Temples In Delhi

If Delhi is said to be the heart of India on the banks of river Yamuna, then there will be no unjustified matter.nbsp;It is the capital of the Republic of India and is situated in the middle of India.nbsp;This is a city that sits native Indians in their heart....

You can also see the Cathedral Church of Redemption located in the quiet Church Lane near Rashtrapati Bhavan. This church is included in India#039;s most beautiful and splendid churches. It is also called Viceroy Church. It stands in the east of the Parliament House and the Rashtrapati Bhavan, which used to be used by British viceroys. The central secretariat can be reached here by accessing the metro station....

Taking time in Gurudwara Bangla Sahib dedicated to Guru Harikishan Sahib can be a wonderful experience. Before you visit the temple, you can safely submit shoes to the room here. There is a huge water tank on one side of this temple in which colorful fishes are worth seeing. There is also a food facility where food is served to many people on a daily basis. Walking distance from Patel Chowk Metro Station, the temple can be reached in approximately 10-15 minutes. It is open all day of the week....

Kalkaji temple located near Nehru Place is one of the most visited nbsp;ancient and revered temples in India. It is also known as Manokamna Siddha Peeth. It says that the wishes of the devotees are fulfilled here. However, worship is performed daily in the temple, but during the festival of Navaratri, there is an atmosphere of celebration in this temple. This temple is only 5 minutes#039; walk from Kalkaji Temple Metro Station. Except Monday, this temple is open all day of the week....

Located just a 15-minute walk from Lotus Temple, ISKCON Hare Krishna Temple is one of the largest and most interesting temples dedicated to the International Society. By visiting the temple, you can easily roam around and sit in the sanctuary, where you can listen to the current drum and chant of "Har-e-Krishna". The nearest metro station of this temple is Nehru Place, from where you can go for a 10-minute walk to the temple. This temple is open seven days a week....

This temple is also known as Birla Mandir.nbsp;This important Hindu temple is a major tourist attraction.nbsp;This temple was formally opened by the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi, where people from all different castes of India can enter.nbsp;The Birla Mandir is famous for its Janmashtami celebrated here....

Chhatarpur Temple in Delhi is one of the most important religious temple of the hindus. Chhatarpur Temple is located in South Delhi-Chhatarpur , just 4 km away from Qutub Minar....

The Akshardham temple dedicated to Lord Swaminarayan presents a glimpse of the beauty and spirituality of India#039;s ancient art, culture and crafts.nbsp;There is no permission to carry anything inside the temple premises, but you have a very safe and free space to store all your belongings here.nbsp;The musical fountain, movie show and boat ride are very popular here.nbsp;Akshardham Metro Station is a good choice for reaching here.nbsp;It is open from 9:30 pm to 6:30 pm Tuesday and closed on Mondays....