Vedh Shala is positioned in the holy metropolis of New Ujjain. It is an observatory built with the aid of Maharaja Jai ??Singh II in 1725 which consists of thirteen architectural astronomy gadgets. The observatory is one of the 5 observatories constructed with the aid of Maharaja Jai ??Singh II whilst he was governor of Ujjain. Vedh Shala became built with the aim of measuring nearby time, altitude of the vicinity and also to measure declination of the Sun, stars and planets and to determine eclipses.
Motion, speed and properties of stars and planets had been additionally recorded the usage of numerous special instruments. Jai Singh II also had an astronomer and had deep hobby in technological know-how and astronomy. In the early 18th century, he sent his scholars to many countries to look at layout, creation and era of the observatories and also the prevalent era. The scholars returned with their observations and lots of manuals on astronomy. Subsequently among 1724 and 1737, Jai Singh II had constructed five observatories in Jaipur, Mathura, New Delhi and Ujjain and in Varanasi.