The last solar eclipse of the year was seen on Thursday.The doors of the temples remained closed during the solar eclipse. Solar eclipse was seen at different places in the entire country as well as in Jharkhand.This eclipse appeared in the form of Khandagras. The solar eclipse this time was a kankana solar eclipse or annular solar eclipse, which lasted for about three hours.The effect of this eclipse, which started from 8:20 am, was seen till at least 11: 23 am. However, due to inclement weather since Wednesday night, people were able to see it at few places in the capital Ranchi, although there was a slight glimpse in the clouds.
The last solar eclipse of the year was seen on Thursday.
People in Jamshedpur, Hazaribagh and other districts saw it. According to Jyotishacharya, the effect of solar eclipse will be more than normal because at the time of eclipse, Sagittarius combined the six planets Sun, Moon, Saturn, Mercury, Jupiter and Ketu together and this solar eclipse was annular. Worshiping and worshiping in temples was not done due to the use of sutak for twelve hours before the solar eclipse started. It will be fully visible in the southern parts of India.In other parts also, people could see the eclipse partially.According to the advice of astronomers, people used special glasses not to see the eclipse with open eyes.