Khari Baoli is a avenue in Delhi, India known for its wholesale grocery and Asia's largest wholesale spice market selling all kinds of spices, nuts, herbs and food products like rice and tea. Operating since the 17th century, the market is situated near the historic Delhi Red Fort, on the Khari Baoli Road adjacent to Fatehpuri Masjid at the western quit of the Chandni Chowk, and over time has remained a traveller appeal, in particular the ones in the background circuit of Old Delhi.
Foundations of the Khari Baoli step-properly have been laid by using Khwaja Abdullah Laazar Qureshi during the reign of Islam Shah, the son of Sher Shah Suri. The work in this building changed into finished in the year 1551. Nothing stays of this baoli now, keep copies of inscriptions that were preserved in works like Aasar Us Sanadeed and Miftah Al Tawarikh. Foundations of the Khari Baoli step-well had been laid by using Khwaja Abdullah Laazar Qureshi during the reign of Islam Shah, the son of Sher Shah Suri. The paintings in this building became finished within the year 1551.