 (Pakshik Surya Grahan)

The Partial Solar Eclipse of 15 February 2018 falls on Falgun Amavasya as per North Indian Hindi calendars and on Magha Amavasya in the calendars followed in Maharashtra, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Karnataka.

This Pakshik Surya Grahan is visible only in South of South America, Pacific region, Atlantic ocean and Antarctic regions. This eclipse will not be visible in India hence no need of following any ritual related to Surya Grahan.

Partial Solar Eclipse on 13 July 2018 (Pakshika Surya Grahan)

The Partial Solar Eclipse of 13 July 2018 falls on Ashada Amavasya as per North Indian Hindi calendars and on Nija Jyeshta Amavasya in the calendars followed in Maharashtra, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Karnataka.

This Pakshik Surya Grahan is visible only in South of Australia, Pacific region and Indian Ocean. This eclipse will not be visible in India hence no need of following any ritual related to Surya Grahan.

Partial Solar Eclipse on 11 August 2018 (Pakshika Surya Grahan)

The Partial Solar Eclipse of 11 August 2018 falls on Shravan Amavasya as per North Indian Hindi calendars and on Ashada Amavasya in the calendars followed in Maharashtra, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Karnataka.

This Pakshik Surya Grahan is visible in North Europe, East Europe, North Asia, West Asia, North of North America, Atlantic ocean and Arctic regions. This eclipse will not be visible in India hence no need of following any ritual related to Surya Grahan.

Canada, Iceland, Norway, Finland, Russia, North Korea, Mongolia and most parts of China will witness this solar eclipse.

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