Lotus Temple in Delhi

Lotus Temple

This spectacular building is shaped like a beautiful white petal lotus and attracts visitors from all around the world. The temple was designed by the Canadian architect Fariborz Sahba and was completed in 1986. As you enter the temple complex, you'll be mesmerized by the enchanting entrance gate, beautiful floral gardens, and scintillating pools. The path leading up to the temple doors is lined with lush green shrubs and exudes a sense of tranquillity, even amidst the bustling crowd.

Once inside, the stunning architecture will leave you in awe and the peaceful ambience will calm your senses. The Lotus Temple welcomes people of all nationalities, religions, races, and genders, spreading the message of unity and oneness of the Almighty. You can read and chant religious texts of any faith, and even sing musical renditions of religious texts without any inhibitions. The Lotus Temple is one of the seven Baha'i Houses of Worship present around the world, making it a must-visit destination in the capital. Experience a new way of meditation in this blissful atmosphere and marvel at the beautiful architecture. We highly recommend adding this to your itinerary during your stay in New Delhi.

Location : Delhi
Distance from the hotel : 10 km
Distance from the airport : 23 km                                
Driving time : 27 minutes

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