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Adalaj Step-well

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Address: Adalaj | District-Gandhinagar, Ahmedabad, India
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Private Tour: Full-Day Stepwells Tour from Ahmedabad

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Summer delight

Not really for humid weather, Adalaj is a summer delight to experience the coolness of the space whilst its hot outside. Great place for perspective drawing and architect study.

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Manchester, England, United Kingdom
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Reviewed yesterday NEW

Not really for humid weather, Adalaj is a summer delight to experience the coolness of the space whilst its hot outside. Great place for perspective drawing and architect study.

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Adalat Step well is an amazing jaw dropping Ancient structure where you can have idea about our ancient society and social life! if you lucky enough you may see some shootings of movies and documentary often a bit away From Ahmedabad but good public transportation available so you can visit easily if you really love to see history!

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Reviewed 2 days ago NEW

Every traveler should visit here once as this is a beautiful step well created centuries ago and preserved very beautifully!

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Thank Ashvin S
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Reviewed 3 days ago NEW

We took a taxi out there (don't even think about the train if you're not fluent) and it was worth it. (back to that later) In the middle of the day, not too many people and it was breath taking to think about how old it is. The guards were sort of on it as far as stopping people from... More 

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Ahmedabad, India
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Reviewed 5 days ago NEW

Good place for those who like architecture and heritage buildings. 15-20 km from ahmedabad on way to gandhinagar, its a beautiful 15th century structure having fusion of hindu and islamic achitecture.

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New Delhi, Delhi, India
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Heard a lot about this Step-well and planned to visit finally. Must visit place for ppl who love ancient designs and Archeology. Crafting done on pillars and the way it's been designed is wonderful. Have visited this place 3rd time. It would take almost 30-45 mins to see and feel the place. So plan out for Agora Mall on the... More 

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Ahmedabad, India
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This takes you through the history of Ahmedabad where Maharajas of Gujarat used to have these specially designed wells for the water source.

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Ahmedabad, India
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A heritage visit. It's an architectural masterpiece. The carvings on the pillar of Step Well is beautiful. Visit this place to relive the history and heritage of our country.

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Bengaluru, India
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Hardly 15 km from Ahmadabad, the Adalaj step well also known as Ruddabai stepwell (step wells are called Vav in local Gurati) is a five storied deep ornate and intricately carved well, built around 1499 AD with Hindu & Islamic architecture style. These stepwell provided water for drinking, washing and bathing to the semi-arid regions of Gujarat, These wells also... More 

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Rajkot, India
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

One of the best example to see beauty of ancient architectural marvel... Wonder how they people could have made it without any modern tools and technology. There are plenty of such step-wells across Gujarat, Rajasthan and in entire India. This one is built around 1400 AD had beautiful story / history behind the same. Must visit for history buffs...

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