PanchakkiApprox. Time: 1 hours
Activity Level: Easiest

This ingenious watermill from the 17th century takes its name from the mill that used to grind grain for the pilgrims. It was designed to generate energy via water. The water was brought down from a spring on a mountain. The energy generated was used to turn the large flour mill. It was built by Malik Ambar in 1695. In 1624, a Sufi saint who was much revered by Aurangzeb was buried there. The gardens and fish tanks serve as his memorial.

Courtesy of the India Tourism Board