Agrasen Ki Baoli – An Ancient Stepwell in Delhi

This post from top Indian travel blog, desi Traveler, introduces you to the Agrasen Ki Baoli in New Delhi. At over 1000 years old, the architecture is in stark contrast to the modern city that has grown up around it.

Desi Traveler on the Agrasen Ki Baoli

“Hidden from the highrises around it, the ancient Agrasen Ki Baoli is a supposedly haunted stepwell in the heart of New Delhi, capital of India that most visitors give a miss. What a pity as it is just walking distance from Rajiv Chowk & Barakhamba Road, two prominent Delhi Metro stations.”

Agarsen Ki Baoli, over 1000 years old and in the heart of New Delhi

“Once you reach Agrasen Ki Baoli you will be greeted with an architectural marvel that dates back more than 1000 years and is named after mythological king Agrasen considered to be the ancestor of the prosperous  Aggarwal community in India.”

“To stand at the bottom of the stepwell and look above, one is amazed at the blue sky and the lurking skyscrapers that have mushroomed around Agrasend ki Baoli.”

Continue reading about this fascinating construction on desi Traveler – A Visit To Agrasen Ki Baoli in New Delhi – including details instructions on where exactly to find it, how to get there and how much.

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