Solar Eclipse of 2010, 15th January, 2010
First Solar Eclipse of 2010 falls on January 15, 2010 on Pushya Amavasya Uttarashada nakshtra second pada with Rahu grasta solar eclipse falls.
Beginning of eclipse: 11.38 am IST
Middle of the time: 1.39 pm IST
Moksha time: 3.19pm IST
End of the eclipse: 3.41pm IST
with a maximum central duration of 11 minutes 8 seconds and with a magnitude of 0.9190 will be visible across Central Africa, the Indian Ocean, India, Sri Lanka and South East Asia. The eclipse is viewable for full 10.4 min in India. The best place is Dhanushkodi in Pamban Island off Tamil Nadu coast.
Astrological Implications of the Solar Eclipse
Natives with the stars of Krutika, Uttara, Uttarashada and natives running Ravi Maha dasa have to take remedial measures. Natives of Poorvashada, Uttarashada and Sravanam should not see the eclipse. Natives of Makara rasi have to take utmost remedial measures to nullify the negative effects due eclipse. This eclipse causes heavy loss to Kerala and Tamil Nadu due to natural disasters. During the day of eclipse, natives have to be on fasting and offer prayers to their family deity. During the period of eclipse time, do not take any food. The natives have to perform the Sarpasooktasahita Mahansyakapoorva Rudrabhishekam in Lord Shiva temple within 27 days.
The implications due the ecplise will have its effect on factors guided by planet Saturn that stands for democracies, elections, mass and long distance travel and transportation means and systems. Debilitation of Mars indicates sudden events, as it is also in retrogression. Mars expresses the factors of violence, bloodshed, military, police, leadership of a country and para military forces. A culmination of these astrological factors indicate some sudden rebellion of sorts in military or police wings of governments of countries.