Why is a Beautiful Jheel Known As “Khooni Jheel”? 

India’s capital, Delhi has numerous places to visit from historical monuments to beautiful locations but there are also many places that are scary for visitors. Here we are going to talk about an amazing jheel in North Delhi that is popular as Khooni Jheel or Bloody lake. If you love to visit vicious places, then
 
Why is a Beautiful Jheel Known As “Khooni Jheel”?  Why is a Beautiful Jheel Known As “Khooni Jheel”? 

India’s capital, Delhi has numerous places to visit from historical monuments to beautiful locations but there are also many places that are scary for visitors. Here we are going to talk about an amazing jheel in North Delhi that is popular as Khooni Jheel or Bloody lake. 

If you love to visit vicious places, then it’s a perfect destination for you but most of its parts are restricted for visitors. 

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Khooni Jheel sounds like it’s a red lake but it’s beyond your imagination as it’s one of Delhi’s beautiful locations. This is a lake that is surrounded on all sides by thick vegetation, the greenish coating over the lake, coupled with the swimming ducklings, provides a pretty calm picture, completely at odds with its reputation, but don’t let the face value fool you. The fact that it is still surrounded by iron wires shows that it is a dangerous location.

The signboards also state that the lake is at least 80 feet deep and has a history of drowning events, which is why no one is allowed to swim or dive in the lake. You can no longer touch the lake’s water unless you are a water bird.

This place is a picture-perfect location for photoshoot and to explore Delhi’s amazing places. 

How to reach Khooni Jheel? 

While the position appears to be straightforward on the map, the dense foliage of the ridge makes it difficult to find on the ground. There are several entrances, however to prevent confusion, go to the Delhi University Vice Chancellor’s office. The ridge’s entrance is directly across the street.

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The Flagstaff Tower, another slaughter site from the war of 1857, is the first thing you’ll see when you walk in. From there, turn right and walk along the smooth road lined with beautiful flowering trees. It will take at least 15 minutes of walking to reach the point where you must descend a few stairs to have a clear glimpse of the area.

The visit to the jheel might be a new memory for you that you can add in your tour diary.