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Update Date: September 16, 2021, 00:28 IST
You will findtemplesin every state ofIndiaand there will be some temples at every place which people will know as thetempleof Mant. There is peace by visiting the temple and there are many places to visit in Delhi, the capital of the country, from forts to tombs and many archaeological places besides famous markets. If you are a believer and like to visit temples and you are coming to visit Delhi, then you should know about these famous Siddha temples of Delhi. People specially come toDelhifrom far and wide to visit this temple and people from Delhi also visit this temple a lot.
One of India's largest Hindu campus temples dedicated to Lord Swaminarayan in New Delhi is also called Swaminarayan Akshardham Temple, officially inaugurated on November 6, 2005 (5 run). Spread over about 100 acres, its height is 141 feet, including 234 magnificent carved pillars, 9 ornate domes, 20 peaks, 20,000 sculptures of the magnificent Gajendra, etc.
2. Mangal Mahadev Birla Kanan Temple, New Delhi
The temple, located on Shivaji Marg in Delhi, was inaugurated on shivratri day in the year 1994. Former prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee was also present on the occasion. The temple is spread over about 200 acres. The giant statue of Lord Shiva is established here. Its height is 100 feet. If you pass through NH-8, the statue of Lord Shiva of the temple is seen from afar. Idols of Lord Shiva as well as Goddess Parvati, Karthikeya, Nandi, Sita-Sriram, Radha Krishna and Lord Ganesha can also be worshipped at the temple. All the sculptures made here are made of very large and bronze metal. There are also beautiful gardens in the temple, which seem to be enchanting as well as giving a calm atmosphere to the devotees who have come here.
3. Shiva Temple Preet Vihar Delhi, New Delhi
In this temple built in Preet Vihar area of Delhi, you get an untimely peace between the citys chahal. The cave, built here, attracts the park from children to the elderly among the vibrant artifacts. You can also easily reach this temple from Preet Vihar Metro station.
4. Blue Umbrella Temple, New Delhi
The Blue Umbrella Temple at CorporaBodh Ghat in Delhi is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is believed that it was constructed during the Mahabharata period. It was constructed by the largest Yudhasthur in Pandavas. It is said that they had also carried out the horse-immolation in the same temple.
5. Ancient Gauri Shankar Temple, New Delhi
The temple at Chandni Chowk in Delhi has a lingam built of about 800 years old brown stone, covered with marble. It is believed that this temple was built by a Maratha soldier who was the supreme devotee of Lord Shiva. According to folklore, once the soldier was injured and his life was in danger, he prayed to Lord Shiva that if he survived, he would build the Shiva temple. When that happened, he built the temple according to his word.
6. Lotus Temple, New Delhi
Kamal Temple (Bahá'í Temple) is a bahá'í place located in the back part of Kala Ji Temple (Nehru Place) in New Delhi. It was held on 13th November 1986 in one of the most beautiful temples in Delhi. And the inauguration was in December 24, 1986, being a lotus-like shape, it is called the Lotus Temple or lotus temple.
7. Chhatarpur Temple, New Delhi
Chattarpur Temple is dedicated to The Largest and most famous temples (70 acres) of Delhi located in Chattarpur area near Gundgaon-Mehrauli Marg, hence named Kadyanini Shakti Bench. The foundation stone was laid by Sant Baba Nagpal Ji of Karnataka from Shri Adya Kadyanini Shakti Bench in 1974.
8. Laxminarayan Temple, New Delhi
The Birla Temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi of Samriddhi is located in Connaught Place, near gol market. It is also known as the magnificent Birla Temple in the name of Laxmi Narayan temple. In 1622, Veer Singh Dev sees the supernatural beauty of the idol of Mata Lakshmi and Vishnu God.
9. Malai Mandir, New Delhi
Known as the Malai Temple in Delhi, the temple, which depicts Tamil culture and is built on the hill of Ramakrishna Puram, is really a very well-known temple where it seems as if the book of the book came to a magnificent temple in south, and the temple's Banbutt charmed the temple South Indian temple architecture. , reflects the grandeur of Pandya. South Delhi Kalibari, a Bengali civilization culture near the temple, is also located in South Delhi Kalibari, a Bengali civilization culture near the Haimandir.
10. ISKCON Temple, New Delhi
Iskan the eastern part of kailash region of New Delhi was established in 1998 the temple was inaugurated by former Prime Minister of India Atal Bihari Vajpayee, mainly divided into four parts in the name of Shri Radha Parthasarthi Temple dedicated to Lord Krishna and Goddess Radha.
11. Shri Kalkaji Mandir, New Delhi
It is located near south Delhi of Nehru Place, the most visited ancient and revered temples in India. The 18th century extension of Mata Kali Devi, built in 50 years, is from the eighteenth century, also known as the Wish Siddha Bench.
12. Gauri Shankar Mandir, New Delhi
Chandni Chowk in Delhi is fully dedicated to Lord Shiva in the area and is one of the oldest temples in the Shaiva community of India. The temple was constructed in the year 1761. The statue of Lord Shiva, Goddess Parvati, Ganesha and Karthik is kept inside the temple.
13. Gufa Wala Mandir, New Delhi
The Preet Vihar area of East Delhi is known as the Shiva Temple ' Cave Temple '. It started in 1987 and was completed in 1994. The main attraction of this temple is the sculptures of Maa Chintpurni, Mata Kadyanini, Santohi Maa, Lakshmi Ji, Flame Ji.
14. Sri Digambar Jain Lal Mandir, New Delhi
It is the oldest Jain temple near the Red Fort in Chandni Chowk area of Old Delhi. It was made of beautiful red sandstone at the intersection of Chandni Chowk and Netaji Subhash Marg in the year 1526 (23rd Tirthankar Bhagwan Parshwanath). This famous temple is also known as red temple or red temple
15. Yogmaya Temple, New Delhi
There is a very ancient temple near Qutub Minar in Mehrauli, New Delhi, the temple was built by pandavas at the end of the Mahabharata war. According to the temple priest, it is one of the 27 temples that were destroyed by Mahmud Ghaznabi and later Mughalo (19th). Near this temple is a water lake, Johad, called "Anangtal".