Gr 8 and 9 went for a trip to Adalaj ni vav i e Adalaj step well We first went to the informative centre a kind of a museum where we read and learnt about different kind of vavs with pictures paintings description Ms Megna Sheth Gandhi a heritage expert shared the local legends and many other information which made us more curious to go in the vav As shared by her Adalaj ni vav is good example of Indo Islamic fusion of architecture work It was built by the hindu queen Rani Rooda and completed by Muslim ruler Mehmud Begad When we went inside we learnt that the vav is five storeys deep and the structure kept the water level high and the place cooler The panels were intricately carved and well maintained with beautiful jharokhas and walls adorned by figures and different patterns As we went inside we saw that the ASI and UNESCO has put a protective net cover We wanted to go little further but as of now only the front portion is open for viewing to the public and the other floors are barred from visit to the general public Adalaj ni vav is surrounded by lawns which are well maintained and is a right place to rest interact share views after visiting it Adalaj ni vav visit now made me think the intelligent brain behind the structure and a vision of the king to store water and to keep place cool in an arid region for comfort and ease life A worth visit

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Gr 8 and 9 went for a trip to Adalaj ni vav i.e Adalaj step well
We first went to the informative centre, a kind of a museum where we read and learnt about different kind of vavs with pictures, paintings, description. Ms. Megna Sheth Gandhi a heritage expert shared the local legends and many other information which made us more curious to go in the vav. As shared by her Adalaj ni vav is good example of Indo Islamic fusion of architecture work. It was built by the hindu queen Rani Rooda and completed by Muslim ruler Mehmud Begad.
When we went inside we learnt that the vav is five storeys deep and the structure kept the water level high and the place cooler. The panels were intricately carved and well maintained with beautiful jharokhas and walls adorned by figures and different patterns.
As we went inside we saw that the ASI and UNESCO has put a protective net cover. We wanted to go little further but as of now only the front portion is open for viewing to the public and the other floors are barred from visit to the general public.
Adalaj ni vav is surrounded by lawns which are well maintained and is a right place to rest interact, share views after visiting it.
Adalaj ni vav visit now made me think the intelligent brain behind the structure and a vision of the king to store water and to keep place cool in an arid region for comfort and ease life. A worth visit.

Gr 8 and 9 went for a trip to Adalaj ni vav i.e Adalaj step well We first went to the informative centre, a kind of a museum where we read and learnt about different kind of vavs with pictures, paintings, description. Ms. Megna Sheth Gandhi a heritage expert shared the local legends and many other information which made us more curious to go in the vav. As shared by her Adalaj ni vav is good example of Indo Islamic fusion of architecture work. It was built by the hindu queen Rani Rooda and completed by Muslim ruler Mehmud Begad. When we went inside we learnt that the vav is five storeys deep and the structure kept the water level high and the place cooler. The panels were intricately carved and well maintained with beautiful jharokhas and walls adorned by figures and different patterns. As we went inside we saw that the ASI and UNESCO has put a protective net cover. We wanted to go little further but as of now only the front portion is open for viewing to the public and the other floors are barred from visit to the general public. Adalaj ni vav is surrounded by lawns which are well maintained and is a right place to rest interact, share views after visiting it. Adalaj ni vav visit now made me think the intelligent brain behind the structure and a vision of the king to store water and to keep place cool in an arid region for comfort and ease life. A worth visit.

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