Jantar Mantar (Delhi)

Jantar Mantar (Delhi) is a tourist attraction, one of the Astronomical observatories in New Delhi, India. It is located: 9.4 km from New Delhi, 710 km from Jaipur, 860 km from Ludhiana.

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Location

, N28°37'37", E77°12'59". Get directions

Contact

Website: delhitourism.gov.in

Open hours
  • Mon-Sun 6:00 AM–6:00 PM

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Kapil Kawatra
24 November 2015
Built in1724 there are three instruments within the observatory of Jantar Mantar in New Delhi: the Samrat Yantra, the Jayaprakash & the Misra Yantra with primary purpose to compile astronomical tables
HISTORY TV18
23 January 2013
Jantar Mantar is a collection of architectural astronomical instruments, built by Maharaja Jai Singh II between 1727 & 1734. Its name is derived from jantar ("instrument"), and Mantar ("calculation").
Subir Dey
25 August 2013
The guards hired by ASI have become intrusive :/ Its OK that you're trying to stop all those young couples from getting too comfortable but they've started to disturb genuine visitors and tourists
Aditi Malhotra
9 October 2011
You cannot miss the stall that serves South Indian here. Right opposite Anna's humble abode. So cheap and so much satisfaction. Good size of idlis and Vadas. Also, the suji upma is brilliant.
Holiday Mango
9 February 2016
It is one of the heritage center in India, situated in Delhi. In jantar mantar is representing different kinds of astronomical instruments in large forms. Enjoy in the Delhi holiday Packages.
Holiday Mango
15 September 2015
Jantar mantar is wonder that can see in your Delhi tour. It is a construction of thirteen architectural astronomy instruments. The word meaning is additional resources for further exploration.
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