Raniji Ki Baori, built in 1699 by Rani Nathavati Ji is one of the popular step wells in Bundi Town, Rajasthan. It is the largest Baori in Bund with about 50 stairs. During the medieval era, this baori was very popular meeting place for the local people for social and religious reasons. It has a narrow entrance with stone structures of elephants facing each other and is a multistoried structure. At the entrance, there are four pillars, which showcases beautiful figurine and there is a tall standing arch shaped gate. As the History this baori goes, Rani Nathavati Ji was the younger wife of ruler Rao Raja Anirudh Singh. She gave birth to a son, Maharao Raja Budh Singh. But the previous wife of the king who was unable to give birth to a baby became envious of the younger queen. Thus, Rani Nathavati Ji gave her son to the previous queen of the raja and devoted herself for the well being of the common man. This is the reason she started the construction of this Raniji Ki Baori.