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I never heard of the Jain until my trip here. As I was walking across the street after leaving the Red Fort, I felt an inner pull to cross the street and go to this Temple.
I am glad I did. As I removed my...More
It is very ancient temple. It is located just opposite to Red fort. Also known as Lal Mandir because it is made of red stone. One will find very peaceful environment in side temple. A book store is there from where you can buy books...More
Honestly, I wasn't too sure what to expect having never been in a Jain Temple before, but the artwork and the beauty and the work that was done in here is just a feast for the eyes.
As a photographer I wanted to take pictures,...More
We came here on the same day we went to the nearby Sikh temple. Here there is an animal hospital, and down some stairs, hidden Jain deities in an odd underground cavern-like place. (Someone there showed us the stairs.) Even though it was not much...More
A centrally located ancient historic Digambar Jain temple in the midst of Chandni Chowk just opposite to historic Red Fort. The worshipping is done based on the Digambar Jain tradition. The attractive paintings related to Jainism are one of the best things to be observed...More
Although Delhi is a moving catastrophe, the Jain Temple is an oasis from the chaos. My jaw dropped when I saw what they were displaying inside this amazing building. It was a gold diorama of the religious history of Jainism. You can google image it...More