According to the details, the solar eclipse in the country started at 9:26 am according to Pakistani time while the eclipse reached its climax after 10:59 am which ended at 12:46 am. The duration of the eclipse was 3 hours 17. Minutes left Which was seen in many countries including Pakistan.
The eclipse was observed in most parts of Asia, including Pakistan. The eclipse was observed in other parts of the world, including Australia, Africa, Europe and South America.
A ring of fire was seen in Sukkur and Gwadar.
Performing eclipse prayers
Eclipse prayers were offered on the occasion of eclipse in different cities of the country. Eclipse prayers have been specially arranged in different mosques. Eclipse prayers were offered by the people of the area in the Royal Jama Masjid Old Sukkur.
Similarly, eclipse prayers were offered in different cities of the country including Karachi, Lahore, Hyderabad, Rawalpindi, Peshawar and Islamabad and people asked Allah for special prayers and forgiveness for their sins.
Worship and Precautions during Eclipse
The annual solar eclipse was previously 80% observed in December last year. The total eclipse occurred earlier in August 1999 while citizens were instructed not to watch the eclipse directly. Use special safety goggles to view the eclipse. Use specially designed filters.
Technology Fawad Chaudhry has said that the eclipse should not be viewed directly. The rays emitted during the eclipse can affect the eyesight. It is very important to take precautions during the eclipse.
When man’s knowledge was very limited, superstition was also on the rise. Everything he liked was associated with good fortune and what he feared was associated with torment. Eclipse was the same process. Now science has opened the fortress of eclipse. Given this, the stories of superstition connected with it are also taking their last breaths
There will be 6 eclipses this year, 4 lunar eclipses and 2 solar eclipses. The second eclipse of this year will be on December 14.
The Minister said that the eclipse on December 14 will not be seen in Pakistan. Today, the total solar eclipse is in Sukkur and its environs. The rest of the areas are partial eclipses.
Professor Muhammad Javed, Director, Institute of Space and Planetary Astrophysics (SPA), also said that eclipses should not be viewed directly. Special glasses are used to observe eclipses. The eclipse is observed.
On the other hand, Chief Mate Sardar Sarfraz said that the color of fire will be seen only in Sukkur city. The eclipse should not be seen through ordinary sunglasses. The color of fire will be seen in Sukkur and Gwadar.
Mufti Muneeb-ur-Rehman advised the citizens to take precautionary measures while observing solar and lunar eclipses. If there is a barrier between the solar and lunar eclipses, it is called solar eclipse. The sayings about the eclipse are not true.