In India, the solar eclipse will be partially visible for a short time in northeast India, in some parts of West Bengal, on the coastal parts of Odisha and on the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The phenomenon begins around 3:14 p.m. and ends at 6:22 p.m. in Calcutta.
Here are all the states in which the lunar eclipse will be visible:
However, if you are in a region where the lunar eclipse is not visible, you can view it online here.
To see it online, there are several observatory YouTube channels that live stream the entire phenomenon. You can check out the Griffith Observatory YouTube channel and the Lowell Observatory. Apart from that, several news channels broadcast the entire phenomenon live. You can tune in to these channels and watch the lunar eclipse.