Agrasen ki Baoli is a 14th century step well that has been designated as a protected monument by the archaeological survey of India. This historical structure is believed to have been built by the legendary king Agresen to provide a constant supply...more
Agrasen ki Baoli is a 14th century step well that has been designated as a protected monument by the archaeological survey of India. This historical structure is believed to have been built by the legendary king Agresen to provide a constant supply of water. The structure of the well is quite unique and is different from the traditional round well. Although not one of the most popular sites in the Delhi, Agrasen Ki Baoli is one of the few remaining exquisite examples of step wells in existences in Delhi today, and that alone makes this beautiful historical structure a must-visit when in city. Consisting of 103 red stone steps, this amazing piece of architecture transports visitors back hundreds of years and offers them the chance to imagine what the structure would have meant to the people during that era.
Free of charge
Around an hour
Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children.
The unusual architectural structure of the step well
Muslim visitors requiring prayer facilities in Agrasen Ki Baoli will not find it within the step well. They will however find several mosques in the city of Delhi. The city is known to house many mosques that are frequented by its residents and visitors alike. Those visiting the historical structure could ask the locals to direct them to a nearby mosque, when needed.
Delhi is a fantastic place to enjoy some great food, and those looking for Halal restaurants will find many in the city. Home to numerous restaurants serving a diverse range of cuisines; Delhi offers Muslim tourists a plethora of fantastic dining options. From popular snack food in the streets, to famous high end restaurants, the city has food outlets to suit all budgets and tastes.