If you go through it, you can go to Sirpur City. There are seven wonders in the world. But it is not an exaggeration to say that there are 700s of strange things in our country of India if you look for it properly.
Queen's Step Well : One hundred rupees note.. we keep using it all the time. We will see. From the time of independence till today, the Rs.100 note has changed many forms. Has undergone many transformations. Many symbols printed on it have changed. There is a picture of a castle behind the mouth which is fresh in pink and blue color. But, 90 percent of people who use Rs.100 note do not know about it. Let's find out what are the features of that historical building.
Behind the hundred note, this fort is a mysterious structure. It is called Queen's Step Well. It was accidentally discovered by the British in 1889. In 2014, it was included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Science in India. It was built in the 11th century by Queen Udayamati as a memorial to her husband Okato Bhimdev.
Where is it..
This well in Gujarat is shaped like a reverse temple. There is no such structure anywhere in the world. There are 16 types of attractive Apsara sculptures in this well. There are over 500 major sculptures and over a thousand smaller sculptures. This well is 88 feet deep. It looks like an underground fortress. There is a gate at the bottom of this well. If it is opened, there will be a 28 km tunnel. If you go through it, you can go to Sirpur city. There are seven wonders in the world. But it is not an exaggeration to say that there are 700s of strange things in our country of India if you look for it properly.