Lotus Temple, Delhi

Currently Open [Closes at 05:30 pm]
  • Address: Lotus Temple Rd, Shambhu Dayal Bagh, Bahapur, New Delhi, Delhi 110019, India
  • Timings: 09:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +91-1126444029
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Religious Site, Temple, Family And Kids, Architecture
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About Lotus Temple, Delhi

The Lotus Temple in New Delhi is a beautiful modern architecture that blends spirituality in its folds. The building is in the shape of an enormous lotus and belongs to the Baha’I faith. The Philosophy behind this religion is very welcoming. People of all faiths sects and religions are welcome in this place. You can pray in any manner you want to as well as meditate or find a peaceful place to just sit and watch the others. The spiritual power of this place is certainly great. Do visit if you are religious and are interested in different religious practices.

The architecture of this place is equally interesting though. The place is shaped in the form of a lotus with water on all sides giving it a peaceful as well as modern feel. The sky-light in the main hall is absolutely beautiful and can light up the whole structure. There are wooden benches to sit on as well as areas to sit or stand. The spirituality and openness of the place make it very warm and inviting.

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Lotus Temple, with its marvellous, one of a kind architecture and surreal atmosphere, is hailed as one of the most visited spiritual destinations in India. As with all the temples in India, it does not have any Lotus Temple Ticket Prices. You can enter the place without any Lotus Temple Tickets. Though you don’t have to get into long queue to Buy Tickets for Lotus Temple, there will be long queue of pilgrims with offerings, though. Regardless, if you are on India’s visit, the Lotus Temple is certainly a place to stop by for a while and introspect.

Lotus Temple Opening and Closing Hours

  • During Evening Hours as Lotus Temple Glitters Like Diamond.
  • Different Religion's Prayers are offered 4 times a day- at 10:00 am, at 12:00 pm , at 3:00 pm. and at 5:00 pm. The prayers are done for 15 minutes.

How To reach Lotus Temple by Public Transport

  • Nearest Metro station: Kalkaji Mandir Metro Station

Restaurants Near Lotus Temple

  • Dominoes
  • Awaan’s
  • Cafe Lotte

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Things to Know Before Visiting Lotus Temple

  • 67.5% of people who visit Delhi include Lotus Temple in their plan

  • 50.1% of people start their Lotus Temple visit around 11 AM - 12 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Lotus Temple

Monday, Tuesday and Friday

92.24% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Lotus Temple

People normally club together Qutub Minar and India Gate And Rajpath while planning their visit to Lotus Temple.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

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Lotus Temple, Delhi Reviews

  • On road Wonderful place. Adorable beauty. Lotus sanctuary am magnificent structure and excellence of the building. Lotus sanctuary is the well known visitor place of India's capital Delhi. this place is exceptionally renowned for there decent and extremely imaginative lotus look. in this place you will see the excellence of garden and the super structure of this building.  Hello friends anyone know that lotus temple marble have to much cost. These types of marble are not more . In lotus temple when person enters their is not allowed to talk if you go to lotus temple then see that no one is talking to each other in temple their is fully silence.Person will feel fully relaxed. The staff are friendly and helpful and they guide you through the process very well. The place is frequently visited by many tourist and local people every day. Excellent ambience of the pool and the garden is worth enjoying. It is a wonderful place to visit with friends and family and relatives.

  • A Wonderful and unique architectural splendour. A very peaceful place to visit and meditate. It is a house of worship all can visit the place and sit down and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere over there indiscriminate of any cast creed religion and sex.The serenity of the place is divine and one can really enjoy the that. The staff are friendly and helpful and they guide you through the process very well. The place is frequently visited by many tourist and local people every day. Excellent ambience of the pool and the garden is worth enjoying. It is a wonderful place to visit with friends and family and relatives.

  • One of the best please I ever visited. If you want to peace of mind than you can go there and sit for the ten to twenty minutes close your eyes and stop thinking about anything. You feel that you are in the very peace place. Temple structure and the is so amazing and there is also nice outside view. You can spend here one two hour to refresh yourself.

  • Peaceful tourist attraction. The water at the small ponds are not clean. Everything else is fine. Nothing much to watch here. The inside of temple is super peaceful. You can meditate here with ease. Instructor at the queue place was a bit rude to manage the line. nothing much to watch here. Just a small place is accessible.

  • It's the most peaceful place ever! That's all, its beautiful is eternal and the kind of peace you feel once you're inside the temple is tough to describe in words. There's no entry fee, but you can't take chips packet, packed snacks inside. The prayer timings are 10 AM, 12 Noon, 3 PM and 5 PM. It's a small prayer for 10 minutes where they recite some hymns, shlokas, verses from different religious scriptures. It's a spiritual experience. Definitely visit this place if you're in Delhi.

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