Distance from Acoli: Washere 7.5 km, Kumbhefal7.5 km Aurangpur Fort 4.3 km
Studying the natural water resources, strong stones were constructed in many places in Maharashtra area. Pretty carved construction looks like craftsmanship at this time. All of these twelve bars, which are of stone construction during the Holkar period, still serve as a thirst for the citizens of this area.
Sulabha Muralidhar says that the technology of construction was certainly more advanced than we were at that time. The twelfth was to be constructed of stone. Even today, none of the stones seem to have fallen. At that time, citizens used it extensively for drinking, agriculture, and consumption. The temples of Mahadeva are still found here beside the Twelve, so that the water can be used for purification, as well as for various religious rituals. The Twelve Builders of those days knew where the water sources were. They also knew the importance of water supply. He also says that the evidence about these twins is still visible in the Holkar Durbar of Indore. There are bars in Washere village of Akole taluka, Kumbhefalv illage and near Aurangpur Fata. Barav of Washere village still thirst for villagers today. The Barav near Kubhafal village seems to be a very fine construction but it is a little overlooked as there is not much use as it is on the side of the village and the human habitation. The Barav was completely buried near the Aurangpur Fata but locals excavated it and renovated it and buried the idol of Ganesh and Shivlinga buried there.
In fact, Akole taluka has historicity and many historical landmarks are found. All of them must be combined, different types of neglected objects must be redesigned and maintained separately. All of us should think intimately. Development is not just breaking the old, making the new, replacing the old!
Then when are you coming…