Satpula or the ‘seven arched bridge’ is actually a dam that is situated at a distance of less than a km from the Khidki Masjid in Delhi. The water of the Yamuna river was tapped to provide irrigation and drinking water for the city folks. Surrounded by lush greenery and boasting of utter peace and quiet, Satpula is a popular getaway from the chaos and din of the city to spend some quality time alone or in company.
Built in stone masonry, the bridge has a gate system with eleven bays each with arched openings. Although the water has all dried up now, the area has been restored by the Archaeological Survey of India and has become a popular tourist spot.
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