India's most beautiful Stepwells that you need to visit at least once

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The Chand Baori is one of the most beautiful stepwells in India, it is known for its elaborate work highlighted by diamond-shaped staircases that descend into the well, it is said to have been constructed in the 9th Century during the reign of King Chanda of the Nikhumbh Dynasty.

Chand Baori, Rajasthan

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Rani Ki Vav is one of the most fascinating pieces of evidence of the architectural marvel of the Chalukya Dynasty. It is situated in Patan, Gujarat and is also a UNESCO world heritage site. 

Rani Ki Vav, Gujarat

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 It is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Delhi. It belongs to the 14th Century most likely during the rule of the Tughlaq or Lodi Dynasty. he increase in popularity of this stepwell was witnessed after some of the movie sequences in PK were shot in this location. 

Agrasen Ki Baoli, New Delhi

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The Adalaj Vav is a masterpiece of stone masonry with intricate carvings, it was built in the 15th Century by Mahmud Begada to commemorate Queen Rudabai, , who was the wife of Veersinh the chieftain of Vaghelas.

Adalaj Vav, Adalaj, Gujarat

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Raniji Ki Baoli is a stepwell that is constructed in the 17th Century by Rani Nathavati Ji and boasts of striking architecture. It is 46 meters deep stepwell. It is an important historical monument in the city.

 Raniji Ki Baoli, Kota

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