Raniji ki Baori, also known as “Queen’s stepwell” is located in Bundi town in Rajasthan. It was constructed in 1699 by Rani Nathavati Ji younger queen of ruling Rao Raja Anirudh Singh of Bundi.
|Raniji ki Baori|
It is just a 46 meter deep step well with some superb carvings with its pillars and also a high arched gate. It is a multi-storied structure with worship on every floor. The baoli have entry marked by four support beams. Stone elephant statues of which face each other stand in the corners. Ogee brackets decorate every of the archways connected with 46 meter deep Raniji ki Baori, which is reputedly the largest Baori in Bundi. Baoris had been significant social constructions in the medieval Bundi simply because acted while assembly areas for your towns folk. Raniji ki Baori features superb carvings with its pillars and also a high arched gate.
It had been constructed during the reign connected with his boy Maharao Raja Budh Singh which ruled Bundi between 1695 AD to 1729 AD.