Agrasen Ki Baoli is a renowned monument of Delhi that was built in Mahabharata times is also known as Agar Sain ki Baoli. Raja Agarsen built this 104 red stoned steps magnificent water temple. This monument is under the protection of the Archeological Survey of India. Agrasen Ki Baoli is an architectural marvel. It has three stories and 108 steps that goes into the well. It is similar to the bodies found in Rajasthan. The Baoli is 60 meters long and 15-meter wide rectangular step well made up of a series of superimposed arches. Till a few years back Baoli had water but now its all dried up.
What took Agrasen Ki Baoli in Delhi’s Top Haunted Place
The water inside the Baoli is said to hypnotize visitors and allure then to jump down. People say that Baoli’s water has the power to hypnotize people. It is said to be one of the top haunted places in India. People visiting here in dark hear strange noises and feels that someone is watching them and tacking them. Baoli is a residence of thousands of bats and pigeons. Sounds of bats and pigeons make this place looks spooky in the daytime too.
My Visit To Agarsen Ki Baoli
As it’s in the heart of the city, this place is highly sensitive to trespass in the night. So first I decided to pay a visit here in the day. On my first observation, I don’t think this place is haunted. It under CCTV surveillance 24/7 and also there is a guard for full night too. So till date, I couldn’t manage to get in but stay tuned ill definitely spend a night there to investigate paranormal.
Check out a few pictures of my day visit.
How To Reach Agrasen Ki Baoli (Location)
There is no entry fee for visitors here. Its open 7 days a week from 7 AM to 6 PM. Staying after dark or visiting after dark is not allowed. If you are coming from Delhi Metro you can visit Janpath metro station. And if you want to visit here on a public transport bus then you can take 505 or 522. To See Googlemaps location of Agrasen Ki Baoli click Here