A Very Observatory Site Found By Maharaja Jai Singh Second And Built In 1724 Is Jantar Mantar Located In The Heart Of Our Nation, New Delhi.
Jantar Mantar
In 1858 It Was Damaged Badly By The Fight During The Indian Rebellion Of 1857. It Consist Of 13 Architectural Astronomy Instruments. The Main Objective Of The Observatory Was To Compile Astronomical Tables, And To Predict The Time And Movements Of The Sun , Moon And Other Planets. There Are Three Instruments Within The Observatory-
Jantar Mantar
  • The Samrat Yantra
  • The Jayaprakash And
  • The Misra Yantra.
Between 1727 And 1734 Jai Singh Second Built Five Similar Observatories In West Central India Which Are Located In
Jantar Mantar
  • Jaipur
  • Ujjain
  • Mathura
  • Varanasi
Although The Jantar Mantar Was Built For Astronomy And Astrology, They Are One Of The Most Major Tourist Attraction And A Significant Monument Of The History Of Astronomy. Now A Days It Is A Place Where People Come For Strike And To Plead For There Problems. It Has A Special Significance For Showing Their Rage And To Protest Against The Social Issues And Problems.

Location- 👇

  • Sansad Marg, Connaught Place, New Delhi, Delhi.

How To Reach - 🚲

  • Nearest Airport Is Igi International Airport
  • Nearest Railway Station Is New Delhi Railway Station.
  • Regular Metro Service Is Available To Reach Jantar Mantar. Nearest Metro Station Is Central Secretariat
  • Regular Taxi And Auto Services Are Also Available

Local Language - 👄

  • Hindi, Punjabi, English

Local Food- 🍲

  • Dahi Bada, Pani Puri, Bedai, Fruit Salad, Besan Chilla, Biriyani, Chole Kulche Etc

Local Transport- 🚕

  • Rickshaw, Electric Tricycle, Taxi, Buses, Metro Etc.

Places To Visit Near Jantar Mantar-

  • Chandni Chowk, Red Fort, Cannaught Palace, Chawari Bazar, Sri Sheesh Ganj Sahib Darbar, Sadar Market, Humayun Tomb, Hauz Khas, Qutub Minar, gurudwara bangla sahib Etc.


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