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This is a ancient jain temple from the times of Mughal Dynasty and its popularity is never faded over time. Its a great temple and you can visit is as many times throughout the year. The Padmawati Mata idol here is worshipped by Jain's across...More
This is a famous and ancient jain temple in Chandni Chowk area. The place is peace loving and you enjoy tranquility . This is a place where any kind of sick or injured birds are treated and looked after. A great place to visit and...More
This is very ancient and very peaceful temple of Delhi in the crowded area. Very good jain temple situated in chadani chowk, just in front of Red fort. It shows the great history of Jainism. A Must visit for all.
Chandani Chowk in Delhi is India in a microcosm, where one can see people of different religions and backgrounds living together. Among the many attractions of this famous street, which extends from the Red Fort to the Fatehpuri Mosque is the Digambar Jain Temple.
Alongside a bird rescue hospital, this Jain Temple is the oldest in Delhi and it made for a good, first experience for the many, many other visits to Jain, Hindu, and Islamic sites we made during our 16-day journey through northern India. Made of the...More
While exploring old delhi I came across this temple. I asked others about this place to get the information, and got to kniw it is the one of the old and famous jain mandir in Delhi. It is visited by people living far away...
During my holidays in Delhi, I had visited the giant Red Fort complex and this beautiful temple is located across the street bang opposite the Red Fort complex. The color of the temple is red and had beautiful traditional architecture with intricate carvings on the...More
The temple will bring you closer to idea of jains. No violence, no leather and no photos inside. It's nothing very-very special (if you compare to e.g. Ranakpur jain temple), but being around the Red Fort and not go there it's a loss in your...More