Time Required : 1 - 2 hrs
Timings : 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Entry Fee : Indian Visitors - INR 25
Foreign Visitors - INR 300
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An intricate merge of Indian and Islamic architectural styles, the Shahi Baoli was formerly built as a reservoir for the society of the time. It was constructed between 1784 and 1795 by Nawab Asif-Ud-Din Daula and Kifayat-Ullah, one of the excellent architects of the time.
Housing five storeys, the bottom three being a regular storage space and the top two being occasional reserves. Although it is just a reservoir, it's an ornate one, hosting some brilliant archways and exquisitely carved doorways.
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