Best time to visit4pm 6pm
Open hours9:00 AM 7:00 PM
Things to doSpend time detoxing your mind and soul in the peaceful atmosphere of the temple.The best way to reach the temple is by metro. The nearest station is the Kalkaji Metro Station.
Best MonthsSeptember - May
Contact+91 99117 88187
Traveller TypesFamilies, Friends, Couples
Rank14 out of 370 attractions in New Delhi
Also known as the Bahai Temple, it was built by a Persian architect named Fariborz Sabha in the year 1986. The temple is built in the shape of a lotus, which is a universal symbol of peace. This temple is open to all no matter what religion you belong to. Anyone who seeks inner peace is sure to find a magical feeling here. The temple is spacious and can hold 2500 people at one time. It has 9 doors that lead to a common central hall. The temple is made up mainly of marble blocks and dolomite. This gives it an even more peaceful look. The motto of the Bahai religion is creating unity among people of the world and welcoming each person who wants to leave behind the bindings of religion and caste. The design and architecture of this temple has been appreciated worldwide among all other Bahai temples in the world. There are also beautiful pools with crystal clear water inside the temple. It feels that the temple has certain therapeutic qualities that can heal a person suffering of stress and inner disturbance.
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Bahai Temple of Worship. Worth Visiting because of the architecture and if you want a moment of peace.
Lotus Temple: a splendid lotus-shaped temple a bit like the Sydney Opera House. This is a house of worship where one venerates all prophets, all religions, but especially where the principle of truth, unity and world peace are put forward (no restaurants nearby).
I headed to Lotus temple for some Bahai teachings. This was one place where even though hundreds of people were there, pin drop silence was maintained. Such is the power of the place. This is where one can sit and meditate and the walls are adorned with Bahai teachings.
The famous Bahai Temple situated in Kalkaji is a place of utmost silence and peace. It's architecture is such that all rays converge at a point to create a divine atmosphere. One's wishes are said to granted here for the power that lies in the Lotus shaped construction. Many concerts are held within the premises for the sound of music multiples the energy levels of the people present and the area in and around the temple.
One of the greatest masterpieces of the Persian architect Fariborz Sahba and standing as a symbol of peace, purity and and love, the Lotus Temple is one of the must visit tourist places in Delhi. It is a bahai temple where people of all faith and religion can come and visit and is also structurally in the shape of the lotus flower magnifying its elegance and beauty.
It is built in the shape of a lotus and is also known as the Lotus Temple. It is made of pure white marble. The lotus was chosen as a symbol common to different faith like Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism and Islam. It represents that people of different faith can worship or meditate here.
The Lotus temple is similiar to the shape of a lotus and hence looks amazing at night due to the lights lit. It is made of white marble and the temple believes of the unity of all religions. The ponds and gardens here are very attractive and relaxes your mind and heart.
Lotus Temple: This famous temple is also known as the Bahai Temple. It looks like a lotus and looks really nice at night. People from all religions are welcomed to visit the place. It is a great place to have a picnic as the gardens and the ponds are really calm and quiet. It remains open from 9 am to sunset. You should visit it if you ever visit Delhi.
From there we move to the Bahai Lotus Temple. There was a huge queue outside the temple complex and it would take at least an hour to even enter the premises. Having visited such temples before, we take a hunch that there wouldn’t be anything worth missing within it (which later turned out to be right). So we look for spots and gaps in the trees surrounding the complex to click a few pics.
The temple is utterly beautiful from the outside - a huge white lotus floating above the city. Try getting there weekend morning and you'll see festive dressed Indian girls in vivid saris of all colors. Don't be shy to ask for a pic together! Moreover, you'll be asked to pose a gazillion of times at a family portrait, with someone's child or teenage boys who'll definitely tell their friends you've hooked up.