Sunday's eclipse arrived on the northern hemisphere’s longest day of the year -- the summer solstice -- when Earth's north pole is tilted most directly towards the Sun.
Apart from India, the eclipse will also be visible in Pakistan, Sri Lanka, North Australia, Africa and other countries.
On Thursday, Hyderabadi’s saw the partial, annular solar eclipse where the moon partially covered the sun.
Despite it being a cloudy day, people turned up in large numbers at the Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium to witness the solar eclipse with a hope that the clouds would clear up.
South India stood in awe as the Moon blocked the view of the Sun for around three full minutes, forming the ring of fire in the dark sky, on Thursday.
Scores of people across Tamil Nadu witnessed the annular solar eclipse on Thursday.