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We travelled from Agra to Jaipur and this was one of our stop offs and it was one of te best. This stepwell was built by King Chanda of the Nikumbha Dynasty in the
8th/ 9th Century to conserve water. In moonsoon season the well...More
If you’re traveling between Agra and Jaipur then this is a must see. Good for a short visit and there’s no entrance fee.
Suggest you ignore the guides as you can get enough information about the step week voila google.
This is one of those ‘must visit’ places if you are travelling between Jaipur and Agra - it requires just a short diversion, albeit along a toll road.
It was built by King Chanda of the Nikumbha Dynasty around 8-900 AD, and is over 13...More
One of the most well preserved and impressive stepwells in Rajasthan. The four-hour drive from Delhi is worth it, especially since the roads are in excellent condition.
The walls of the complex have on display various sculptures, and there are guides available if you are...More
Chand Baori is a stepwell situated in the village of Abhaneri in the Indian state of Rajasthan. Located on the highway between Jaipur and Agra. Chand Baori consists of 3,500 narrow steps over 13 stories. It extends approximately 30 m into the ground making it...More
This place is simply amazing. The well is beautiful, the builder made provision for almost 50 people to get down at the same time. The government is doing its best to keep the place in good shape. It is on Jaipur to Agra road so...More
It is a very deep stepwell so symmetric that one will be completely hypnotized. Very quiet, serene and not overcrowded. This place is not very popular with the Indian tourists but you can find many foreign tourists from around the globe. We went in the...More
I am from hyderabad, I landed from jaipur airport to shiv villas hotel and completed hawa mahal, and jal mahal, and not interested in visting ajmer fort because i get bored, so i planned for chand baori. Since no local transport like bus or train...More
I always imagined the step wells as an exciting structure, which is exciting only if is busy with locals, as it forms a beautiful frame with some colours.
As it is, It is just a step well structure, which one can admire Architecturally, and the...More