Lotus Temple, Delhi, India

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About Lotus Temple

The Lotus Temple (also called Kamal Mandir) in Delhi is believed to be one of the matchless architectures of building. It is also one of the prime traveler attractions of the National Capital. It’s an area where many guests from all across the world come to get peace, do meditation, prayers, and study. The temple is encircled by 9 ponds and gardens covering twenty-six acres in total. There are 2 reasons for naming this temple the Lotus Temple. The primary one is that this temple is made of the form of the lotus flower, and the second reason is also that this temple is the finest image of purity and love.


How to reach the lotus temple

Lotus temple is well-connected with various means of transport like

By Air

The most effective way to reach Lotus Temple from Indira Gandhi International Airport is by taking a taxi to the temple that takes around 25 minutes, relying on the traffic. Additionally, you'll also hire a cab to succeed in Lotus Temple quickly.

By Metro

Kalkaji Mandir is well-connected with the metro route, which could be a short go away from the Lotus Temple.

By Bus

The most cost-effective way to reach Lotus Temple from Delhi Airport is by availing the Delhi Transport Corporation and personal bus services from here.

By Train

H.Nizamuddin, New Delhi and Anand Vihar TRM, is the nearest railway station,, and from there you'll hire varied motor cars and cabs to succeed in going to Kalkaji and to the lotus temple.


Places to visit near Lotus temple

1. Akshardham Temple

Akshardham Mandir is a traditional mandir (temple) devoted to Bhagwan Swaminarayan that reveals the beauty and religiousness of the earliest Indian art, culture, and architecture. Built-in 2005 in the Noida Mor region of New Delhi, this wonderful temple is known as the Akshardham Temple by Swaminarayan Akshardham and brilliantly shows the spirit of ancient architecture, traditions, and eternal divine messages of India.

2. Red Fort

The massive Red Fort made of red sandstone is synonymous with Delhi and appears as proof of the wealthy Mughal Empire in Delhi. The Red Fort is one of the most prevalent traveler destinations in Delhi. The Red Fort contains all the stuff of the Mughal dynasty. Including public and private courtrooms ('DiwaniAm' and 'DiwaniKhas'), vaulted and vaulted marble palaces, luxurious private apartments, a mosque (Moti Masjid), and richly landscaped gardens.

3. India Gate

Located in the core of the city, India Gate is one of the distinctive landmarks of New Delhi which is considered the National Monument of India. The historical monument was built in 1931. Edwin Lutyens had started designing the Gateway of India to pay tribute to the Indian soldiers who lost their lives in the First World War and the Afghan War. The India Gate is bordered by lush green meadows, which are a popular picnic spot, especially on winter afternoons and summer nights.

4. Jama Masjid

Jama Masjid was built between 1650 and 1656 by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. Jama Masjid is located in the oldest part of Delhi, now called Chandni Chowk, and is surrounded by beautiful Mughal structures. At that time it cost an enormous one million rupees to build. It took the help of 5000 workers and six years to complete.

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