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Its a one time visit in life if you have never seen it. The architecture is amazing but its for people who want to go and meditate there. This is not a temple with God's statues, this for meditation and its very plane jane. Please...More
The structure technique of this building is very interesting. It gives strong space effect in interior. The place is very clear but if you will arrive with metro you must walk a short distance. There are slums on the way, walk only ahead.
The temple is one of the attractions of the city and truly stands the recognition. It is a very calm and relaxing place to be. The architecture is really beautiful with fountains and garden around the main building. You should only visit if you need...More
This is one of the must visit place for all the travellers . The name for this temple has derived its name from the shape of the temple. This was dedicated in 1986 . Its has huge area for meditation centre. The temple is made...More
As name spells it is like that, the flower lotus is very beautiful and big ,it is very neat and clean and well maintained and peaceful temple complex and of course people come here to experience a part of this...
You leave your shoes a long way from the entrance so you don’t quite know what to expect.
When you arrive at the temple, you feel welcome regardless of religion.
You can listen to a service or spend time on your own.
I practiced some...More
I've read a number of other reviewers who gave low ratings - it was closed on Monday (they are very clear about this), it's not very India cultural (actually one of the original 18 followers of the founder was Indian), etc. I acknowledge that if...More