When the sun is completely hidden behind the moon, the extent to which it appears is called solar eclipse. At the time of solar eclipse, after sun lunar sun lunar sun rays are seen on all four sides of the moon. Their size is circular. The radiation away called (Corona).
Ashadha or Aashaadha is a month of the Hindu calendar (and of the present-day Nepali calendar) that corresponds to June/July in the Gregorian calendar. In India’s national civil calendar, Āsāṛh is the fourth month of the year, beginning on 15 June and ending on 16 July. In Vedic Jyotish, Āsāṛh begins with the Sun’s entry into Gemini. It is the first of the two months that comprise the monsoon season.