Toor Ji Ka Jhalra was built in 1740s by Maharaja Abhay Singh’s Queen Consort in keeping with the old age tradition of ladies of the Royal family building public water works. Stepwells are the hallmark of India’s architectural brilliance. The simple, utilitarian wells have been taken to another level so that they become architectural master pieces. Most of the stepwells in India are found in the western states like Gujarat, Rajasthan, some part of North Karnataka and Delhi.
29-12-2017: Toorji Ka Jhalra STEPWELLS Jodhpur A commemorative postage stamp
SKU: INDC0900078231529 Category: Stamps
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