The Adalaj Stepwell is a novel Hindu ‘water building’ and a famous tourist attraction of the city and is arranged 18 km. Nearing of Ghandhinagar. The well was inherent 1499 A.d. by Queen Rudabai for Queen Rani Roopba, wife of Veer Singh. The step well or Vav, as it is brought in Gujarati, is complicatedly carved and is a few stories in depth. The designs on its dividers and columns incorporate, leaves, blooms, fowls, fish and other stunning fancy outlines. Previously, these step wells were frequented by voyagers and trains as stopovers along trade routes.
This vav has five stories and three doors to entre it. Upon entrance, we get one mandap with eight-side vault that is broken now. On both sides of steps are overhangs with excellent carvings. Lines of cut elephants stamp the levels and give the dream of rest. These wells were likewise venues for colorful festivals and hallowed rituals.
Good for : Experience Seekers, Photo Fanatics
Entrance fee : No passage charge
Timings : All days of the week (6:00 AM – 6:00 PM)
Visit duration : Around 30 minutes