Panchakki is a 17th century water mill situated at a distance of 1 km from the city. This intriguing water mill is famous for its underground water channel which traverses more than 8 km to its source away in the mountains. The channel culminates in a mesmerizing 'artificial' waterfall that powers the mill. The complete water channel is made up of earthen pipes finely lined up and at appropriate distances, masonry pillars are erected which serve as natural suction pumps to make the water flow through the pipes with force through the distance of 8 Kms. Finely, the water rises to a huge elevated masonry pillar from where it falls down into the main tank to make an attractive "Water Fall". The beauty of the mosque housed in the inner enclosure is enhanced by a series of 'dancing' water fountains.