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Unusual India: Rare Places for Adventurers

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India – it is an amazing and mysterious oriental country, the birthplace of Hinduism, yoga, meditation and the ancient Vedas. Its culture itself is very exotic for us, but popular sights like the Taj Mahal or the Lotus Temple have become almost familiar to tourists. It is much more interesting to visit unusual India – spectacular little-known places that surprise, scare or reveal the culture and nature of this country from a completely different side.

Jantar Mantar Observatory

This complex looks like a futuristic space city from science fiction films and stories. In fact, this is a huge laboratory, which was built at the beginning of the 18th century to observe the sun and stars by the Maharaja Jai Singh II, the ruler of the Kingdom of Amber. There were five such laboratories in the country, but this one is the best preserved. Devices are still used by scientists to predict some weather phenomena.

The entrance to the open-air museum costs 50 rupees, for 150 rupees you can order a tour during which you will be told the purpose of all buildings. Sam Jantar-Mantar is located in the city of Jaipur – You can get here by direct plane, and then take a bus or walk to the museum.

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Author: Kelly Costine