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Dada Hari Ni Vav

Asarwa, Ahmedabad, India
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Quiet past

I visited this step well along with my friend Jenny and found really peaceful and interesting. That... read more

Reviewed 14 April 2017
Mini Adalej Vav

If you are visiting or have visited Adalej Vav on the way to Akshardham, then you may want to avoid... read more

Reviewed 3 April 2017
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Asarwa, Ahmedabad, India
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Reviewed 14 April 2017

I visited this step well along with my friend Jenny and found really peaceful and interesting. That afternoon we were only visitors there. To get there was bit challenging but thanks to our local friend who helped us getting there. Quietness I noticed more than...More

Thank Cooldeep
Reviewed 3 April 2017

If you are visiting or have visited Adalej Vav on the way to Akshardham, then you may want to avoid visiting this place as it is a smaller version of Adalej

Thank Tempotraveller
Reviewed 8 March 2017

Dada Hari Ni Vav is typical example of architecture of gujrat sultanate. Vav built by a household lady of Mehmud begada. It is quite similar to Adalav ni Vav. Someone who loves to visit ruins or forgotten historical monuments, should visit this place.

Thank Rudrapratap R
Reviewed 23 February 2017 via mobile

Built during the reign of Mehmud Begda in the year 1501, Dada Hari Vav is an elaborately designed stepped well. The well lies just behind the tomb of Dada Hari. It is one of the most complicated structures of the Ahmedabad city. The basic purpose...More

1  Thank chetanindoretrip
Reviewed 14 February 2017

This is a beautiful example of stonework carving and is a beautiful small stepwell in the city,. If you're visiting for more than a few days or have a particular interest in water technologies, I would strongly recommend you visit. However, despite that it is...More

Thank lamdip
Reviewed 29 January 2017

Nobody has bothered to maintain this place. There were no tourists at all. Even though there was a step well visible, we didnt venture near it as it was isolated, with just a few locals playing cricket in around it. Visit Adalaj step well instead,...More

Thank 230rahul
Reviewed 28 January 2017 via mobile

This is a well, the water source for the region in olden times. It was under restoration when we visited. Nice place needs a lot of cleaning. Locals use this place to sit and booze as it was not taken care, i guess the restoration...More

Thank Chetan S
Reviewed 28 December 2016

Visited the place in the morning session and found that cleaning is going on but area and steps at level-3 downwards are not clean and last level is stinking.. Need local authority attention for preservation...

Thank Aman K
Reviewed 17 December 2016

This is an amazing stepwell and must not be missed when your visiting amd. The architecture and the carvings are amazing and its also less crowded.

1  Thank Naina S
Reviewed 29 November 2016 via mobile

One of the numerous step-wells, dotting the city, Dada Harir Ni Vaav aka Rani Ni Vaav, is the deepest one. Some 9 floors underground, it is full of beautifully carved walls and columns. It also has a mosque in the complex which is also decorated...More

Thank HrishabhModi
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