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About Jantar Mantar, Jaipur

The Jantar Mantar Observatory is an old observatory that includes several different apparatus that were used in the olden times to practice astronomy. Built in the time of the royals of Rajasthan, The observatory is a part of a group of observatories all over India that are enlisted as World heritage sites. This is because they were used to predict the movement of the celestial bodies long before modern science making them an extremely significant development in the history of science.

Marble Sandstone and bronze make up the Jantar Mantar in Jaipur. This ancient wonder could do it all from predicting eclipses to keeping time. What is amazing is that a very detailed analysis of the structures and positions of planets could be done with the structures in this place. The largest of these is the SamratYantra, which notifies the time of the day. Some of the equipment is also said to have been used to predict monsoons.

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Jantar Mantar Information

  • The Jantar Mantar has been declared as a National Monument. The adjoining smaller equipments include the Ram Yantra, which depicts improvised designing and functioning specifications.

Jantar Mantar Tickets Prices

  • Adult: 300 INR Foreigner
  • Adult: 55 INR Indian

How To Get To Jantar Mantar by Public Transport

  • Nearest Bus station: Badi Chopad Bus Stop

Restaurants Near Jantar Mantar

  • Surya Mahal
  • Raj Palace
  • Handi Restaurant

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Address: Jaipur, Rajasthan

Phone: +91-1412610494

Ticket Price: 300 INR

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Time Required: 03:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 04:30 pm Details

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  • Jantar Mantar Jaipur is one of the best archeo-astronomical observatories in the world. If you have even little bit of the knowledge of Astronomy, this place is for you. Just go and explore. Most of the instruments are unique and one of their kind. To realize the real beauty of this place one must know a few things about Positional Astronomy. When you visit this place, keep in mind that you don't disturb any instrument by unnecessarily touching it or trying to move it. Even if your guide tries to move any cross wire just to show you the shadow (you will understand when you go there) please ask him not to do that.

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  • Impressive "collection" of centuries old astronomical devices and tools. Our guide (not affiliated with this place) did a pretty good job of explaining in layman's terms what each did. Really interesting to see how well people in that time mastered the science and practical applications (crop planning, monsoon calendar, unified standard time for the state) despite being limited to what would today be considered rudimentary technology.

  • It's a place which keeps the person assumed on how people 300-400 years ago measured time so accurately. All instruments are great. Suggestions to management: please put details of each instrument elaborated. By elaborated I mean how it is used and how it is used to calculate time and placement of heavenly bodies. A visitor is bound to hire a guide to understand how the things work.

  • This astronomical observatory is located at the heart of the city and is walking distance from the city palace.You can purchase tickets to the Jantar Mantar either at the entrance or online. There is also a light and sound show for which tickets can be purchased at the monument. A guide is a must when you visit this place as it is very rich in science and history. There are audio guides also available which explains the significance of each structure and gives a background about astronomy. If you are interested in the movement of the heavenly bodies then you should spend around two hours at this place with the audio guide.

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  • Old astronomical observatory. Well maintained. You can hire a guide who will explain working of all instruments. If you have some knowledge about astronomy, you will be able to understand better.

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