Historical step well Chand Baori which is made in 18th century during the Mughal era

Oct 16, 2019

Chand Baori is named as the local ruler, King Chanda. Older parts of the next step from the 8th century, but the upper stories were built around the 18th century during the Mughal era.

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The state of Rajasthan is very dry, and the construction of Chand Baori and the final structure is intended to save as much water as possible. At the bottom of the well, the air is cooling 5-6 degrees above the surface, and during the severe heat, the local people used to be used as a place to raise Chand Baori. There is a comfort room for a pavilion and royals on one side of the well.

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According to legend in Rajasthan's Abhaneri village, where Chand Baori is located in Stepwell, ghosts built this architectural wonder around the 10th century. As much as it seems, there is no other explanation about how to build this fully structured step. About 900 AD, Raja Chanda constructed to solve the drought problem of this area. Approximately 13 stories were tall, in the shape of approximately 100 feet from the Earth's surface in the V-shape, with stages of approximately 3,500 full-length; King Chanda dedicated his happiness to Joy and happiness, the mother of Hashat Mata at the end. Details about its impressive construction remain the mystery.