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Exposed wooden beans, animal print rug

Exposed wood beam ceiling, cowhide rug, neutral and natural bedroom with white walls. This is more of a rustic look, but I think it looks fairly updated. I would love to have a ceiling and floors like this.

Galéria - India Elfelejtett Stepwells - 35

Chicago Journalist Victoria Lautman Spends Four Years Traversing India to Document Crumbling Subterranean Stepwells Before they Disappear.

Exquisite sculptures from Rani Ki Vav, Patan(Gujrat) Dated: ~11th century CE Rani-ki-Vav, a magnificent step well, at Patan is said to been constructed by Queen Udayamati wife of King Bhimadeva I (A.D. 1022-1063). This is the highest watermark of Solanki architecture. It is 64 m long and 20 m wide. It was originally constructed of seven stories of which only five are now preserved. The shaft of this step well is 27 m deep. The step is oriented in east-west directions. The ste...p well has…

Exquisite sculptures from Rani Ki Vav, Patan(Gujrat) Dated: ~11th century CE Rani-ki-Vav, a magnificent step well, at Patan is said to been constructed by Queen Udayamati wife of King Bhimadeva I (A.D. 1022-1063). This is the highest watermark of Solanki architecture. It is 64 m long and 20 m wide. It was originally constructed of seven stories of which only five are now preserved. The shaft of this step well is 27 m deep. The step is oriented in east-west directions. The ste...p well has…

Dating back to the 11th century, Rani Ki Vav or Queen's Stepwell, located in  Patan, Gujarat, was designed as an  inverted temple to highlight the sanctity of water. Divided into 7 levels of staircases, which showcase more than 500 sculpted panels and over a thousand minor ones, Rani Ki Vav depicts religious, mythology and literary imagery. It is truly a marvellous sight to behold!  To download and read more India Unveiled stories, visit www.indiaunveiled.org

Dating back to the 11th century, Rani Ki Vav or Queen's Stepwell, located in Patan, Gujarat, was designed as an inverted temple to highlight the sanctity of water. Divided into 7 levels of staircases, which showcase more than 500 sculpted panels and over a thousand minor ones, Rani Ki Vav depicts religious, mythology and literary imagery. It is truly a marvellous sight to behold! To download and read more India Unveiled stories, visit www.indiaunveiled.org