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The Step Well Square is a mini-architectural tour with the Toorji's Step Well at the center, and almost 250 yrs of building traddition on view. Built in the 1740s, submerged for decades, its recent restoration uncovered over 200 hundred feet of hand...more
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It was the first time that I saw a step-well in my life. The architecture was quite interesting. It was quite intuitive of our ancestors to build steps that led down to the bottom of the well to facilitate easy lifting of water.
We stopped in here after viewing the fort and Jaswant Thada. We were hungry and i read about a nice cafe overlooking the stepwell and shops nearby...It was the first stepwell we had seen in India - yes there are others elsewhere but if you...More
This was close to where we were staying in the old city. It was not well signposted, but our Google Maps brought us here safely walking from our hotel.
The place appears to be in good shape, since it was submerged for many years. It...More
Within the tiny lanes of Gulab Sagar, lies this amazing stepwell. You can reach this by foot via the navigation system on your phone. There are small exotic shops near the stepwell. These are great for buying souvenirs.
This astounding place is buried in very narrow streets, and easily missed from the street.
It is beautiful. In the afternoon, children swimming and locals enjoying the space. Early morning it is quiet and we were delighted to see a kingfisher waiting fro fish to...More