He is drawing water from well.
He is pulling water from well.
Which is more suitable in this context? Is there any suitable phrasal verb for this?
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"Draw" is idiomatic, although this particular definition is specific to the action of physically dragging water from a water source, so it's only really used with something like a well.
"Pull" does not sound idiomatic to me at all, at least not in this context. If you don't want to use "draw" then you can use "take" or "take out":
Take some water from the well and bring it to the kitchen.
or various others such as "fetch", "get", "bring", "collect" etc.
Tell your brother to go fetch some water from the well and bring it to the kitchen.
Note: In a different context you can "pull water" from a source, but this implies a different sort of action, for example:
In this case the scientists "pull" water by condensing water vapor using special materials.