Raniji Ki Baori Overview
Bundi abounds in baoris or stepwells, the most notable among which is Rani-Ji-ki-Baori. Constructed in 1699 by Rani Nathwati, it is one of the largest and most well-preserved stepwells in India. Thus, it is a must-visit among Bundi tourist places.

This 300-year old construction is 46 meters deep and dotted with pillars featuring sinuous carvings. The massive gate or toran has intricate murals typical of Bundi. If you climb down the zig-zag staircases, you will reach below-ground landings containing places of worship.

Location: Bundi Rd, near k. N, Adisal Singh Colony, Gayatri Nagar.

Entry fee: Rs. 75/-

Timings: 10 am – 4 pm.
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