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One is simply amazed at how much our fore fathers knew about Astrophysics! And that will certainly put back some faith in Astrology! The huge, precise structures constructed in such an era when only the Westerners claimed knowledge of everything are relevant even today! They...More
An unique outdoor observatory dating to 1728. A fascinating collection of astronomical calendars, sundials and other time pieces with incredible accuracy. It is best if you visit when the sun is shining and if you take time to understand the instruments, using a guide of...More
Not easily understand anything here .. they made it for climate and auspicious time calculation .. we have know the facts earlier can allows you to understand this place .. surprise visit makes you bored .. already it is not for fun .. entry fee...More
Fantastic and awe inspiring. One can imagine the level of development that we had even then. It feels as if we are standing in the middle of numbers with such deep meaning and calculations. Must visit if you come to Jaipur.
If you have guide with you than you will njoy this place.. But without guide you won't understand anything.. But you can skip this place. Nothing is so special. Not that great.. Instead u can spend your time at amber, nahargarh or city palace
We bought our tickets for different places in Jaipur as a package and this place was included. Pretty interesting place but I wouldn't pay separately to visit it. It's for sure an ideal place if you are interested in old methods of time telling. But...More
The whole site is a little surreal with the shapes and combinations of structures and I found it fascinating. It just seemed that they could be so many more stories and explanations for the items within, perhaps an opportunity for them in the future to...More