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rani-ki-vav overview

#1 of 63 Places To Visit in Patan
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Anahilwada Patan, Gujarat, India
entry fee
per person for Indian Citizens
per person for Foriegners
Open from 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM
visit duration
1 to 2 hours

about rani-ki-vav

The magnificent Queen’s step wall or Rani-ki-Vav reflects the rich “Solanki” architecture. This five storey masterpiece was built by King Bhimadeva’s wife, Queen Udayamati and measures approximately 64 m in height. It is a step well structure, in which the shaft of the well is 27 m deep and has a corridor that descends down to the underground tank.  The entire step well has an east-west orientation pattern to it.  The tank comprises of four multi-storeyed pillared pavilions embellished with beautiful sculptures. These sculptures can also be located on the inner side of the well and corridor walls. Nearly 400 sculptures of Hindu gods and goddesses can be seen here.  

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4 Rani-ki-Vav reviews
Er Bhavin Patel
Er Bhavin Patel
awesome piece of art.
Sep 07 2014
When i saw the rani-ki-vav i was wondered that how they can do such beautiful carving in stones. I loved each and every design of the rani-ki-vav, but there is so much dust and garbage so it need to be clean well. I hope it will be clean when i visit ...... read more
Danrup Watclif
Danrup Watclif
World heritage site of India....
Jun 27 2014
Ran ki vav located in Patan, Gujarat is recently declared as World Heritage site by UNESCO.. This is place which is worth the visit.. The place is visited by so many tourists. The best place to boost up your experience of this visit is to visit early ...... read more