INDIA-RELIGION-HINDU-STEPWELL

An Indian boys walks up the steps of the historic Chand Baori stepwell in Abhaneri village in Rajasthan on September 24, 2015. For a few hours on one day each year local residents are permitted to descend into the 100-foot-deep, 1,200-year-old stepwell, as Hindu devotees in the area mark a local festival known as 'Jel Juline Aka Desi' in honour of the Hindu God Krishna, at the same time as Hindus worldwide observe Ganesh Chaturthi festivities. Chand Baori is one of the oldest and largest stepwells in the world, with some 3,500 steps laid out in a geometric design down to the water at its base. AFP PHOTO / ALEX OGLE / AFP / Alex Ogle (Photo credit should read ALEX OGLE/AFP via Getty Images)
An Indian boys walks up the steps of the historic Chand Baori stepwell in Abhaneri village in Rajasthan on September 24, 2015. For a few hours on one day each year local residents are permitted to descend into the 100-foot-deep, 1,200-year-old stepwell, as Hindu devotees in the area mark a local festival known as 'Jel Juline Aka Desi' in honour of the Hindu God Krishna, at the same time as Hindus worldwide observe Ganesh Chaturthi festivities. Chand Baori is one of the oldest and largest stepwells in the world, with some 3,500 steps laid out in a geometric design down to the water at its base. AFP PHOTO / ALEX OGLE / AFP / Alex Ogle (Photo credit should read ALEX OGLE/AFP via Getty Images)
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