Popular Temples In Delhi

Delhi, the Capital of India, is full of energy influenced with modern technology, commercial and political activities, and business. However, amid the hustle and bustle of the city life, you can simply can’t miss visiting some amazing temples in Delhi. Delhi has got some oldest and best temples in India that most visitors and citizens visit to experience their calm and peaceful aura. So, if you want to visit some popular religious places in Delhi, read this article to find a list of well-known temples in the capital of India.

7 Popular Temples In Delhi, NCR & Gurgaon

Swaminarayan Akshardham Temple

Even though Swaminarayan Akshardham temple is a modern religious structure constructed and inaugurated in 2005, it is well-known for being one of the best religious places in Delhi. It is famous as the world’s biggest Hindu temple. Beautiful gardens, exhibits, hall, and many other features adorn this temple. Peculiarity of this temple is that it was constructed by using stones and marble, without using any metal in its construction.

ISKCON Delhi Temple

Visit ISKCON Delhi temple, which is famous as a Vaishnav temple dedicated to the Lord Krishna. It is one of the most visited temples in the capital of India. Impressive architecture is indeed noteworthy feature of the temple. ISKCON Delhi Temple was constructed in 1998, and it’s known for its unique way of worship. You can access popular Vedic literature and various other religious books here.

Hanuman Mandir

One of the most ancient temples in Delhi is Hanuman Mandir. It is believed to have been constructed originally during the era of Mahabharata. It was rebuilt in 1724. Hanuman Mandir made it to Guinness Book of World Record for its uninterrupted chanting of ‘Sri Ram, Jai Ram’. Admire exquisite architecture of the temple. Watch images of the Lord Ram on the ceiling of the temple.

Shri Digambar Jain Lal Mandir

Constructed in 17th century, Shri Digambar Jain Lal Mandir is the most famous and oldest Jain temple that you can find in Delhi, India. It was constructed in red stone and features peculiar impressive architecture. This Jain temple comprises two storeys with sanctum present on the first floor. You can also find statues of Thirthankars in this temple.

Kalkaji Mandir

Dedicated to the Goddess Kali (Goddess of Power), Kalkaji Mandir is one of the oldest religious places in India and Delhi. Constructed in 1764 AD, this temple is very popular. Thousands of devotees visit this temple every day and millions of people visit it during the festival of Navaratri. More about Delhi, NCR

Birla Mandir

Lakshminarayan Temple, which is popular as Birla Mandir, is dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Vishnu. Situated on the Mandir Marg at Connaught Place, this temple is indeed a sight to behold. It’s constructed in white marble and red sandstone and spans across greater than 7 acres of land. You can find many deities worshipped in the temple. A charming garden, spectacular fountains, and hall of religious discourses adorn this temple. A big horse-drawn chariot constructed here using marble looks magnificent.

Shri Sheetla Mata Mandir

One of the most famous temples in Delhi is Shri Sheetla Mata Mandir. Sheetla Mata is believed to be the wife of popular Dronacharya, who is well-known as Guru of Pandavas in Mahabharata. Every day thousands of devotees visit this temple to offer their prayers.

So, the next time you plan a religious tour to Delhi, make sure you visit all these seven temples.

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