About Abhaneri City of Rajasthan
Abhaneri City of Rajasthan is one of the ancient place of Rajasthan which is famous for its beautiful carved baoris means step wells, located 95 km from Jaipur, on Jaipur-Agra road, Rajasthan, India. This place is also popular for Harshat Mata Temple. Abhaneri village was established by King Raja Chand. Before Abhaneri this village was known as Abha Nagri, later it has been changed to Abhaneri.
Now-a-days, the city of brightness is going to be weakened or damaged; still then it attracts the tourists from the whole world. Abhaneri is very noticeable for its step wells that are the unique invention of that place to harvest rain water. Chand Baori is one of the deepest and largest step wells of India, but the most popular one among all the others. These large steps are built in front of the Harshat Mata Temple. The delicate carvings look delightful as a huge tank to the eyes.
This concept of step wells is unique in India. In dry days, when there is no rain, these are used as cool places of resort and water reservoir. Before visiting this temple there is a religious service to wash hands and feet. Just adjacent to the Chand Baori a temple is there which is dedicated to Harshat Mata and it is another attraction for tourists in Abhaneri village. It has been built in 10th century; still then its architectural view makes the people of Abhaneri feel proud.
Harshat Mata, goddess of joy and happiness who is a belief of people for her cheerfulness and she always provides joy and happiness to whole Abhaneri. Abhaneri has a glorious impression for its amazing architecture of the beautiful carved baori that belongs to a medieval India and this old and familiar magnetism attracts people globally, to enjoy. This Abhaneri City of Rajasthan is also a famous tourist spot in Rajasthan.
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