Pakistan is set to witness four instances of “Suraj Grahan” or solar eclipse in 2023. The term “Suraj Grahan” is the Hindi phrase for a solar eclipse, a phenomenon that occurs when the moon comes between the Earth and the Sun, casting a shadow on Earth.
This can either block the Sun entirely or partially, depending on the type and location of the eclipse.
Suraj Grahan In Pakistan 2023 Date And Time
The first of these eclipses is expected to occur on the 14th of October 2023. The eclipse will commence at 8:04 pm and conclude at 01:55 am PST. However, it’s important to note that this particular solar eclipse will not be visible from Pakistan.
Solar eclipses are categorized into four types: total, partial, annular, and hybrid. A total solar eclipse happens when the moon completely obscures the Sun, turning day into night for a brief period. A partial solar eclipse occurs when only a part of the Sun is obscured by the moon.
Suraj Grahan In Pakistan Time
An annular solar eclipse takes place when the Sun and moon are exactly in line, but the apparent size of the moon is smaller than that of the Sun, causing the Sun to appear as a bright ring surrounding the dark disk of the moon.
|14 October 2023||Begins: 8:04 Am PST|
End: 01:55 Am PST
|5 Hours 51 Minute|
Lastly, a hybrid solar eclipse is a rare form that shifts between a total and annular eclipse, appearing as a total eclipse at certain points on Earth and an annular eclipse at others.
Suraj Grahan In Pakistan 2023 Last Eclipse
People in Pakistan have various beliefs associated with Suraj Grahan or the Solar Eclipse, and many seek to avoid the perceived negative effects of the event by altering their habits during this period. As such, the upcoming solar eclipses in 2023 are likely to be of significant interest to many in the country.
For those interested in tracking the exact date and time of these celestial events, detailed information is available on the website sekho.com.pk.