One of the finest reservoirs in the area, Sethani ka Johara, attracts a number of birds and animals, including nilgai that can often be sighted near it. From here, visitors can get picturesque views of the dipping sun as the water reflects multiple hues of sunlight and the skyline looks drenched in orange. The layout of the reservoir is such that it has various arched entryways that lead to the water body via steps. Though it is now in ruins, one can almost imagine the grandeur of the structure in its golden times as it is well preserved. The reservoir was built in the year 1899 by the widow of Bhagwan Das Bagla as a part of the famine relief projects, which were financed by the merchants.

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