An extensively constructed step well that was very much inspired from the styles of the Turkish bath, this place was named Champa Baoli because the aroma of the waters was believed to resemble that of the Champa flower.
This construction is the epitome of architecture during the Mughal times. The vaulted rooms known as Taikhanas were so well connected with the baoli that even during atrociously hot temperatures, these rooms were constantly kept cool. This place is a must visit for tourists because it is such architectural marvels that remind us of our exemplary historical roots.
$ 50 onwards
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