The greatest feature of Indian Geology is that it is a direct scripture. This is scripture. In this scripture, directivity means "to show the apparent-planet as measured by mathematics as perturbed." Our mathematical masters have taken shelter from the process of perforation since ancient times in giving direct form to the mathematical principles of eclipse and accretion. In the preceding five principles of Varahamihira and in all the scriptures of later scholars like Lall, Sripati, Bhaskaracharya and Kamalakarbhatta, a chapter has been imposed in the name of Triprasnadhkir, in which we with the help of Shugkhu etc. Can do knowledge.
The process of looking at the planets through the instruments which have been arranged in the scriptures is called 'Vedha' and where the motion of the planets are kept continuously tested, keeping the instruments of this type together. Is, it is called 'Observatory'. In India, the first Maharaja Mirza Sawai Jai Singh built such observatories in Jaipur, Delhi, Mathura, Ujjain and Kashi. Lee's famous ('Jantar-Mantar') is prominent in the observatories he has built. In all these observatories, astrology scholars at that time, along with their disciples, carried out research on the principles of planetary mathematics through the process of observatories. All these observatories from the Paleoliths. Were made, in which the chronology has now become the bulk.
The construction of the observatory was started in Sri Lal Bahadur Shastri Rashtrakriti Sanskrit Vidyapeeth New Delhi to publicize the process of perforation in this era and to expose the veracity of astrology to the common people to remove the bulk of the instruments of these observatories. . It is a privilege of the Vidyapeeth that for this work we received the services of Mr. Kalyan Dutt Sharma, an expert and expert scholar of the construction of observatories. He has built, tested and modified the instruments of the observatory of the Vidyapeeth one night and one day. In this work, the head of school astrology, Dr. Shukdev Chaturvedi and Astrology Department Reader Dr. Onkarnath Chaturvedi, Pt. Shri Shardanivasastri, Senior Lecturers Pt. Shri Ramdev Jha and Dr. Perum Kumar Sharma etc. has collaborated with great passion and readiness from time to time. The following instruments are built in this observatory -
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