Panna Meena ka Kund
Panna Meena ka Kund
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FLnurseER
Boca Raton, FL5,236 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2022 • Family
On the way to the Amber Fort our guide had stopped for a little surprise visit here. The 450 year stepwell is an eight story staircase architectural gem that does not take a long time to see, but the pictures from here are simply stunning. What a marvelous public gathering place it must have been in its heyday.
Written September 3, 2022
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Gl0balCitizen2013
United Kingdom2,806 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2019
This is a fascinating stepwell, which we found quite interesting, since we had never seen a stepwell before. It is an example of the extraordinary ingenuity of Indian people, who thought of this innovative way to store & utilise water in the arid lands of Rajasthan. It is well worth a visit, just because it is so different and unusual an architectural form. What is truly remarkable is that it was once bustling with life, the place where women gathered to get water from for their daily needs.
Written May 3, 2020
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FHTR In Rajasthan
Jaipur, India265 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2024 • Friends
Panna Mian Ka Kund also known as Panna Meena Ka Kund near Amber Fort in Jaipur is a hidden gem straight out of a fairytale! This ancient stepwell isn't just about water; it's a work of art with its intricate carvings and colorful steps leading down 200 meters to a cool, refreshing pool.

The crisscross steps add a wow factor, and the four octagonal pavilions at the corners create a peaceful atmosphere. This stepwell was once a vital water source for the community and a gathering place for locals, but today it offers a welcome escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. it's a popular spot for locals and a great place to capture unique photos.
Written March 4, 2024
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JayeshLC
Mumbai, India72 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2021
This is in AMER Fort and very nice place for photo opportunity. You cannot climb down the steps and if you want photography done for any special occasion, you need to take permission as it is under UNESCO. It is very good site for Pre-Wedding Photo shoots and lot of film shootings have happened here.
Written February 3, 2021
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vivek0210
Bengaluru, India2,516 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2022 • Friends
If you visit the Amber Fort don't miss the famous Panna Meena Ka Kund. It a simple square stepped well that take 10 minutes to visit. If you want to experience and understand the architectural brilliance, symmetry and science behind the Kund (stepped well) you should spend over an hour.
Written May 28, 2022
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Wen-D K
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin440 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020 • Couples
I had read about the amazing stepwells of Rajasthan- but these go way beyond any written description. Truly something to see - incredible architectural fete and a brilliant concept used in the past to gather water. As the water level dropped, you would simply walk down to the next level. Used in the past for both water and social gatherings.
Written March 9, 2020
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exploredaunexplored
Mumbai, India1,789 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2022 • Solo
We went in the afternoon and it was a bad time to visit this place. Scorching heat. Go early morning or in the evening. You can't go down. You need a special permission if you want to go down. It's nice but not well maintained. The water is supposed to have medicinal properties but I'm not sure if it still holds true.
Written January 10, 2023
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Eileen G
Paoli, PA182 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2021
This stepwell is in a lovely spot with great views of the fort and surrounding buildings. Since we had already seen the Chand Baori this stepwell was slightly less impressive. But it is worth seeing, especially if you haven't been to Chand Baori.
Written January 26, 2022
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Lakshmi Biradar
Bengaluru, India915 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2023 • Friends
It is a very old step well which was used for water storage. It's a 200ft deep well used for water storage during ancient times. It's worth the visit on your way to Amber Fort. The beautiful stairs that seem to never end gives you very good view. If you are photo freak then you can click lot of pictures. Movies like "Jai Vikraanta" and "Dabangg 3" were shooted here.
Written February 3, 2024
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Satnam Singh
Jaipur, India62 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2018 • Friends
It's a place where u could spent little time.its amazing as well as a great concept or idea used in historic time.
Written November 22, 2018
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