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A deeply meaningful place to visit.

This well looks like Escher could have designed it. It’s very ancient and spiritual. We were lucky... read more

Reviewed February 14, 2018
Laura A
via mobile
800-900 AD Stepped Well

Abhaneri is known for its 'Baori' or step well which was invented by the natives to harvest rain... read more

Reviewed January 16, 2018
SoumyaA8
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Feb 14, 2018
“A deeply meaningful place to visit.”
Jan 16, 2018
“800-900 AD Stepped Well”
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Reviewed February 14, 2018 via mobile

This well looks like Escher could have designed it. It’s very ancient and spiritual. We were lucky to have had a guide who stopped with us to see it. It’s not a destination per se but, very worthwhile.

Thank Laura A
Reviewed January 16, 2018

Abhaneri is known for its 'Baori' or step well which was invented by the natives to harvest rain water. The Baori was used as a cool place of retreat and as a water source/reservoir during parched times of the year. Chand Baori remains one of...More

Thank SoumyaA8
Reviewed December 13, 2017

Chand Baoli is also know as by the name Anhaneri Step Well. This amazing structure is 13 stories deep. Three sides have double flights of narrow steps. These 3500 steps are arranged in perfect symmetry and descend to the bottom of the well which is...More

Thank MissMem
Reviewed March 6, 2016

This stepwell is in the village of Abhaneri which is 95 km from Jaipur off the main road to Agra and doesn't appear to be visited by many tourists. It consists of 3,500 steps over 13 levels, is 30 metres deep and is one of...More

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