Though I passed ds spot a million times in d past I never knew it existed at d very spot dat it is.. but its worth a short detour. Used to be a stepwell though now it's crowded with youngsters .. even gained d reputation...More
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Barely 10 mins walking distance from cannaugt place shopping centre, it is well hidden in a residential area . You either go as per your google map or ask you way to the locals and passerbys as it is not visible on any of the...More
Quite an amazing place to visit. It is not well advertised but definitely worth a visit and there is no entry fee.
This place is a part of Indian history.. However, the upkeep is just missing and the place is very dirty..The main attraction of this place "Baoli" is very dirty and the water stinks. Would appreciate if the government takes care of the historical assets of...More
Agrasen ki Baoli is silent place in the heart of the capital. It is an unique blend of architecture with an impressive design known to have existed centuries ago, consisting of 108 steps made of red stone. Now the has dried up and one can...More
Agrasen (or Ugrasen) Ki Baoli is located a step away from Connaught place. You just have to walk to the south-east, cross Tolstoy Marg and another quarter towards the quarter near Hailey-road. Named after the Maharaja of Ugrasen, a direct participant in the development of...More
It is Ugrasen Ki Baoli, not Agrasen Ki Baoli. The place is less than 1 kilometer from Janpath Metro Station. No ticket is required there to get entry. Photography is also free of cost. You need to get down by stairs to reach the well....More