Jantar Mantar





Jantar Mantar, where the meaning and significance of the instruments Yantra Mantra formulas, built in 1724. Located near Connaught Place, New Delhi, Jantar Mantar has among the many observatories built by Maharaja Jai Singh II of Jaipur. Other observers are to built at Jaipur, Varanasi, Ujjain and Mathura. basically consists of tools used to keep track of celestial bodies. Jai Singh, after having found the existing astronomical instruments too small to take appropriate measures such instruments built the largest and most accurate Jantar Mantar in New Delhi instruments.The looks promising brilliance. However, it is a small problem that these tools can not make accurate observations, as many of the tall buildings that are built around the observatory. Delhi Jantar Mantar is also a reminder of the technological achievements that have taken place under the rule of Rajput kings.


As it was extremely necessary to resolve the argument and they know the position accurately, he proposed remedy available to the astronomical tables. The offer was accepted by the Mughal emperor, which led to the construction of Jantar Mantar in Delhi. Initially, the coppers used in the observatory. However, they were found to have a number of inherent errors. So after much deliberation, adopted Jai Singh, the style of Prince Ulugh Beg, builder of the 15th century observatory in Samarkand, Uzbekistan.