Rani ki Vav
Rani ki Vav (The Queen's Stepwell) is a wonderful example of a Royal Step Well near Patan, Gujarat, which was built between 1022-1063 AD. The site was only re-discovered in the 1950s as it’s many levels had been backfilled with silt over the centuries. As a result the ornate carvings are excellently preserved. It has many unique features which have rendered it one of the most important step wells in India.
Rani ki Vav was scanned over a two week period in 2011 by the Scottish Ten team and colleagues from CyArk and the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI).