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The name has a significance.

The folklore say that the water of this well had the aroma of the Chmpa or Champak flower! Dont... read more

Reviewed 14 May 2018
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India
Champa Baoli mandu

Champa Baoli is part of Mandu historical monument located next to Hindola mahal. It is a step well... read more

Reviewed 30 April 2018
Hyderabad, India
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West Of Hindola Mahal, Mandu, India
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Reviewed 14 May 2018

The folklore say that the water of this well had the aroma of the Chmpa or Champak flower! Dont know the authenticity, but the genius in architecture is evident as the deep well served not only as the water source for the vaulted rooms around...More

1  Thank Debopam
Reviewed 30 April 2018 via mobile

Champa Baoli is part of Mandu historical monument located next to Hindola mahal. It is a step well constructed in Turkish bath style and derived it's name from the aroma of water resemblance to Champa flower. The vaulted rooms ( Tehkhanas) connected with the step...More

Thank Shailendrasood
Reviewed 5 October 2017

Set amidst the ruins of palace is the Champa Baoli, so called because its water tasted like Champak flower. A subterranean passage connects the base of the baoli to a labyrinth of vaulted rooms known as tahkhana which are further connected to a pavilion on...More

Thank Frontiermail
Reviewed 22 August 2017

Champa Baoli And Shahi Mahal (Royal palace) are in the close vicinity of the Jahaz Mahal and ahead to Hindola mahal. It is an old ruin of a middle sized palace with a Baoli ( water Tank) which might be used for water supply in...More

Reviewed 10 July 2017

The Champa Baodi is a well which was so named because its water had fragrance of flower 'Champa' or Plumeria. The water does not smell so good any more due to stagnation and the Well is in ruins. The water level in the well is...More

Thank ShvRm_Traveller
Reviewed 25 May 2017

After you move through Hindola Mahal and just before the hamam the Stepwell is located. Supposed to be have named Champa Baoli as the water smelled of the Champa flowers.

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Reviewed 6 May 2017

Close to the Jahaz Mahal this place has an interesting network of water channels to supply both hot and cold water. Though not exactly a stepwell(like in Gujarat) as the name suggest, it was source of water during those days. There are multiple levels below...More

Thank EnigmaticIndia
Reviewed 2 February 2017

Quite ruined and it is behind the Jahaz mahal. It is behind the main palace and quite ruins. It is within the complex and we can do a visit in 10 minutes.

Thank Karthik R
Reviewed 27 September 2016

This Baoli or stepwell is inside the royal palace that is in the same complex as the Jahaz Mahal. There is still water in the well and it is visible from above through a railing. You can easily make out arch of some rooms that...More

Thank gitanjali m
Reviewed 16 June 2016

Royal palace is the place in Mandu where Royal used to live , it has Jahaj mahal ,Hamam, Champa Baodi ,Hindola Mahal near by.Spreaded in a large area and the Champa Baodi has floors below ground where water used to get collected and supplied all...More

Thank rbs02
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