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Top Things to do In Jaipur 2021

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Chand Baoli Step Well

Chand Baoli Step Well

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"Moon Well-In Abhaneri, near Jaipur, there is an unpopular tourist attraction-Moon Well. Built in the 10th century, this well, which has a history of more than 1,200 years, was named after the Moon King ordered it to be built. This is one of the largest and deepest stepped wells in India, with a depth of 30 meters. It is shaped like an inverted trapezoid pyramid, with 14 floors from the bottom of the well that can be seen. On one side of the moon well is the temple, (the temple was originally more than a dozen stories high, and the top of the temple collapsed in the next few years, and only a few of them are left, the height is basically level with the well), and the other three sides are steps with a total of 3,500 Steps. The incredible thing is that this well, built 1,200 years ago, is still in perfect function today. It is said that Rajasthan is an extremely arid area with only three months of rainy season, so at that time the king ordered a deep well to store enough water, and at the same time, to allow villagers to come here to escape the heat in the hot summer, the temperature at the bottom of the well It is 5~6 degrees lower than outside. Adjacent to the well is an Indian temple with a history of more than two thousand years, which was later destroyed by Muslims and now turned into a mosque. The exquisite portrait sculptures and components on the original temple building were collected and placed under the cloister of the Shuijingyuan. The current situation of the temple is unmanaged, and the surrounding walls are all destroyed and exquisitely carved and piled up. It has a history of more than two thousand years!"
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