After 54 years, on April 8, 2024, which countries will the world's largest solar eclipse affect and how long will it last?

The first solar eclipse of the year is going to occur on April 8, a day before the start of Chaitra Navratri.

This eclipse that will occur on April 8 will be a total solar eclipse and this conjunction is going to be formed after 54 years.

During the solar eclipse which occurs after 54 years, Sutal period starts 12 hours before the eclipse. However, there is no Sutak period for this eclipse in India.

Since there is no Sutak period in India you can donate. Donating on this day brings virtue.

The solar eclipse, which will occur after 54 years, will start at 2:12 pm on Monday, April 8. And will end on April 9 at 2:22 am.

If seen, this time the duration of the solar eclipse will be 12 hours. This time this solar eclipse will not be visible in India, hence there will be no Sutak period here.

This solar eclipse will be visible in America, Central and South America, parts of Ireland, Britain and Canada. While the first solar eclipse will be visible in Mexico City.