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Toorji Ka Jhalra (Toorji’s Step Well)

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Toorji Ka Jhalra (Toorji’s Step Well)

400 Reviews
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MumbaiRiders wrote a review Mar 2021
Mumbai, India1,319 contributions437 helpful votes
" Toor ji ka Jhalra" is situated in close proximity to " Sardar Market" in Old Jodhpur city.."Toorji ka Jhalra" was constructed in 1740 by the Queen consort of Maharaja Abhay.Singh. Commonly called Step-well of Jodhpur this stepwell was made using the famous rose - red sandstone found in Jodhpur and is more than 200 feet in depth. It was once adorned with intricate carvings of deities, dancing elephants with two levels of access and a separate tank that received water from the wheel system powered by bullocks.It was restored after being used as a rubbish dump for decades and now has some resemblance to its original true beauty besides reviving the tourism business in the vicinity.. Magnificent to look from above at ground level with a maze of steps leading to the "Bawda(Stepwell)".
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Date of experience: March 2021
Parul wrote a review Jan 2021
Navi Mumbai, India31 contributions
An awesome place to come and relax. The best place near this location is the Open House Roof Top Cafe, from where you can get a perfect scenic view. The view for me was, on one side I had the high fort and setting sun and other side deep step well and moon
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Date of experience: December 2020
sparkyKent wrote a review Aug 2020
kent326 contributions143 helpful votes
If you like to visit step wells this is easy to find. You may well pass it going into town and be able to stop your rickshaw driver as we did on the way. It’s quite small, but enough to take a few photos, free to visit and there’s also lots of squirrels and pigeons who live around the structure. It’s not Abheberi (the famous one between Jaipur and Agra near Dausa) but it has its own charm. There were lots of people sitting on the steps and it seemed to be a meeting place for locals.
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Date of experience: February 2020
Sistersvsglobe wrote a review Jun 2020
Noida, India97 contributions21 helpful votes
This is just walking distance from the clock tower and is surrounded by cafes, shops, restaurants and hostels/hotels. It is a nice place to sit and relax, you will see many people sitting on the stairs too. We were a little bit scared with the depth of the well hence didn't go too down towards the water but we did click photos around the well. You the enjoy the top view of the step well by sitting in one of the cafes surrounding it. We enjoyed the view from Step well cafe just next to it.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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anjan s wrote a review Apr 2020
Raipur, India1,692 contributions514 helpful votes
Not many people visiting Jodhpur make a visit to this place as it is never advertised much.Also, this place is located deep inside an old part of the city with narrow and dingy roads taking you there. After a not so pleasant ride by auto rickshaw,U get a nice feeling once you get a first glimpse of it. Although not as deep as Abhaneri, the architecture of this Stepwell is just awesome. we spent about 20 minutes there and had a nice experience..
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Date of experience: February 2020
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