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ChiragWelekar
Ahmedabad, Inde43 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
nov. 2019 • Entre amis
Located just a few kilometers off the busy Delhi/Jaipur highway, Neemrana Baori is among the most impressive stepwells in India by virtue of being one of the largest, deepest, and certainly one of the creepiest. There’s an overwhelming sense of abandonment to the place, its broken ledges, dangerously cracked steps, garbage, and graffiti all testaments to its profound neglect. There are precariously hanging bee nests under the eaves, and bats take up residence in the dark corridors. India’s green parakeets flit around, but even their noisy presence can’t dispel the palpably forlorn ambiance here.

It’s nearly inexplicable that something so extraordinary (not to mention humungous) as Neemrana appears on no itinerary, in no guidebook, or in the accepted canon of architecture. Such is the case with nearly all stepwells, and only a relative handful are cared for, with one, Rani ki Vav in Gujarat, miraculously earning UNESCO World Heritage status in 2014. But there is such an absence of factual information about most of them that scholars often can’t agree when a stepwell was constructed or who built it, as is the case with Neemrana, which has been ascribed to three separate centuries.  

The rampant decay may have diminished Neemrana’s magnificence, but it certainly hasn’t destroyed it. This was a welcoming, awe-inspiring, life-giving oasis for centuries of villagers, caravans, and pilgrims who could rest in the cool alcoves, fetch water, hunker down for days away from the hot sun. It may be clinging to life, but it still has the power to awe.

Écrit le 1 novembre 2019
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viprasrivastava
lucknow27 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
juin 2019
The Neemrana Baoli is truly an architectural marvel but in urgent need of proper maintenance. It’s dirty and you can see empty bottles, cans, packets strewn all over.
If properly maintained it will surely be a great place to visit
Écrit le 17 juin 2019
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S B Khare
New Delhi, Inde112 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
févr. 2019 • En couple
It is a an archtectural marvel, though in need of upkeep. I had taken a walk to reach this Baoli from Neemrana Fort Palace hotel. One can also take a camel driven cart also reach the place. It is a Baoli made in layers and must have been much in use in its heydays. The place needs some urgent attention from the authorities. It seem antisocial elements are slowly destroying a very magnificent edifice.
Écrit le 11 juin 2019
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Gurbir Singh
Gurgaon, Inde13 contributions
3,0 sur 5 bulles
avr. 2018 • Entre amis
This is the largest baoli I have ever visited and I have visited a couple of these in and around Delhi. One can go quite deep through the stairs but caution is a must.
Écrit le 1 mars 2019
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Raghav @ TickerEatsTheWorld
Inde84 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
déc. 2018 • Entre amis
One of the lesser-known stepwells in the region. Its architecture is quite simple. However, once you descend its 200 odd steps, the impact is fantastic.

Unfortunately, the place is in ruins. You have to be extra careful while walking around.

Nevertheless, it is a photographer's dream. Some people believe that the stepwell is haunted, and it does have a creepy feel to it, but not so much during the day.

Best to arrive here early in the morning. Lots of pigeons and parakeets all around.
Écrit le 20 février 2019
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Tamalika M
701 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
déc. 2018 • En famille
While on our trip from Delhi to Alwar, we decided to stop over at this place - the only reason was that we had not seen any step well earlier. Since our driver was also not aware of this location, we relied on the GPS to take us to the place. When we reached the location, we were just spellbound. Located just beside the road, this was a splendid piece of architecture, however, it was in extremely neglected condition. Garbage was thrown at the entry to the stepwell. There were not much tourists around, nor any person who can provide more information on this. A signboard with historical information, by the tourism corporation, would have been helpful.
Écrit le 30 janvier 2019
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Divyanshu_Thakur
New Delhi, Inde51 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
oct. 2017
Neemrana with saline ground water always suffered lack of drinkable water because of low rainfall and no outsource of water in surrounding areas. This Baoli aka Water storage stairwell was built to collect rain water to fulfill the needs of the population. Famous movie. Few scenes of "Rang De Basanti" movie were also shot here. Since then, it has been very famous destination for the visitors. Great architecture, worth a visit.
Écrit le 21 septembre 2018
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PushExplore
Singapour, Singapour4 985 contributions
3,0 sur 5 bulles
sept. 2018 • En famille
The Neemrana Baoli is part of the Neemrana Fort and surely seems to be a bit neglected, since you don't find many tourists around. Would be good to get some energy into this place.
Écrit le 2 septembre 2018
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sona83bhar
Ahmedabad, Inde399 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
juin 2018
the first sight is enough to appreciate the glorious past of this monument. there are well laid out galleries and chambers where people can relax during the extreme temperatures.
Écrit le 18 juin 2018
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Supriya S
Hyderabad, Inde719 contributions
3,0 sur 5 bulles
mars 2018 • En solo
This beautiful stepwell is an architectural marvel located close to the Neemrana fort. Unfortunately, it seems to have been completely ignored by the Government and has fallen into disrepair due to sheer apathy. The place does not have a clear approach to go down and is also littered with trash. The walls have been defaced by people making crude drawings professing their love for each other.
This can become a source of income as a popular tourist site if the village council takes it over.
Écrit le 14 mars 2018
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