‪Rajon Ki Baoli‬

تعليقات حول - ‪Rajon Ki Baoli‬, نيودلهي

‪مبانٍ ذات طابع معماري‬ • ‪معالم وأماكن محل اهتمام‬ • ‪مواقع تاريخية‬
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Vikas Singh
حيدر أباد, الهند3,890 مساهمة
‪Interesting step well‬
ديسمبر 2019
‪Built by Dalut Khan during the reign of Sikandar Lodhi the Baoli descends down to four levels. The Baoli served as a residence of the mason during the early 20th century and hence the name Rajon Ki Baoli. It follows the conventional U – shaped pattern and as one slowly descends the broad staircase the grandeur of the spectacular structure unfolds, before his eyes. The side walls contain shallow alcoves, where earthen lamps were lit up during the medieval period to light up the Baoli at night. Small narrow staircases lead to the terrace which offers a spectacular view of the Mehrauli region. It houses a small mosque on the western side. The mosque is small and simple but still has an elegant look. In front of the mosque stands a domed pavilion supported by 12 pillars. The dome is crowned with a floral motif finial and only traces of blue ceramic tiles can be seen to this day.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 7 أبريل 2020
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Payal G
مومباي (بومباي), الهند1,095 مساهمة
‪Photogenic and crowd free‬
زوجان • ديسمبر 2019
‪The stepwells of Delhi have been made famous by the Bollywood movies shot there, the most famous of which was Rang de Basanti. Hidden within the Mehrauli Archaeological Park is this gem of a stepwell that is absolutely free from crowds. One can get really cool pictures here without any photobombers. The beautiful arches on the main level are a superb backdrop for pictures with a great play of light and shadows.

The ASI is doing a superb restoration work and apart from the stagnant water, one can really enjoy the architectural beauty of the place. While going into the lower levels reaching to the water seem inadvisable due to the narrow steps in the dark littered with garbage, one must climb to the upper levels for the ornamented tombs and prayer areas. The view from the upper level shows the old and new juxtaposed in Delhi.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 6 يناير 2020
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coll612
‪Sunshine Coast‬, أستراليا226 مساهمة
‪Amazing place and a must see ‬
زوجان • نوفمبر 2019
‪Add this to the many historical sites to visit in Delhi- it was wonderful and we enjoyed it very much. Definitely don’t miss this one‬
كُتب بتاريخ 16 نوفمبر 2019
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S B Khare
نيودلهي, الهند105 مساهمات
‪A hidden gem‬
أكتوبر 2019
‪This baoli (water tank) was made by Daulat Khan, an administrator under Sikander Lodhi. It is an excellent architecture, rectangular in shape, a step well with engraved rooms all along the sides. Its beauty can not be described in words but can be appreciated by seeing it. Unfortunately the place is not well maintained, but recently restoration work of the monument is going on. The stairs go right down to the water level. There is a small mosque as well as a tomb, both of which are another piece of marvellous architecture. It is a must visit, if you have come to see Qutab minar you should make it a point to visit this place along with other excellent monuments in Mehrauli.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 15 نوفمبر 2019
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nancyenron
‪Ontinyent‬, إسبانيا2,271 مساهمة
‪minder bekend‬
أكتوبر 2019
‪De "stepwell"is een minder bekend stukje Delhi. Echter is het zeker de moeite van het bezoeken waard. Enige jaren terug is deze plaats gerestaureerd, al is de bron niet meer als zodanig in werking. Je kunt er erg leuke foto's maken en de trappen aflopen. Onderaan hangt een verschrikkelijke stank afkomstig van de vele vleermuizen die bovenin hun dagverblijf hebben gezocht. Deze attractie is gratis te bezoeken.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 23 أكتوبر 2019
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ayane0307
طوكيو, اليابان46 مساهمة
‪階段井戸‬
أكتوبر 2018
‪Rajon(石工たち) ki(の) Baoli(井戸)
リホン キ バオリ
イスラム教のモスク、墓地、井戸の役割がこれ一つに!
超古い。雨水がたまって3階までしかみえないけど実は7階建。
巨大な考古学公園の森の中にある。
人がいなさ過ぎて一人で行くときは要注意‬
كُتب بتاريخ 24 سبتمبر 2019
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Simone C
‪Chieti‬, إيطاليا6,552 مساهمة
‪degrado totale‬
الأصدقاء • أغسطس 2019
‪all’interno di un parco archeologico ad entrata gratuita, questa struttura come altre è molto bella tenuta malissimo nel più completo degrado tra immondizia ed animali randagi.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 22 أغسطس 2019
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Nitesh Rajput
نيودلهي, الهند224 مساهمة
‪Archaeological Park‬
فبراير 2019
‪Must visit the place to witness the archaeological beauty. Ita a very old place but not very well organized...but a very nice place to stop by.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 13 أغسطس 2019
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Jovial Holiday
نيودلهي, الهند86 مساهمة
‪Beautiful and Architecturally Prominent Baoli‬
العائلة • يناير 2019
‪Rajon ki Baoli, also known as Rajon ki Bain was built by Daulat Khan during Sikander Lodi’s reign in Mehrauli, Delhi. This beautiful and architecturally prominent Baoli of Mehrauli are three water wells approached through a single stage. You can reach here by Metro.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 21 يوليو 2019
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rh2473
‪Carrickfergus‬, UK265 مساهمة
‪Very interesting. ‬
أبريل 2019
‪A real shame this piece of Indian history is not maintained. It really is off the beaten track. We arrived by taxi after visiting a few other sites. NB an air conditioned taxi for four hours can be arranged via a good hotel for around the price of 2 pints of beer at home in the UK. They will take you wherever you want in a range of 40km.
The stepwell looks amazing and the driver had to ask many locals how to find it. It’s essentially the other side of the bus depot on a different road though. There a few signs giving you the history of the well but it’s a must when in Delhi and within a mile or so of the minar. Do not be confused with a smaller one very close by.
Down side the area looks like a rubbish dump. It actually has been used as such and has plastic and rubbish strewn everywhere. Indian gov should be cleaning this amazing bit of architecture and history, it would bring more tourists to the area. Oh and stick a direction sign up too. Worth a visit. Last tip BE VERY CAREFUL. There a no guard rails and children or the unwary could fall.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 20 أبريل 2019
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