There is a history behind this place. Mainly, the spot had a bungalow and it is known as Jaisinghpura Palace. It was built by Raja Jai Singh, who is a 17th-century ruler, the eighth Sikh guru, Guru Har Krishan stayed there whilst visiting Delhi in 1664. And the people who were suffering from smallpox and cholera epidemics
were given aid and fresh water to Them. the water has some healing powers. Guru Har Krishan himself then fell ill, and he died in the same year.
The Sikh General Sadar Baghel Singh first built a small shrine on the site in 1783. Besides, he constructed a small tank over the well to protect the sacred water. Still, today, Sikhs across the world collect it and take it home and they are benefited from its healing powers.