Rani ki Vav in Gujarat

Rani ki Vav in Gujarat

Gujarat can surprise you with its offbeat destinations that you may not even have heard of. Most of these destinations are of historical significance and take you back in time. One such amazing place worth visiting in Gujarat is the Rani ki Vav. A UNESCO World heritage site, Rani ki Vav is a stepwell that dates back to the year 1063 when it was commissioned by Rani Udayamati in memory of her husband King Bhimdev I of the Solanki dynasty. After being flooded by the Saraswati river, the stepwell was excavated by the Archaeological Survey of India only in the 1980s. Its pillared pavilions and intrinsic sculptures are mesmerizing and make you respect ancient architecture. Here are all the details on how to reach Rani ki Vav by road, train and flight. Also Read - Attention Tourists! Statue of Unity to Remain Closed For 5 Days

How to reach Rani ki Vav by road

Rani Ki Vav is located in the Patan area of Gujarat. It is a popular 1-day trip from the city of Ahmedabad which is 127 km away. Several buses and rented vehicles ply between Ahmedabad and Patan. Here is the detailed road route to reach Rani ki Vav in Patan from Ahmedabad: Also Read - 'Looks Splendid on a Rainy Day': PM Modi Tweets Video of Iconic Sun Temple in Gujarat’s Modhera | Watch

How to reach Rani ki Vav by train

The nearest railhead is Mehsana which is at a distance from 55 km from Rani ki Vav. You can take a bus or cab from Mehsana to reach Patan. It takes close to 1 hour 10 minutes. Here is the road route from Mehsana to Rani ki Vav in Patan: Also Read - Prez Kovind offers prayers at Somnath Temple in Gujarat

How to reach Rani ki Vav by flight

The nearest airport to Rani ki Vav is Ahmedabad airport at a distance of 123 km. You can take a bus or a cab from the airport to reach Rani ki vav. Here is the road route to reach Rani ki Vav from Ahmedabad (Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel ) airport:

So, the next time you visit Gujarat, do pay a visit to Rani ki Vav in Patan.