About Champa Baoli
As you walk in a mesh of ruins, you will spot a step well whose construction is quite influenced by the Turkish baths. The exemplary Mughal architecture built it in such a position that the taikhanas or the vaulted rooms in the Baoli stayed cool even when it was melting hot outside.
Hence, it not only served as a water tank but also as an air conditioner. The name of the Baoli was derived from the Champak flower as according to a folklore, the fragrance of the flower could be sensed in the water of the well.
Location: West Of Hindola Mahal, Mandu, Madhya Pradesh 454010, India
Timings: Sunrise to sunset.
Entry Fee: Free of cost.
Suggested time required:1 to 2 years.
Distance from Mandu Bus Stand: About a kilometer away.
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