As the name suggests, it is a stepwell made in yester years for sustained water supply in arid regions. It is a water reservoir to support basic needs in times of scarcity and was built by Queen Rudradevi in memory of Rana Veer Singh. This one is an architectural delight and must visit for it is not just utilitarian but also aesthetic. The carvings on the pillars is impeccable and symmetry of all 4 sides is mind blowing. One wonders, how well Indians have done without gigantic machines. As you go down the broad steps of stepwell- it reeks of pigeon shit and stagnated water but the history is amazing. This is one great place for photography, whether buildings or couple or portraits, with decent light.