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Jantar Mantar introduce something new for all Scholars & researchers from 13 April 2016


Jantar Mantar

Jaipur Jantar Mantar is a heritage place in Jaipur which are very much like by all tourist and specially researchers. It is constructed by the King of Jaipur Sewai Jay Singh in 1738. Some of the part of Jantar Mantar was not opened for public till 1738 but now the time one new place of Jantar Mantar will introduce with public which is called “Sastas Yentar”. From the 13 April 2016 this part of Jantar Mantar will open for all.

Sastas Yentar is earlier time instrument which are basically used for calculating time by the help of sun. At Jantar Mantar two rooms was designed as a Sastas Yentar. Both the rooms having some instrument at roof and inside also. There is also a long scale of marble stone and one hole in wall for sun rays.

This was very good opportunities for all scholars and researchers for studied more and more on that topic because it will open for all in the history of Jaipur. This was the beautiful gift from the government for all tourists on the event of World Heritage Day which will celebrate on 18 April.

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