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55 Jain Lal Mandir Near Red Fort, New Delhi 110002 India
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Kohat EnclaveNew Delhi Metro11 min
Netaji Subhash PlaceNew Delhi Metro13 min
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Private Full Day Old and New Delhi City Tour
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Private Full Day Old and New Delhi City Tour

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Explore the sights of Old and New Delhi with your own private guide on a full-day tour. Travel in a private air-conditioned vehicle to UNESCO World Heritage sites including Jama Masjid, Qutub Minar, and Humayun's Tomb. You'll also go to other attractions like Raj Ghat—a memorial to Mahatma Gandhi, Parliament House, and Chandni Chowk; and temples such as the lavish Akshardham. Includes entrance fees, and round-trip transfers from your Delhi hotel, airport or train station.
$35.00 per adult
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vivek_j wrote a review Jul 2019
Ghaziabad, India73 contributions27 helpful votes
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 the globe and their is a belief that " Maa ke darbaar me koi bhi khaali haath nahin jata". The Friday aarti that takes almost 1-1.5 hrs here transports you to a different world altogether. This place also boasts of a world biggest bird hospital which fortifies the Jain principle of charity, compassion even towards birds n animals.
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Date of experience: July 2019
Amolak Rattan K wrote a review Apr 2019
New Delhi, India3028 contributions12791 helpful votes
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 appreciate. Amolak Rattan Kohli Former Governor of Mizoram
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Date of experience: April 2019
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ashwanijain wrote a review Apr 2019
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India227 contributions26 helpful votes
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.
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Date of experience: November 2018
Manish K wrote a review Feb 2019
Dubai, United Arab Emirates3968 contributions265 helpful votes
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. Located opposite the road from the Red Fort, the Digambar Jain temple is also called the Lal temple owing to its red colour. The temple is a place of worship for the Jain community, but others too can visit during its opening hours. Of special note is the bird hospital housed in the temple, where numerous birds, who were injured or unwell, are treated and nursed back to health.
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Date of experience: December 2018
Sumant S wrote a review Jan 2019
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India481 contributions56 helpful votes
Mandir is located just opposite to the Red fort and can be reached after crossing the road.. Good imposing structure with carvings on the roofs !!
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Date of experience: January 2019
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