Raniji ki Baori (step well) was constructed in 1699 by Rani Nathavati, the youngest queen of Rao. Baoris played an important role during medieval India, and they were counted as vital social structures. This particular step well, which is 165 ft deep, displays the remarkable architectural style of the Rajputs.
The entrance to this well is quite narrow, and there are elephants made of stone at the top of the pillars. The steps leading down in the well are relatively wider. The well is decorated with a beautifully carved S-shaped bracket.