The Raniji ki Baoli is situated outside the old walls of the original town of Bundi. In medieval India, baolis or step wells were important social structures, where people from all walks of life assembled. The Raniji ki Baoli was built by Rani Nathavati, the younger queen of Rao.This 165 feet deep baoli was built in 1699 and is an example of excellent Rajput architecture. A narrow gateway of four pillars marks the entrance and it is joined at the top by slender arches, just under the roof. At the top of the pillars, stone elephants facing each other stand in small niches.Beyond the entrance, wide steps lead down into the well through archways. The ogee or S-shaped brackets play an important role in Raniji ki Baoli and intricately carved stone brackets decorate all arches.
Near k. N, Bundi Road, Adisal Singh Colony, Rajasthan 323001, India