Department of Archaeology and Museums in Rajasthan, since its
inception in 1950, has been making concerted efforts to
discover, preserve, protect, exhibit and interpret the cultural
legacy embodied in various forms of art and architecture. The
Department has 331 protected monuments,17 museums,1art gallery,
04 propose museums and 44 archaeological sites under its control comprising of
sacred and secular monuments, such as exquisite temple, colossal
mosques, massive forts, splendid palaces, artistic cenotaphs,
carved and painted havelies.
UNESCO World Heritage
(Monument) Site 2010.
The Jantar Mantar, in Jaipur,
is an astronomical observation site built in the early 18th
century. It includes a set of some 20 main fixed instruments.
They are monumental examples in masonry of known instruments but
which in many cases have specific characteristics of their own.
Designed for the observation of astronomical positions with the
naked eye, they embody several architectural and instrumental
innovations. This is the most significant, most comprehensive,
and the best preserved of India’s historic Observatories. It is
an expression of the astronomical skill and cosmological
concepts of the court of a scholarly prince at the end of the
Dining Restaurant at Nahargarh.
Department of Archaeology and Museums intends to set up a fine
dining restaurant at Nahargarh Fort, Jaipur for which a draft for
expression of Interest has been prepared and uploaded on the
invites observation/comments from the potentional bidders on the
draft that would be finalized after having a pre bid meeting on
07.10.2014 at 11.00 a.m. with all interested parties.