Panna Meena ka Kund

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goanjock
The Stunning Highlands44,963 contributions
Mar. 2022
Absolutely fascinating stepwell with stunning backdrops in all directions. It is nice and peaceful and whilst close to the Amber Fort is off the main tourist track. We spent about half an hour just wandering round whilst soaking up the atmosphere. A definite must see when in the area.
Written 7 March 2022
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Eileen G
Paoli, PA161 contributions
Dec. 2021
This stepwell is in a lovely spot with great views of the fort and surrounding buildings. Since we had already seen the Chand Baori this stepwell was slightly less impressive. But it is worth seeing, especially if you haven't been to Chand Baori.
Written 26 January 2022
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Rahul Mishra
New Delhi, India171 contributions
Nov. 2021
When you walk inside the city of Amer, you will find that history and archeology is scattered there. whose most beautiful pearl is this place.
Written 17 January 2022
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Deb
20 contributions
Dec. 2021
A hidden gem and a must-explore place. One of the most Instagram-worthy places. A bit of better upkeep and maintenance is required though.
Written 2 January 2022
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ShyamKasturi
Yanam, India275 contributions
Dec. 2021
This historical step-well is located nearby Amber Fort. You have to ask your vehicle driver, during your visit to Amer Fort, to take there, otherwise, they will skip it. We were not allowed to go down on steps. We can only see from top and take some snaps.
Written 28 December 2021
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Joanna H
Perth, Australia59 contributions
Dec. 2020 • Friends
Nizam came to take us around Jaipur at short notice, my friend could only travel by car - a very clean and comfortable car with bottles of water for us, We went on a city tour to Gaitor Tumbas - I had never been before despite going to Jaipur more times than I could count. Then Nizam drove us to Amber Fort and waited while I looked around. Then we went to Panna Meena ka Kund, I'm most interested in the Baoris in Rajasthan Nizam was curtious and polite he had interesting things to say about the places we visited. He stayed with us and made us feel very safe. The water Palace is so beautiful we had a coconut water there just to enjoy it for longer.
We wanted to buy textiles and asked Nizam if he knew a good place. Mina sat in the work room and the men ran textiles to her there while I went into the main shop. I found it to be very reasonable in rates and fast for making up the clothes. Well done Nizam - much better shopping experience than usual in Jaipur!
Like Victor Kiam, I liked the trip so much I bought a company!!!
10/10 Nizam
Written 29 November 2021
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JayeshLC
Mumbai, India51 contributions
Jan. 2021
This is in AMER Fort and very nice place for photo opportunity. You cannot climb down the steps and if you want photography done for any special occasion, you need to take permission as it is under UNESCO. It is very good site for Pre-Wedding Photo shoots and lot of film shootings have happened here.
Written 3 February 2021
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angelacollins3
Salisbury, UK132 contributions
Feb. 2020 • Friends
Nice looking stepwell, would have enhanced the experience if we were able to walk down. The attraction is worth stopping at on the way to the Amer Fort
Written 10 January 2021
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Gl0balCitizen2013
United Kingdom2,837 contributions
Jul. 2019
This is a fascinating stepwell, which we found quite interesting, since we had never seen a stepwell before. It is an example of the extraordinary ingenuity of Indian people, who thought of this innovative way to store & utilise water in the arid lands of Rajasthan. It is well worth a visit, just because it is so different and unusual an architectural form. What is truly remarkable is that it was once bustling with life, the place where women gathered to get water from for their daily needs.
Written 3 May 2020
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Dennis P
Montrose, UK29,114 contributions
Jan. 2020
It seemed to be abandoned as there was nobody there in charge of entrance or anything. It is a fascinating piece of architecture and the steps would be quite dangerous if you attempted to go down them. The water is covered in algae but you could imagine what it was like when it was fully operational.
Written 14 March 2020
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