Seeing intricate carvings on the stones in Rani Ki Vav was a memorable experience: Mahima Makwana
Mahima Makwana recently shot at Unesco's world heritage site Rani Ki Vav in Patan for his recently released show Shubharambh . The program, which is based in a small town in Gujarat, is a love story of two people who come from different backgrounds and how their love keeps them despite unfavorable circumstances.nWhile Mahima is half Gujarati and her hometown is Rajkot, she never got a chance to visit Rani Ki Vav. It was only during this shoot that she visited the site and was awestruck with its beauty. Talking about her experience of shooting at the heritage site, Mahima, who has been part of shows like Balika Vadhu, Sapne Suhane Ladakpan Ke, Rishton Ka Chakravyuh etc says: Although Rajkot is my hometown, and I go there almost every year, I never had the chance to see the vav until we went to shoot for the show and I was pleasantly surprised by the grandeur and architectural beauty of the heritage site.
Mahima adds, “Simply being there, getting to know the rich history of Rani Ki Vav and how it was made, see the intricate carvings on the stones and absorbing the feel of that place was a memorable experience. We also shot at Siddhpur, which is again a place unlike any I have seen. ”