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Lotus Temple Delhi

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Location Kalkaji, New Delhi, India
Reach ThereMetro (Kalkaji Metro Station)
FeeNo Charges
Visiting Time9:00AM to 7:00PM in summer and 9:00AM to 6:00PM in winter (from Tuesdays-Sundays), Mondays closed

Lotus Temple is one of the remarkable landmarks of Delhi. The notable lotus shaped temple was built in the year 1986 and is dedicated to Bahai faith. The motive of Bahai faith is to unite all races and people of every religion and spreading peace and harmony. The marble structure has twenty seven petals that captivate the attention of every visitor and spectator.

The architect of this Bahai Temple, Furiburz Sabha selected lotus as a common symbol to Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism and Islam. Therefore, people of all religion are allowed to visit the place and spend time in silence. The temple is surrounded by well maintained garden and nine pools of clean water. It looks wonderful when gets illuminated in the evening.

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