On June 21, two events are worth taking note of.
One, the International Yoga Day is being observed by people while keeping social distance and wearing masks.
Two, the occurrence of the annular solar eclipse. It happens when the Moon passes between Earth and the Sun, thereby totally or partly obscuring the image of the Sun for a viewer on Earth.
On Sunday, the solar eclipse starts becoming visible at 9.15 am, and till 12.10 pm, light darkness enveloping the earth. It ends at 3.04 pm.
This means for solar eclipse 2020 lasts for almost six hours. The last solar eclipse took place on July 2, 2019.