As per this pandemic, everything is shut down in New Delhi. But for future reference and knowledge, here are some religious places to visit when you're in Delhi:
1. Akshardham Temple
one of the most popular Hindu temples in Delhi that is visited by many tourists all through the year, has more than 200 idols of Hindu Gods. It is spread in a large area of land and you may not be allowed to carry your camera or mobile phone inside the temple. In the evening, laser show takes place which makes the temple look more spectacular.
Nearest metro- Akshardham metro station on Blue line. 2. Chattarpur Temple
The Chattarpur Temple is dedicated to Katyayani form of Goddess Durga. The temple shows South Indian architectural style. The best time to visit this place is during navratri as you can witness the most beautiful sight of the temple.
Nearest metro- Qutub minar metro station or Chattarpur metro station. Both on Yellow line 3. Jama Masjid
Jama Masjid is one of the oldest and largest mosques in Delhi as well as in the entire country. It is usually called Masjid-i Jehan Numa. It was built between 1650 and 1656 by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. The mosque is made of white marble and red sandstone and has three huge gates and two high minarets of 40 meters. It has a capacity to accommodate more than 25000 people.
Nearest metro- Jama masjid metro station on violet line. 4. Bangla Sahib Gurudwara
This Gurudwara is dedicated to Sri Guru Nanak Devji, the first Sikh Guru. The location where this Gurudwara is built is the same place where Sri Guru Nanak Devji used to camp. It is believed that Sri Guru Nanak Devji used to offer drink as well as food to the hungry and thirsty at this place and even today you'll get one of the finest prasad and langar there. It leaves you in awe.
Nearest Metro station- Rajiv Chowk metro station on blue line(15mins away from Gurudwara)