Rajon ki Baoli also referred as Rajon ki Bain is a famous stepwell in Mehrauli Archaeological Park of Delhi, India.
It was commissioned by Daulat Khan in 1506 CE, an administrator of the Lodi dynasty of the Delhi Sultanate.
|Monday||5:00 AM – 6:30 PM|
|Tuesday||5:00 AM – 6:30 PM|
|Wednesday||5:00 AM – 6:30 PM|
|Thursday||5:00 AM – 6:30 PM|
|Friday||5:00 AM – 6:30 PM|
|Saturday||5:00 AM – 6:30 PM|
|Sunday||5:00 AM – 6:30 PM|
Arun Singh | Mar 2, 2018
A good peaceful place to hang out and walk with friends. There are many structures from medieval era. Also, this place is full of greenery. Exploring this place requires an ample amount of walking so choose your footwear accordingly. Take some snacks and water bottle with you as their is no good place for them available inside or around the place. Must visit place if you want to know more about Delhi's past.
Abhishek kushwaha | Mar 4, 2018
Great for nature and photo walk. A mix of heritage and nature. Usually really peaceful but you'd find some stoners nevertheless.
Amit Patel | Feb 25, 2018
This park is great historical place, it would be a fantastic tourist place if maintained but it's condition is not good as it should be, I would have given it 5 star if this place was well maintained, must watch place for archeology lovers.
dhirendra singh | Jan 3, 2018
This place lovely for picnic. Rose Garden is awesome. Many monuments are there. Management is poor. Drinking water not available. Cleanliness poor.
Harleen Kaur | Mar 1, 2018
These are just ruins sprawled over an area, nothing much to see here. If you are an enthusiast of such historical paces and are planning to visit this place, you wouldn't be impressed much. Kotla Ferozshah ruins are better.
divyatej singh | Apr 19, 2018
This place is known as the museum of monuments. It is a great place for walks and adventure. There are many monuments here from small to huge and thus known as paradise of history buffs.
Divyam | May 5, 2018
Actually this is an archaeological site adjacent to Qutub Minar spread over 200 acres and consists of over 100 historically significant monuments. Some structures like balban's tomb, bastion of Lal Kot fort, Tomb of Khan Shahid, Rajon Ki Baoli, Gandhak ki Baoli, etc. Nearest metro stn : Qutub Minar metro stn just 10min walk away. Parking is free because of low footfall. Mainly used by photographers for different kinds of shoots.
Sneha Roy | Mar 9, 2018
Lot's of lesser known treasures of the walled city. Too much to explore and learn from this place. Definitely worth many visits.
Aryan Nigam | May 18, 2018
pros. nice place to relax. family and couple. good for morning walk cons. no drinking water. not for running or exercising. waste all around
San Jay Sahoo | May 22, 2018
Worth a visit for those who looking for photography, calmness, sunset, greenery in the city. Lot's of mini monuments with glorious history of Mughal era.
Sachin Kumar | May 29, 2018
Very big archeological park in Mehrauli. Come with yours friend and enjoy here Jamali Kamali is also here and rajon ki baoli is also here
Madhu Parthasarathy | Jul 5, 2018
See Delhi's heritage through the ages all in one park. To locate the park, ask the locals for the Jamli Kamali mosque. A hidden gem in Delhi, frequented by only those nearby. A well maintained park. Suitable for everybody.
Anshu Mayuri | Jun 20, 2018
Under rated place. Visit the place and enjoy the greenery.. nearby is qutub Minar so at one go ..you can cover two main historical place ..
Milad Kawesh | Jun 16, 2018
Its a beautiful but forgotten place. The Qutb Minar Fame destroyed the reputation of this beautiful place. If you are around Qutub minar visit this beautiful place as well.
Rishabh chandyok | Jul 9, 2018
A good peaceful place to hang out and walk with friends. There are many structures from medieval era. Also, this place is full of greenery. Exploring this place requires an ample amount of walking so choose your footwear accordingly. Take some snacks and water bottle with you as their is no good place for them available inside or around the place. Must visit place if you want to know more about Delhi's past.My friends enjoy a lot here...
HARSH DEV | Aug 5, 2018
It is one of the best city sites one should visit. The architecture is simply magnificent. It has got some of the oldest trees in the city and one can enjoy the lush green views around. Marvellous structures standing tall in modern times.
lokesh bora | Jul 24, 2018
You can chill out with family on a Sunday picnic soothing place peaceful...lake n a small fort to visit..on a free of cost it's good to visit once
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