Baramotichi Vihir was developed between 1641 AD and 1646 AD by Sau Virubhai Bhosale. It was intended to be a water source to every one of the homesteads around with its 12 canals. From the best, guests can see couple of minor dividers and water channels. The well is octagonal fit as a fiddle and is 110 feet profound and 50 feet in distance across. This isn't a conventional advance well like the ones in Rajasthan.
The well had ventures from one side prompting the center of the well. There is an angled opening subsequent to descending the stair. There are 2 excellent cut blooms on either side of curve and a display above. The exhibition has passageways on two sides with a little royal residence on one side.