This ancient well, which has a history of almost 300 years, has finally got salvation. Even if 800 lorries of garbage were removed from the middle of the population, this building could not be seen. There are more than 70 steps to reach the water well. The Telangana government hopes to start soon to restore this ancient well to its former glory. Prime Minister Narendra Modi mentioned this in the 87th episode of his monthly Mann Ki Baat. The issue of water conservation was prominently mentioned. Every drop is worth it. We want to focus on water recycling. Modi talked about the historical stepwell in Secunderabad’s Bansilal Peta. Over the years, the stepwell has become full of mud and garbage due to neglect. But now the step well is being restored. This effort was appreciated.
Step wells are a part of our culture with a history of almost 300 years. Bansilal Peta stepwell is also similar. This stepwell was brought back to life by the initiative of the state government, rain water project. At that time the Nizam kings built this well for good water. Like the step wells in Rajasthan and Karnataka states, this one is also built in an eye-catching way. Renovation of the buried step well started in 2021. About 5 hundred tons of soil and garbage were removed in trucks. A miracle unfolded as the soil was removed. A rare, historical step well of the day was found. Officials including Minister Talasani Srinivas Yadav inspected the development work at the ancient step well in Bansilal Peta. Minister Talasani said that Metlabavi area will be developed as a great tourist area.
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