Dates of Solar eclipses, Surya grahan in 2018, 2019, 2020 are listed here. It also gives a glimpse of Surya Grahan, Solar Eclipse in 2018, 2019, 2020. how it occurs, why it occurs, what are the effects of Surya Grahan on zodiac natives or natives of different Rashis.
What is Surya Grahan and when it occurs?
Solar eclipse is a stage in the Suns cycle (solar cycle), where the Moon reaches between the Sun and the Earth. At the moment of solar eclipse the Sun is either partially or completely covered or darkened. Usually, solar eclipse occurs on Amavasya day (New Moon Day).
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. When he disappears from the sky, it affects on everything and everybody.
Darkening of the sky in the middle of the day can impact the world very largely. We can see the effect of the surya grahan on the world which may be existed for six months until the next eclipse. An eclipse of sun significantly reduces the cosmic powers and in next solar eclipse that whole energies are restructured.
Astrology tells that solar eclipse shows a falling index or the badly featured expression of the mighty. The results, effects or the impact of the solar eclipse normally depend on the zodiac sign (raasi) in which the eclipse happens. Its results will affect the issues ruled by that particular zodiac sign (raasi) or that zodiacs category. A powerful eclipse of sun (solar eclipse) can enormously ravage the matters related to that zodiac sign.
Solar eclipse predominantly affects men and the public affairs such as politics and foreign relations. Its effect on women will be very negligible. The solar eclipse may bring in prime changes in governing political parties and may shatter the administrative front.
Solar (Sun) Eclipses in 2017, 2018, 2019 & 2020
15 February 2018 – Partial Solar Eclipse (Pakshik Surya Grahan)
13 July 2018 – Partial Solar Eclipse (Pakshik Surya Grahan)
11 August 2018 – Partial Solar Eclipse (Pakshik Surya Grahan)
6 January 2019 – Partial Solar Eclipse (Pakshik Surya Grahan) – Visible in Parts of Asia and Pacific regions.
2 July 2019 – Total Solar Eclipse (Purna Surya Grahan) – Visible in parts of Pacific region and South America (Chile & Argentina)
26 December 2019 – Annular Solar Eclipse (Kankana Surya Grahan) – Visible in parts of Asia and Australia (Saudi Arabia, India, Sumatra, Borneo)
21 June 2020 – Annular Solar Eclipse (Kankana Surya Grahan) – Visible in parts of Africa, Europe and Asia (Annular eclipse in Central Africa, South Asia, China and Pacific regions).
14 December 2020 – Total Solar Eclipse (Sampurna Surya Grahanam) – Visible in parts of Pacific, South America, Antarctica (Total eclipse in South Pacific regions, Chile, Argentina, South Atlantic).
Solar (Sun) Eclipses – 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 & 2016 and Zodiac Sign (Rashi Lagnas):
15th January, 2010 – Capricorn (Mesha rashi)
11th July, 2010 – Cancer (Karkataka rashi)
4th January, 2011 – Capricorn (Makara Rashi)
1st June, 2011 – Gemini (Mithuna raasi)
1st July, 2011 – Cancer (Karka raasi)
25th November, 2011– Sagittarius (Dhanu raasi or Dhanussu Rashi)
20th May, 2012 – Gemini (Mithuna rashi)
13th November, 2012 – Scorpio (Vrischik raasi)
10 May 2013
3 November 2013
29 April 2014 – Annular Solar Eclipse (Kankanakara Surya Grahan)
20 March 2015 – Total Solar Eclipse (Purna Surya Grahan)
13 September 2015 – Partial Solar Eclipse (Pakshika Suryagrahanam)
9 March 2016 – Total Solar Eclipse (Sampurna Surya Grahan)
1 September 2016 – Annular Solar Eclipse (Kankanakara Surya Grahan)
21 August 2017 – Total Solar Eclipse (Sampurna Surya Grahan)