Agrasen ki baoli is one of the best tourist place to visit in Delhi. Many bollywood movies are shot here.
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Well, this place is projected as a haunted place however, there is nothing haunted in and around this baoli. The location is picturesque, depending on the number of people present at that time. To reach the bottom of this structure, you need to walk down...More
I've never been to or even heard of step wells before I got here. The concept itself took my breath away. It's really beautiful and unusual because to explore it you should not look up but you should go down actually. And how cool the...More
Baoli is situated in the fast lanes of Connaught Place. Whenever you come here you'll find peace. Baoli's water is no where to be found but now it is a populate tourist destination among the youngster because of its mentions in movies like PK and...More
This is one of my favourite places in Delhi where not many foreign tourist visit. Once in there, you wonder how many surprises Delhi can have for the visitors. Although not an architecture marvel compared to many other stepwells in India, it is a delight...More
The baolis/bavdis/vavs were the traditional structures for the sustainable water management in North India. Unfortunately most of them lost the water because of the unsustainable water consumption of the society, but still these structures are very interesting sights. Be prepared for the crowd particularly on...More
The Ugrasen ki Baoli is the magnificent structure of an ancient well that is very deep (several story high), no water remains at the bottom. It is close to a few schools and that is where students congregate. Lots of kids spend time on the...More
This place is very close to Connaught Place, almost a good stroll. Get a rickshaw, it on the side street. Will take about 15 min. Good for photography mid afternoon. Not much walking. Lots of steps of you need to go down or just see...More
Fascinating place - you wouldn't know it was there tucked in amongst residences. It once inside this amazing staircase down into what used to carry water. Well preserved.