Forgotten Beauty of India – Part One

Hey readers, how are you all ?  Must be wondering about now what’s new on Laughter Mania ? So in this Forgotten Beauty of India series, I will be introducing you to some of the architectural wonders of India which is either forgotten or goes unnoticed most of the times. 

So in this first part we will be visiting Rani Ki Vav and once you see all the pictures you’ll be saying it should be renamed as Rani ki Wow !!. Basically it is a well which is constructed in Patan of Gujarat on the banks of River Saraswati. The step well reflects the superb sculpting skills of the artisans of the Solanki era.It was constructed by Queen Udayamati (AD 1022-63) in the loving memory of her husband King Bhimdev I of Solanki dynasty, is one of the finest step wells in India and a popular legacies of Patan.

1.Outside View of Vav

2.Inside Views 

3. This is how the outside looks when you are inside vav

4.The Well 

5. The aerial view of Rani ki Vav is really mesmerizing

6.The internal carvings on the walls.

Aren’t all the pictures amazing ?  Rani ki Vav is was also included in UNESCO’s World Heritage Site in 2014.

If you haven’t been to this place then share it with your friends and make a plan. Comment below if you want to know the visiting times of the place.Next part of Forgotten Beauty of India will come next week, same day. Till then keep reading our articles and take care.

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