Solar Eclipse 2023 October: Ashwin Krishna Amavasya 14 October, Saturday, i.e. the day when the ancestors will return to the ancestral world after staying in the earth world for 16 days and blessing their relatives, on the same day a solar eclipse will also occur in the night time. It is a matter of satisfaction that this eclipse will not be visible in India. Nevertheless, people in the countries where this eclipse will be visible will have to be careful.
This eclipse will be the last solar eclipse of the year 2023. According to the Nirman Sagar Panchang, this eclipse will not be visible in India, hence the people living in India will not have to follow Vedha, Sutak, bath, charity, virtuous deeds, Yama rules etc. related to the eclipse. It will be called Kankan Khandagras solar eclipse and it will be visible in North and South America, Western Greenland etc. People living in these countries will have to remain alert regarding the solar eclipse. Today, people who believe in Phalit Astrology are not only in India but are spread all over the world. For these people, even an eclipse that is not visible in India can be important because it is visible in some countries.
According to Indian time, this Kankan Khandagras solar eclipse will touch at 09:40 pm and the Sun will get salvation from the eclipse at 01:19 pm. Generally, Sutak starts 12 hours before the solar eclipse.
Keep these things in mind
One should never be afraid of the eclipse period. Scholars call it Siddhakal. During this time only Harinam should be chanted. He is the one who opens the path to success.
If someone is planning to travel to those countries during the eclipse, where this eclipse is going to be visible, then it is not advisable to travel. In such a situation, it would be appropriate to plan the journey for a day later and if you have to travel then keep chanting Hari Naam during this time.