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Rani ki Vav amazing Indian Heritage

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Rani-Ki-Vav at Patan, Gujarat (Rani's Stepwell)

 The Rani-Ki-Vav stepwell construction was built at the height of the craftsmanship and the height of the Maru-Gujarat architectural style, reflecting the mastery of this intricate technique and the beauty of detail and proportion.

 Designed as an incense temple highlighting the purity of the water, it is divided into seven levels of stairs with high artistic quality sculptural panels; More than 500 theoretical sculptures and more than a thousand secondary sculptures combine religious, mythological, and secular images, often referring to literary works. 

The fourth level is the largest and goes into a 9.5 m by rectangular tank at a depth of 23 mm. The well is located on the western edge of the property and consists of a shaft 10 mm in diameter and 30 m deep.



Rani-Ki-Vav at Patan, Gujarat (Rani's Stepwell)

Rani-Ki-Vav is an exceptional example of the distinctive form of groundwater architecture of the Indian subcontinent, located on the banks of the Saraswati River in Patan, Stepwell. 

 In the form of a tunnel shaft. More than five hundred theoretical sculptures and more than a thousand secondary sculptures combine the religious, mythological and secular image, often referring to literary works.

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