Rani ki Vav-
It is an intricately constructed step-well situated in the town of Patan in Gujarat, India. It is located on the banks of Saraswati River. Rani ki Vav was built as a memorial to an 11th-century king Bhimdev Solanki by his beloved wife queen Udayamati. It was added to the list of UNESCO's World Heritage Sites on 22 June 2014. Step wells are a distinctive form of subterranean water resource and storage systems on the Indian subcontinent and have been constructed since the third millennium BC. Rani ki Vav was built in the complex Maru-Gurjara architectural style with an inverted temple and seven levels of stairs and holds more than 500 principal sculptures.
Govt. Of India has printed the view of this well on Rs. 100 currency note.
Built in 1499 by Queen Rudabai, wife of the Vaghela chief, Veersinh, this five-storey stepwell was not just a cultural and utilitarian space, but also a spiritual refuge. The well is beautifully decorated with floral and geometric motifs, structures and figures. It also has beautiful galleries and platforms. Intricately carved pillars support the pavilions of the step well.
Sun Temple, Modhera-
The Sun Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to the solar deity Surya located at Modhera village of Mehsana district, Gujarat, India. It is situated on the bank of the river Pushpavati. It was built after 1026-27 CE during the reign of Bhima I of the Chaulukya dynasty.
Around 75 km from Ahmedabad. The place houses the remains of the Indus Valley Civilization that once existed around 4500 years ago. With a look at the place, one can understand the foundation that was laid for a well-planned city. Wells, baths, drains, blocks of houses, altogether tell about the glorious past of India. Also, items like bird motifs, earthen pots, seal instruments and more can be found at Lothal.