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The Shri Digambar Jain Lal Mandir is the oldest Jain temple in Delhi. Its located opposite the Red Fort and Lal Mandir (Red Temple) as its also known as was built in 1656. The premises of the temple houses a Birds Charity Hospital, which is...More
This Jain temple and the bird hospital in its compound are amazing. You can go in and see the hurt and sick birds being cared for. The temple itself is also beautiful, and there's a meditation cave in the information center at the bottom. FYI...More
Having walked from Chandni Chowk metro station towards Lal Quila we were quite amazed at the beautiful red topped temples to be seen almost in front of the Red Fort.
More so were we surprised to see that preparations were underway for a religious festivity...More
Delhi has been a centre of Jain religion for centuries.This Jain Temple located in the Kalkaji-Nehru place area is dedicated to Bhagwan Adhinath.It has beautiful elaborate glasswork & murals.It also depicts the 24 thirathankars.A coorridor with many pillars leads me to a hall with its...More
Sh dig Jain Lal mandir is one of the oldest place of worship in present delhi. The temple is older to the red fort itself. Ancient property yet well kept managed and looked after. Beautiful from both outside and inside. V architectural from inside. Ancient...More
While its built in a busy street, have to find parking to visit the place, good for people who from the same community who would associate it with the others may not find it interesting as its not historical
We hoped to enter the Temple but were there at a time when outside visitors were not allowed inside the temple proper. We were, however, still able to visit the Bird Hospital on site. This is where injured birds are brought in by people off...More