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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
This Temple is situated across the road from the Red Fort, in Old Delhi in the Chandni Chowk. It's red turrets are a landmark as they stretch skywards and feature in the skyline.
There is a bird hospital, where birds are treated on a daily...More
We were staying at a hotel in the Bicycle Market and could see this temple from the rooftop. We dropped in to investigate what it was when walking back from the Red Fort after the (terrible) sound and light show. There were almost no other...More
The nearest metro station to this temple is Chandani Chowk. The temple is very beautiful and peaceful, made of red stones hence the alias Lal Mandir. There is a free bird hospital within the premises. A Jain book store too is located within the premises.
The historical Jain Lal Mandir refreshed the body and mind with its holiness. Meditation centre is a place where we can experience our aura. Their care towards the birds turned in the form of Birds Hospitals. Hats off!!!
Shri Digambar Jain Lal Mandir is the oldest(from the mughal times) Jain temple in Delhi. This Mandir also known as Lal Mandir "Red Temple" because mandir is built by red colour stones.. It is Situated at Chandni Chowk just opposite to Red Fort. It is...More