Temples In Delhi
Explore the brilliant architecture of famous temples of Delhi while on a religious tour of the city. Hundreds of devotees from different parts of the country take on the religious tours of Delhi to explore the sacred magic of popular Delhi temples and see their beauty and new look during the festivals.
The Amazing Lotus Temple in the Afternoon
In an antique land like Delhi, the spirituality and devotion for the supreme self rises much higher than the soaring spires of old temples. The capital is dotted with serene temples that portray an impeccable blend of exquisite architecture and reverence, nestling under the shadow of evergreen trees. During the festive season, you can see hundreds of devotees hemming in to offer their ovation, along with hundreds of coconuts, fragrant garlands and sweets. The temples are adorned with colourful lights that create a magnificent vista, glittering handsomely in the eyes of the devotees.
The Exquisite Birla Mandir In Red Sandstone
Visit one of the biggest and most intricate religious
places of worship ever constructed, the grand Akshardham Temple, nestling
on the banks of serene Yamuna River. Affording an impeccable blend of
breathtaking grandeur, beauty, wisdom and bliss, the temple is a desired
fruit of 5 years of non-stop, round-the-clock construction in red
sandstone and marble with the blessings of HDH Pramukh Swami Maharaj of
the Bochasanwasi Shri Akshar Purushottam Swaminarayan Sanstha (BAPS),
which now manages this pristine architecture. Besides augmenting the
spiritual sense of the devotees, the temple also organises an Audio
Animatronics Show (Sahajanand Darshan) where the life of Bhagwan
Swaminarayan, the presiding deity is portrayed through robotics, brilliant
lights and sound effects, dialogues and music.
Beside the revered Hindu temples, Delhi also flaunts of numerous Jain Temples that add a glow to its demeanour. Nestling within a small marble courtyard surrounded by a colonnade, amidst the bustling Chandni Chowk area of Old Delhi, is this famous Digambar Jain Temple, glittering with gold and divinely lit by butter lamps offered by the devotees. Don't miss to see injured birds being treated at the Jain Bird Hospital, roosting in the temple compound. The ISKCON Temple, situated on the Hare Krishna Hill in East of Kailash is also worth a visit. Drifting an evening sitting on the stairs of this halloweed place, and pulsating to the euphonic chants amidst a tranquil ambience is a unique experience and should be felt by every holidayer in Delhi. Move further south, and you can see the ambrosial opera-house-of-Sydney like structure soaring high from behind the lush green Kalkaji Hill. Designed by architect Fariburz Sabha, the serene temple nestles amid a picturesque backdrop adorned with emerald pools and lush manicured gardens, that soothe every thirsty soul irrespective of caste, creed and belief. Such is the attraction of this tranquil places of Hindu worship, that makes every tourist to come back again and again to Delhi.
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