Religious Sites in Chandni Chowk

Sacred & Religious Sites in Chandni Chowk (New Delhi)

Sacred & Religious Sites in Chandni Chowk

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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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  • ell mansor
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    Its an eye opener for us when we wanted to pray at the mosque as part of our itinerary. We looked for the women's side of the mosque and was told that they didnt have that. After praying at one side of the mosque, we looked for the 'door' to go inside the mosque and was surprised to know that we were already at the front of the saf! The tarmac after the first few safs was actually where the rest of the congregation would pray. Having travelled to many parts of the world and prayed at many mosques, this is a first for us!
    We enjoyed ourselves just sitting and watching the goings on around the mosque. It is a picturesque place and the cool breeze of the sunny winter day make you want to just sit and relax.
    For the ladies who want to pray there, make sure you do your wuduk first as the wuduk taps are in an open area. An alternative is to eat at one of the restaurants nearby and go to the washrooms there and make your wuduk.
    By the way, go to the rooftop restaurant of one of the hotels beside the mosque. It gives a different view of the mosque thats breathtakingly beautiful.
    Written 25 December 2018
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  • Devendra G
    Gurugram (Gurgaon), India756 contributions
    Gauri shankar temple is located in chandni chowk, near red fort in new delhi. This is one of the old temples in delhi. I visit the temple whenever I am in old delhi. There is a feeling of peace inside the temple which I really enjoy. Must visit if you are in old delhi.
    Written 12 January 2020
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  • Kumar S
    New Delhi, India421 contributions
    One of the best Jain Temples in Delhi. Though the location is quite tacky but once you reach the temple you will be amazed by the marble work of temple. Amazing place to visit.
    Written 31 May 2018
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