September 16, 2017: Indira Ekadasi
September 17, 2017: Vyatipata Mahalayam, Kanya Sankranthi, Pradosha Vratam
September 18, 2017: Kaliyugadi, Gajachhaya Parvam, Vishasastrahata Mahalayam, Maasa Sivarati
The Annual Solar Eclipse that falls on October 3, 2005 sends signals of the same as that of September 23, 1987. This Eclipse can cause even more recurrence of drastic events like separatist movements, major air disasters and unfortunate events. Happenings of 1987 may also repeat.
The Eclipse begins at 13:06 hrs.
Annularity begins at 14:13hrs
Greatest Eclipse at 15:41 hrs
Annularity ends at 17:51 hrs
Eclipse ends at 18:58hrs.
The planetary position as on October 3, 2005 is as under:
Rahu is positioned in Meena Rasi, Kuja (R) in Mesha Rasi, Sani in Karkataka Rasi, Ravi, Chandra, Budha and Ketu in Kanya Rasi, Guru in Tula Rasi and Sukra in Vruschika Rasi.
This type of planetary position is not a cordial one and may cause dangerous events on account of Solar Eclipse.
This Eclipse may lead to intensification of democratic and separatist movements and violent agitations in several parts of the world including Jammu and Kashmir in India besides causing plane accidents, unearthing of dangerous secrets involving countries. This may even cause dangerous turn of separate Telangana state in Andhra Pradesh. There may be major unfortunate violent incidents in Andhra Pradesh in respect of Telangana issue in the coming one year.
In this connection, we may take into consideration of retrogression of Kuja in respect of Solar Eclipse. Kuja will turn retrograde on October 2, 2005 which will be followed closely by Solar Eclipse on 3 rd in just few hours of gap. Kuja will remain in retrogression till December 10, 2005. The retrogression of Kuja in its own sign, being aspected by Guru occurring in 8 th house from the ecliptic point in Kanya and the Solar eclipse may cause outburst of many events such as spread of fanaticism, growth of religious cults, non adherence to dharma sastras, tension will surround women leaders, international trade etc.,