Religious Sites in New Delhi

Religious Sites in New Delhi, India

Religious Sites in New Delhi

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  • Ankur J
    2 contributions
    What an absolutely stunning temple!!!!
    Loved our visit there. It is seriously breath taking. Anyone visiting India should have this on their "must do" list!!!
    Written 27 June 2022
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  • shekhar s
    1 contribution
    Yesterday I went to Connaught place and one of my friends suggested me to go to bangala sahib gurudwara, after visiting this shik shrine it has changed my perception about Sikh religion, I must appreciate about the system that their guru have developed, SEVA is the asset in this religion, I got so mesmerized by the fact how they are feeding thousands of people every day for free, plus it doesn't matter how reach or poor you are, you get to sit and enjoy your food with them, plus there are people who collects your shoes and by the time you are back they polish it too. It's very neat and clean, and the colorful fish in pond looks amazing. It's highly recommended from my side.
    Written 17 June 2022
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  • EastTNVol
    Knoxville, TN206 contributions
    This was a very interesting site to visit. Several people to whom I sent photos assumed it was the Taj Mahal, which allowed for a discussion on the differences between the two sites. I especially enjoyed comparing the two sites, with the differences between the red stone and white marble. Note when planning a visit that the stairs leading up to the building are very steep.
    Written 8 May 2022
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  • James H
    Latham, NY126 contributions
    Loved visiting this beautiful Bahai temple. The museum near the entry is definitely worth a visit as well. Prayer hall is still closed to the public due to COVID, which is a shame. Maybe will get to see it some other time.
    Written 10 January 2022
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  • A Choudhury
    New Delhi, India112 contributions
    Such a marvellous temple with beautifully decorated interiors. The temple complex is very neat and clean. You will feel peace and positive vibes once you enter inside. The closest metro station is Nehru Place.
    Written 9 May 2021
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  • mick582
    Bengaluru (Bangalore), India7 contributions
    Located is in central delhi well connect with Metro ( subway ) and other transportation like bus and cabs .
    Avoid going there on weekend it's too busy and crowdy .
    Written 19 June 2022
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  • A Choudhury
    New Delhi, India112 contributions
    This is a must visit place if you are in Chandni Chowk area. Located very near to the Red Fort, the place is well maintained and beautiful. Once inside, you will feel inner peace and calmness.
    Written 8 May 2021
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  • Bhanu Pratap Singh
    Gurugram (Gurgaon), India13 contributions
    This Temple is just a synonym for Beauty Situated near Chahatarpur Metro Station. I find peace and feel calm inside this temple. I want to suggest to everyone who visits here in the car, please find some good and automated parking at a nearby place. Once I struggle with the parking space and after struggling for hours I got some PARK+ parking to park my car safely.
    Written 28 April 2022
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  • Tissa.travels
    Rotterdam, The Netherlands2,202 contributions
    Nice start to a visit of Chandni Chowk. The mosque is right next to the old city centre. The building itself is quite nice, but not extraordinary. Great place to watch people, especially in the streets around the mosque. You need to take of your shoes and have to pay a small fee for taking in cameras.
    Written 19 July 2020
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  • Brun066
    Florence, Italy10,999 contributions
    We learned from our guidebook that this complex, not far from the Humayun mausoleum, was worth visiting. So, after the visit to that mausoleum, we got transported to it by a motorickshaw.
    This is a high place for Muslim worship in present-day India.
    Dargah means mausoleum. Nizamuddin (full name: Khwaja Nizamuddin Auliya, 1238-1325) is a Sufi saint, belonging to the " Chishti" order. The order originated in present-day Afghanistan and is one of the four main orders of the sect of Sufi mystical "monks". Within the Chishti order, I learned that Nizamuddin is the founder of a particular branch, called precisely "Chishti Nizami".
    The surrounding neighborhood was named after him, and also the nearby Hazrat Nizamuddin station, which is today one of the three main railway stations in Delhi.
    Here the Nizamuddin shrine stands (which, however, is much later than him; as far as I read it dates back to 1562), together with other buildings, which host other shrines, shops related to his cult, and also a small baoli (stepwell).
    To get to the mausoleum, from the spot of Lodhi Road where our motorickshaw left us, we walked a narrow, picturesque and crowded pedestrian street, lined with shops of all kinds. These shops are evidently favored by the continuous influx of shrine worshippers. After passing through an entrance arch, the shops also continue inside, further narrow and winding. Finally, after skirting the baoli, you reach the very crowded area where the shrine stands, under a large, highly decorated marble canopy surmounted by an onion-shaped dome.
    No less evocative are other shrines that flank the courtyard where the main one stands.
    Behind an offer, we received our tray of rose petals, with which to sprinkle the shrine.
    The whole is extremely picturesque. And it certainly would have been even more so, if we had stayed until sunset, when, apparently, the Sufis sing poignant religious hymns. But it was not in our program to dwell so much.
    As far as we could understand, after the Great Mosque this is the most evocative Islamic place of worship in Delhi.
    Written 17 March 2020
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  • Neelam Rawat
    New Delhi, India979 contributions
    I visit this place more often as it's near to my place and it's very different from other temple in Delhi.

    It's always very neat and clean, spacious and very beautiful.

    Some time here are some traditional music events by very talented singers with sitting arrangements.
    Written 4 February 2020
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  • Rashmi K
    New Delhi, India4 contributions
    Very peaceful place. Really loved the positive atmosphere there.
    I frequently visit this and i recommend everyone to visit.
    Written 17 March 2021
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  • Kunal V
    Noida, India1,042 contributions
    I went to Kalkaji Mandir, along with my wife and parents.

    How to reach here : Best way is via Metro. Hey down at Kalkaji metro station and 2 mins of walk will lead you straight to the Mandir.

    The other way is via car and there is some not much, parking space available.
    Written 22 December 2019
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  • Manish K
    Dubai, United Arab Emirates3,968 contributions
    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.
    Written 18 February 2019
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  • A Choudhury
    New Delhi, India112 contributions
    Located near R K Ashram Marg metro station, this is the best place for meditation. The environment is calm, spiritual and one will find inner peace here away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The place is very clean, the garden is beautiful and well maintained.
    Written 11 May 2021
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