The December 26 annual solar eclipse is seen from India, Sri Lanka, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Sumatra and Borneo, Indonesia.
Solar eclipse or eclipse December 2019: Solar eclipse witnesses from different parts of India. The year 2019 and the second decade will end with the annual solar eclipse. The last eclipse of the decade has caused much excitement in the scientific community and the general public, as it is seen from some of the world’s most populous regions, including India. Thursday’s solar eclipse, which is an annual solar eclipse of 0.97 magnitude, has a maximum duration of 3 minutes 39 seconds. The southern towns of the country get a full glimpse of the “Ring of Fire” eclipse, while the rest of the country sees a partial eclipse.
The December 26 annual solar eclipse is witnessing from India, Sri Lanka, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Sumatra and Borneo in Indonesia. In India, the solar eclipse is also of religious significance, as it takes place on the moon or new moon when people engage in various religious rituals by engaging in sacred rivers and ponds. People from all over India come to major shrines like Kurukshetra in Haryana, Pushkar in Rajasthan, Haridwar in Uttarakhand, Prayagraj in Uttar Pradesh, Nasik in Maharashtra, Rameshwaram in Tamil Nadu and Gangasagar in West Bengal.
*from various sources.