ⓘ Step-well of Ambapur

                                     

ⓘ Step-well of Ambapur

The Step-well of Ambapur is a Hindu water building in the village of Ambapur, close to the state capital, Gandhinagar. The stepwell is believed to be built in the 15th century although it doesnt have any inscription. The step-well or Vav, as it is called in Gujarati, is intricately carved and is five stories in depth. Such step wells were once integral to the semi-arid regions of Gujarat as they provided basic water needs for drinking, washing and bathing. These wells were also venues for festivals and sacred rituals.

                                     
  • include: Chand Baori, Rani ki vav, Step - well of Ambapur and the Dada Harir Stepwell. Jain Badami cave Entrance of Rockcut cave temple Similar style as
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