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Panna Meena ka Kund, Jaipur

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Landmark Tourist Spot
An eight-storey staircase pool with symmetrical criss-cross steps, Panna Meena ka Kund once served as a popular gathering spot for local elites. Built in the 16th century as a place for socializing around cool and precious water, today the stepwell attracts local couples. Carved niches create a romantic, private setting, also perfect for groups of friends to dip and socialize. You can climb down the steps to reach the bottom, but note that you can't use the same stairs to descend and ascend. The water in the tank is not potable. By using our Jaipur travel itinerary planner, you can arrange your visit to Panna Meena ka Kund and other attractions in Jaipur.
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  • It is very disappointing that this place is not very popular among tourists. In any other country they would have taken 20 dollar per person. Entry is free here. What a place this is. there is no guid...  more »
  • The car stop by before driving up and this is a good place not to be missed where can see the beautiful view as well as the bottom with water pond.  more »
  • Well in amer this is the place most tousrist miss while travelling . It's a beautiful water reservoir made in ancient times for the raining water .Its design is so incredible that u can't resist your ...  more »
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  • Photographers Delight - Away from maddening crowds. Yes it is a fair amount of walk from Amer fort, and in absence of proper signage you would ask a few times. But the reward is finding a beautiful place with very few tourists. So you can go ahead and click as many photos as you want from all angles - or you may choose to sit silently in one of the many seating areas around the step well.
  • The fact about this place which is believed by locals is that nobody can use the same stairs to get down and go upstairs here which indicates that the same stairs can’t be utilized by the same person. This is an amazing mystery and all the visitors to this place try to do this. But the local people of this place can do this task without any problem as they are habitual to it. The place has stunning pattern of symmetrical stairs which can keep yous stunned.
  • A gem of a place hidden in plain sight. Classic example of Rajasthani architecture. This place has been the victim of neglect and can be a great tourist attraction.
  • Nice place to visit in Jaipur if you want to see infinite stairs designed in amazing way.
  • This place is a good option for all those who are unable to visit Abhaneri Chand Baori Step Wells as this is the smaller version of that Step Well's.In the old times it was used for Water Conservation but now its only a Historical Monument.If you are going through Car towards Amber Fort then its easily accessible otherwise you will have to walk a bit to reach there.Located near a temple where you will see people worshipping.