Sunday’s solar eclipse was visible in Bengaluru from 10.12 am to 1.31 pm.
Jawaharlal Nehru Taralaya officials had cautioned the public that it should be viewed using special glasses.
A partial eclipse of around 40 per cent was visible at 11:47 am. The planetarium had made arrangements for an online webcast of the phenomenon in association with the Indian Institute of Astrophysics (IIA).
Meanwhile, several prominent temples in the state as well as in Bengaluru remained closed during the duration lof the eclipse.