A wonderful event will happen in this district of Rajasthan this afternoon, a person will not be able to see his own shadow for a few moments

Banswara : This year’s biggest astronomical event will take place in Banswara district of Rajasthan on June 21, i.e. today afternoon, which is eagerly awaited by astronomical experts and astrologers. On this day at 12:33 pm, the shadow formed by the sun from any direction will be the smallest in size. In Rajasthan, it will be visible only in some areas of Banswara and Dungarpur. On June 21, there will be a day of 13 hours 36 minutes and a night of 10 hours 24 minutes. Such an opportunity comes only on June 21 in a year. Due to the Earth’s 23 and a half degree tilt on its axis, a zero shadow day is formed up to the Tropic of Cancer in the north and the Tropic of Capricorn in the south. The same situation is formed on the Tropic of Capricorn on December 21, when a zero shadow day is formed here.

The effect will be seen here

The effect of this event will be seen in the rural areas of Talwara, Anandpuri, Bagidora, Kalinjara, Kushalgarh of Banswara district and Chikhli, Dungar Bhit of Dungarpur and up to the Gujarat border. Astrological expert Bharat Kumar Khandelwal says that on June 21, there will be zero shadow day on the Tropic of Cancer, that is, at 12:33 pm, the shadow of every object will become zero. Such a wonderful sight can be seen only once a year in the areas located on the Tropic of Cancer. The shadow is the shortest north of the Tropic of Cancer on this day. In the southern district of Rajasthan, Banswara, Zero Shadow Day can be seen in the district from June 10 to June 21 and from June 21 to July 3 in increasing and decreasing order. This event will not occur in the urban area of ​​Banswara, because the Tropic of Cancer passes 7 kilometers south of the city.

There are two zero shadow days in South India

Zero shadow day can be seen two days a year in every city of Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Odisha and all the South Indian states south of the Tropic of Cancer. Zero shadow days of some cities are also shown in the map of India. Due to the inclination of the Earth on its axis of 23.5 degrees, the sun is in a straight line from the Earth to the Tropic of Cancer in the north and the Tropic of Capricorn in the south. The same situation occurs on the Tropic of Capricorn on 21 December, when zero shadow day is formed there.