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Thursday, 26 November 2020

Rani ki Vav amazing Indian Heritage

 Rani ki Vav amazing Indian Heritage

India's languages, religions, dances, music are different from others because its own music, architecture,

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Rani-Ki-Vav at Patan, Gujarat (Rani's Stepwell)

Rani-ki-Vav was built on the banks of the river Saraswati in the early 11th century AD as a monument to a king. Stepwells are a distinctive feature of groundwater resources and storage systems in the Indian subcontinent, dating back to the third millennium BC. They evolved over time from what was originally a pit in sandy soil leading to extensive multistory works of art and architecture. The Rani-Ki-Vav stepwell construction was built at the height of the craftsmanship and the height of the Maru-Gujara architectural style, reflecting the mastery of this intricate technique and the beauty of detail and proportion.

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 The fourth level is the largest and goes into a 9.5 m by rectangular tank at a depth of 23 mm. The well is located on the western edge of the property and consists of a shaft 10 mm in diameter and 30 m deep.

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Rani-Ki-Vav at Patan, Gujarat (Rani's Stepwell)

 Originally built as a monument in the 11th century CE, Stepwell was built as a religious as well as a functional structure and was built as a blind temple highlighting the sanctity of water. 

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It is oriented in an east-west direction and is connected to all the principle elements of the stepwell, including a step corridor starting from ground level, a series of four pavilions with an increasing amount of stories to the west, tanks and wells. In the form of a tunnel shaft. More than five hundred theoretical sculptures and more than a thousand secondary sculptures combine the religious, mythological and secular image, often referring to literary works.

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