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Rajon Ki Baoli, New Delhi
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Questo pozzo a gradini si trova presso il parco archeologico di Mehrauli. È importante perché risale ad un’epoca pre-mughal e rispetto ad altri che ho visto ha una struttura diversa con una lunga scal... read more »This step-well is located at Mehrauli Archaeological Park. Is important because it goes back to a pre-mughal and compared to others I've seen has a different structure with a long staircase that descends straight along its three floors with arches. An impressive structure for the collection of water.show original
В этом районе Индии очень много подобных гидротехнических, если можно так выразиться, сооружений. Резервуары для дождевой воды. А также для воды из подземных источников. Кроме того, они служили для то... read more »In the area of India very much like hydraulic, if I may say so, structures. Rainwater tanks. As well as for water from underground sources. In addition, they served to hide from the heat. This well is one of the most beautiful. This gazebo. A decoration, rather than simply utilitarian construction.show original
Такие сооружения не редкость в Индии. Служили они для сохранения воды, накопленной в сезон дождей. Rajon Ki Baoli находится на территории археологического парка Мехраули. Очень красивое строение. Наст... read more »Such constructions are not uncommon in India. They served to conserve water accumulated in the rainy season. Rajon Ki Baoli is located on the territory of Mehrauli Archaeological Park. A very beautiful structure. A real work of art and architecture.show original
I felt so sad seeing this place after some 18 years when I first came here in my school picnic. The place is now filthy like any other historic place in India, litter, bottles, graffiti and name scribbing on the walls. There were a million thrown cold drink bottles lying on the 70 feet odd deep well behind the Baoli. Gosh, I was totally heart broken. Govt of India or the ASI has let this place vanish one day. There is no security and anyone can enter and desecrate this once lovely place. Really sad and pathetic.
It is a lesser known attraction which is very close to the famous Qutb Minar. This Baoli was built in 1516 by Daulat khan during Sikander Lodi`s reign in Delhi.It is 3 storeys deep with an additional layer at ground level & one gets dazed by its sheer size as one approaches closer to the water. This was an excellent way to preserve and use underground water for the periods of the year when there was shortage of water. This structure is very beautiful and very artistic in its architecture. Visit if you enjoy history and architecture.
Rajon ki Baoli or Mason's stepwell is one of the most beautiful and intracately built water reservoirs in Delhi. The Baoli has become quite popular because of many pre-weddings and modeling shoots that take place here. It deserves a spot in the list of "Must Visit places in Delhi" .
Such a poorly maintained placed. There is nothing special here except insects, spider wells and some old walls. The area is also not safe. I suggest not visiting the place.
good untouched place ,no restriction on wandering the place till now 2015
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