Thursday , 19 January 2017

India Is Home To Many Subterranean Marvels

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Many of India’s most marvelous locations lie below the surface. There are many beautiful things to see in India, but the subterranean architecture is simply breathtaking.

Mahila Bag Jhalra, Jodhpur, Rajasthan

 

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Agrasen ki Baoli, Delhi (14th c.)

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Anonymous Baoli, Narnaul, Haryana

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Dada Harir Vav, Ahmedabad, Gujarat (1499)

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Mukundpura Baoli, Narnaul

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Raniji ki Baoli, Bundi, Rajasthan (1699)

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Ujala Baoli, Mandu, Madhya Pradesh (late 15th c.)

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Helical Vav, Champaner, Gujarat (15th c.)

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Panna Meena Kund, Jaipur, Rajasthan (16th c.)

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Rajon ki Baoli, Delhi (1506)

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Rudabai Vav, Adalaj, Gujarat (1499)

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Chand Baori, Abhaneri, Rajasthan ( 9th – 10th c.)

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Indaravali Baoli, Fatehpur Sikri, Rajasthan (16th c.)

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Rajon ki Baoli, Delhi (1506)

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Neemrana Baoli, Neemrana, Rajasthan (1570)

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Assi Khamba Baoli, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh (16th)

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Mirza Alijan Baoli, Narnaul, Haryana

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Ratala Vav, Rampura, Gujarat (15th c.)

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