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A Mauryan relic - needs maintenence

Right from the gateway the fort looks as if in shambles. But as you walk in you can make out from... read more

Reviewed February 7, 2012
trueblueonly4u
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New Delhi, India
A must visit in Junagadh for the cannons, scenery and the well carved from rock

Petra in Jordan , comes to mind when you first see the 'vaav' or wells carved from stone in... read more

Reviewed January 24, 2012
Shashi B
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Mumbai
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Reviewed February 10, 2012

Dear Friends, Eager to know more about the Girnar Mountain? (Junagadh is situated on Girnar Mountain), then must come here. Here the famous Adi-Kadi Step-well, Buddhdha Caves, Navghan Well, Giant Store rooms for grain, Giant water reservoir & Castle. Do not forget to look at...More

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Reviewed February 7, 2012

Right from the gateway the fort looks as if in shambles. But as you walk in you can make out from the ornate gateways and the high stone walls that the fort was once quite a bastion that supposedly has been besieged 16 times and...More

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Reviewed January 24, 2012

Petra in Jordan , comes to mind when you first see the 'vaav' or wells carved from stone in Uperkot, Junagadh. Apart from the brilliant engineering of connecting many such wells , to provide water to the city of Junagadh, the engineering acumen of the...More

Thank Shashi B
Reviewed January 10, 2012

The stepwells carved out of sheer rock are worth viewing. Its amazing to see that there is still water in these wells. Unfortunately they are very badly maintained, people have thrown a lot of garbage in the well. If only the local people and authorities...More

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Reviewed December 18, 2011

We stayed for a day in Junagarh on way from Bhuj to Somnath. There are not many places in Junagarh. Upercot is one of the main attraction after Girnar Mountain. Be prepared to walk to see all points inside fort. This fort was believed to...More

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Reviewed December 17, 2011

Well one of the highlights when you visit the city of junagadh is to be here.. breath taking views for Gir Mountain and the Vavs..(The wells) is awesome... the hanuman temple at the entrance is fab and so is the Aadi kadi Vav and Navghan...More

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