The world’s first Vedic clock to be installed in Ujjain is ready, will be inaugurated on this day

Ujjain News: The world’s first Vedic clock is going to be established in Ujjain, which is considered to be the center of time calculation, with 30 Muhurtas. This clock is ready in which twelve Jyotirlingas, nine planets, zodiac signs and beautiful sunset-solar eclipse views are going to be seen in the country and the world.

The scenes of this watch can also be seen in smart watch or mobile through an application. For this help has been taken from NASA. This clock is going to be installed in Ujjain’s Jivaji Observatory i.e. Jantar Mantar. This Vedic clock will be inaugurated on March 23, 2023, on the occasion of Gudi Padwa.

The construction of this clock tower, which is being built at a cost of one crore 58 lakh, is being done at a fast pace. In this clock, which runs on the principles of Vedic period calculation, everyday the views of sunrise in the country and abroad at different times will be seen on the screen. Vikram Panchang will be present in Vedic clock application which will provide complete information about sunrise, sunset along with Graha yoga, Moon position, Nakshatra, Choghadiya, Bhadra, Solar eclipse and Lunar eclipse.

Telescope will be installed on the tower

Giving information, Higher Education Minister Dr. Mohan Yadav said that a telescope will also be installed on top of this tower so that the events that happen in the night sky can be seen. The construction of this tower is being done by the Municipal Corporation according to the design prepared by Ujjain Engineering College. A clock will be set up here by the Vikramaditya Research Chair.

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