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Reviewed December 8, 2014

Was told nothing much inside therefore, just taking photos from afar. More or less just passing through the street.

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Reviewed December 8, 2014

Worth your time in evening , specially Walking with Friends or Family at evening when weather is Normal and Sunset view is in back,

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Reviewed December 7, 2014

It s splendid on a huge area located in South Delhi. Firstly there would be long queues to get into the temple so need to have patience and stamina too. Secondly would suggest not to take kids along as its a place to be calm and quite , and kids cant stay quite rest your outlook.

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Reviewed December 7, 2014

Well worth making time to visit this temple and reading abou the Baihai religion. No shoes, so clean socks especially during the hotter summer months.

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Reviewed December 7, 2014

Beautiful picture moments when walking up to this beautiful attraction, shaped like a flower through a garden. It's in the South Delhi so a bit out of the way so best visited together with the ISKCON temple which is nearby. There is a line to get into the temple itself which takes about 1-5 minutes but not much inside, just benches where everyone sits down to reflect and meditate which was a bit disappointing as I was expecting more. Bring your socks as you will need to take off your shoes.

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