Agrasen Ki Baoli, is a protected archaeological site. It’s located nearby Connaught Place in New Delhi. There are about 105 steps in the terraced walls. It was built in the 14th century Maharaja Agrasen. The Indian postal stamps issued on Agrasen Ki baoli in 2012. Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) and the remains are protected by the Government of India Act, 1958. It’s was built by red sandstone. Rough and chiseled stone building are one of Delhi’s finest Bawlion.
60 meters long and 15 meters high on the Baoli believe was built in Mahabharata. Agarwal empire was later renovated the Baoli. This is one of those Baoli in Delhi, which is still in good condition. This baoli is situated on haley road near Jantar Mantar. The people of New Delhi and Old Delhi on here ever came to learn swimming.
Baoli architectural style likes the last tuglak and Lodi period (13th -16th ad). Made of red sandstone architectural features of the Agrasen Ki baoli are indicated at the time of tughlaq and Lodi. But according to tradition it was built by Agrhri and Agarwal community ancestor Agarsen. The main feature of the building is 60 meters long from North to South direction and 15 meters wide on the ground floor. Containing three entrances on the west side is a mosque. The edge on a solid high platform is equipped with the underground hallway. Its design is similar to the back of the whales ‘ mirrored ‘ chaitya ‘ shape of the roof our poles used in joint column medal award provides this distinction.