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Rajon Ki Baoli, New Delhi
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • A beautiful baoli. Had it not been for the way people have littered it, it would have matched the aesthetics of Ugrasen's Baoli. The place is not properly maintained either. A lot can be done to prime this place. It's quite spooky as well
  • Wonderfully made, one of the most unappreciated sight of the city Finding it may get difficult but it is worth the exploration. Not advisable for early morning or evening visits as the antisocial elements are high The way this place has been treated is awful with the water green and dirty with prices of plastic floating in it
  • Historic place in the heart of South Delhi; took me over 4 decades to discover this place. Bit difficult to access through Mehrauli village but worth the effort
  • 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's a nice historic place and less known to people. It's located inside the mehrauli archeological park.