14 August 2013

Jantar Mantar, Jaipur.

Laghu Samrat Yantra with the Clock Tover of City Palace in Background.
Jantar Mantar is a collection of architectural astronomical instruments, built by Sawai Jai Singh in the early 18th century. There are many Observatories built all around the world but Jantar Mantar of Jaipur is considered to be one of the biggest in all of them. Jantar Mantar is combination of Religion, Science and Art. The name Jantar Mantar is derived from Sanskrit Term Yantra (Instruments) and Mantras ( Formula in this Context Calculation) Yantra was further changed by Jantar translates as Magical. So Jantar Mantar translated in English as Magical Calculations. Jantar Mantar of Jaipur was Part of five Observatories built in New Delhi, Ujjain, Varanasi, Matura and Jaipur. The Jantar Mantar of jaipur is biggest in all of them and is in very good Condition; With Thousands of Tourists it also attracts Astronomers, Astrologers and Scientists every year from all around the world.

12 August 2013

Indian Coffee House, Jaipur. . .

Indian Coffee House, M.I. Road, Jaipur. Ok Let me start by telling you how old this Outlet of "Indian Coffee House" is. I had asked lot of People and no one was Sure about when it was started. Some said it was Here Before the Christ, Some said It is so old that it has even Served the Cave Man, Some said that it is so old that it has even seen the Big Bang. Anyhow no one knows how old it is but it is Very Very Very Old. . . Indian Coffee House is situated at M.I. Road. Near Shop Number 370, It is inside a small alley kind of thing so its bit of hard to locate it. 

10 August 2013

Kuchipudi & Light Classical Music.

Kuchipudi Dance Performance presented by Shallu Jindal and Light Classical Music by Vidya Shah, at Open Air Theater of Jawahar Kala Kendra on the eve of 9th August 2013 as a part of ongoing Teej Festival organised by R.T.D.C. was really a treat. They Both were Brilliant at their Performances and it was Lovely Watching them.

01 August 2013

Bhutta Time. . .

Bhutta Time. . . As Monsoon comes so are the Bhutta (Corn) Carts. At the monsoon time you will see many Bhutta (Corn) Carts all around the Jaipur City, actually you will see them at most parts of North India.