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100 well supplying water to Burhanpur town without usage of pump / electricity, marvel of ancient enginerring,

!00 well, lined one by one, as you go along the height of the well increases. to go 80 feet under... read more

Reviewed 30 December 2017
Traveleasy15
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Ahmedabad, India
Example of Mughal Era engineering

This is the place which is centrally connected to the 103 kundis (wells) across the entire city... read more

Reviewed 10 December 2017
Yogesh R
,
Mumbai, India
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Kundi Bhandara Road, Burhanpur, India
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Reviewed 30 December 2017

!00 well, lined one by one, as you go along the height of the well increases. to go 80 feet under it, lift is there, but sadly NOT working. Visit to know history of mughal era.

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Reviewed 10 December 2017

This is the place which is centrally connected to the 103 kundis (wells) across the entire city. The place has a lift which is not working almost every time. The lift accommodates only 2 persons and take you down 80 feet to the tunnel like...More

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Reviewed 1 August 2017 via mobile

An excellent underground water system. One must visit to understand ingenuity of people of the medieval ages. How we are facing water shortages because we are neglecting traditional water systems

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Reviewed 27 May 2017

The water supply system was introduced by the Mughal Chief of the army Abdul Rahim Khankhana. Inspired by the system in Iran that is not functional presently. The Kundi Bhandara provides water to the nearby areas till date. The high quality water is the lifeline...More

1  Thank shobha l
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Reviewed 29 January 2017

There are around 103 small wells that lead upto kundi bandara and there is a small capsule lift in well number 2 that allows you to go around 80 ft underground to see the marvellous water canal system of the mughal era. Unfortunately, when we...More

1  Thank gitanjali m
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Reviewed 19 November 2016

Its canal system which supplies water to 12 km periphery of Burhanpur. Origin of water is still untraceable. (There are different stories of Origin) This is mughal era engineering marvel and reassembles us Indian expertise. Water filtration system of CaCO3 throughout the canal. At the...More

1  Thank Prist127
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Reviewed 11 August 2016

It can be appreciable to people of Mughal Era, to dare handling and completing this project with showel and spade. How they worked below 80 feet of ground level in high temperature and less oxygen. Other thing is govt. should take the charge of lift...More

1  Thank Badrinarayan R
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Reviewed 20 May 2016 via mobile

This is a mughal Era water supply system about 100 feet below ground level. The local authorities have recently put a lift that can take you up and down, but the lift is not very hi-tech. It can hold only two medium sized people maximum,at...More

1  Thank virajdewda
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Reviewed 19 May 2016

This is an amazing water distribution system that is almost unknown to most people. Water come naturally at one place and then is distributed via multiple under ground canals to a wide area. Built is the 15-16th century by the Mughals and used as strategic...More

1  Thank HussainPlumber
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Reviewed 13 September 2015 via mobile

Cant even imagine such a place existed so close to Indore. If you are not claustrophobic then you must must check out this place. Its a underground water distribution system created by Mughals in 15-16 century. A lift will take you 80 feet underground where...More

1  Thank khansuhel
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