Various parts of India witnessed solar eclipse or ‘surya grahan’ on June 21

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The solar eclipse began from around 9 am as the Sun, the Moon, and the Earth came in a straight line. It will be visible until 1.50 pm

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This is the third eclipse this year after first two lunar eclipses took place in January and June

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This is also the last annual solar eclipse of the decade

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According to astrologers and experts, this one was the fourth super rare hybrid eclipse which is a mix between an annular and total solar eclipse

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The eclipse will also be visible in Asia, Africa, the Pacific, the Indian Ocean, parts of Europe and Australia.

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Here are some of the images of the annular solar eclipse from across India:

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Dehradun, Uttarakhand

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Amritsar

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Mumbai

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New Delhi

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Jaipur

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Gandhi Nagar, Gujarat