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Stock Travel Photo : An Indian couple examine the Narivalaya Dakshin Gola, one of the astronomical instruments at the Jantar Mantar Observatory. India - Rajasthan - Jaipur

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Flag:Flag for India
Country Name:India
State Name:Rajasthan
City Name:Jaipur
Description:An Indian couple examine the Narivalaya Dakshin Gola, one of the astronomical instruments at the Jantar Mantar Observatory.
Keywords:india rajasthan jaipur indian couple examine narivalaya dakshin gola astronomical instruments jantar mantar observatory
Theme:History
Indian
……Rajput
Image Size:2619 x 3945 px, 300dpi
ISO:200
ShutterSpeed:1/400
Aperture:10.0
FocalLength:31.0 mm
Equivalent 35mm Sensor Format:46 mm
Lens:18.0-200.0 mm f/3.5-5.6
Camera:NIKON D300
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Two workers repair the Samrat Yantra, one of the astronomical instruments at the Jantar Mantar Observatory.
Two workers repair the Samrat Yantra, one of the astronomical instruments at the Jantar Mantar Observatory.
Access stairs to the Samrat Yantra, one of the astronomical instruments at the Jantar Mantar Observatory.
An Indian couple examine the Narivalaya Dakshin Gola, one of the astronomical instruments at the Jantar Mantar Observatory.
White marble Mubarak Mahal built late 19thC for Maharaja Madho Singh II.
A gold-plated door in the City Palace complex.
In the Sarbato Bhadra stands one of the two huge silver urns used to transport Ganga water to England.
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