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I'm not a particularly religeous person, but I do like to see different places of worship. I found the peace and tranquility of this temple to be quite relaxing, and somehow the place really began to mean something to me. It was nice to see...More
The Laxminarayan Temple, also known as the Birla Mandir is a Hindu Temple where everyone is welcome. It is open everyday and is free to enter. It is one of the biggest Hindu temples of the city. The main temple houses statues of Lord Vishnu...More
Founded in 1938 by an industrialist, this Hindu temple is dedicated to Lakshmi, goddess of prosperity and happiness and to Narayan, the god who sustains, maintains, and preserves the universe. There are shrines to other gods and even a Buddha chapel. Religious symbols and quotes...More
First Hindu temple we saw in India, it was great to see great to see Radha Krisha statue in temple. we were not allow to take picture because you are not allowed to take camera and mobile inside the temple.
This Hindu temple in Delhi is well known & stands out from all the others. It is huge!
It's colourful and detailed, & has elaborate & spectacular statues within. It is maintained as workers within, are paid by donations to the temple.
Some areas of...More
A truly stunning temple with such history. Inside the temple is just amazing and the painting and statues are so beautiful. You can't take pics or video,but I promise you ,what you see inside will never leave you.
This is a popular temple in daily use, not only for worship but also for picnics etc in the extensive gardens.It is relatively modern (1933, I think) so not historic but interesting to observe current religious practices.
We had what we felt was a fairly quick visit here (our guide for this particular day, I think his name was Gameesh Singh, but he was not a guide specific to this Temple, was really, really bad. What a loss for us) and what...More
Though wheelchairs aren't there but I am sure the staff of the Temple and its authorities are very reliable and efficient. On reaching the temple, reach out to the authority office and explain your requirement. I am sure, an... More
Though wheelchairs aren't there but I am sure the staff of the Temple and its authorities are very reliable and efficient. On reaching the temple, reach out to the authority office and explain your requirement. I am sure, an easy way for the darshan shall definitely be chalked out