The Raniji ki Baori, is also known as "Queen's step well" is a very prominent step well located in the town of Bundi in the Indian state of Rajasthan. This was originally built in the year 1699 by Rani Nathavati Ji, the younger queen of the presiding ruler Rao Raja Anirudh Singh of Bundi. One can see a 46 m deep stepped well which has some very interesting carvings done on its pillars along with a high arched gate. There is a multi storeyed structure in which one can see places of worship located on each floor. The entrance of the step well is quite narrow and is marked by four pillars. One can see stone elephant statues which are facing each other and stand in the corners. There are Ogee brackets which decorate all the archways of 46 m deep Raniji ki Baori. This is known to be the largest Baori of Bundi.