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Do’s and Don’ts for the October 25th Solar Eclipse

The October 25th solar eclipse is the second solar eclipse of 2022

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Aditya Saikrishna
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INDIA: A solar eclipse is a celestial event that occurs when the moon passes between the Earth and the Sun.

Solar eclipses coincide with the new moon. i.e., the beginning of a lunar cycle where the moon is either absent from the night sky or is visible as a thin crescent.

A Solar Eclipse, or Surya Grahan, is set to take place on October 25th, a day after the Indian festival of Diwali. The partial eclipse will be visible from 5:12 PM to 5:56 PM.

According to the Hindu myths and legends, there are certain things that one should do as well as refrain from doing while the sun is veiled by the moon.


1. As per the ancient scriptures, once the solar eclipse is over, people are advised to take a bath, wear new clothes, and clean the house.

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2. Pregnant women should stay indoors throughout the duration of the eclipse as it may harm the foetus.

3. A sprinkle of Ganga Jal, or rose water, is considered auspicious once the eclipse concludes.

4. As per belief, people should put basil or Tulsi leaves in water and all food items before the solar eclipse commences.

5. Chanting Lord Shiva’s hymns during the eclipse helps to fend off the negative effects of the eclipse.

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1. Looking at the sun directly without covering the eyes during the eclipse should be avoided as it can cause permanent damage to the retina.

2. According to belief, sleeping while the solar eclipse is in progress attracts negative energy.

3. Preparation and consumption of meals during the eclipse are considered unfavourable.

4. Performing any auspicious work, beginning a new project, or purchasing a new property is to be avoided during the solar eclipse.

5. Avoiding the use of sharp objects is advised.

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