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Religious places of Delhi, India

Religious places of Delhi, India

  Jama Masjid of Delhi, India – Largest mosque of India

Jama Masjid is one of the largest mosques not only in Delhi but in India and this architectural building was built by Shah Jahan in the year 1658. The Mosque has three gateways, four angle towers and two 40 m high minarets. Before entering the mosque you have to keep in mind that you should be properly dressed and your shoes must be taken off. If you wish to have a bird’s eye view of Delhi you can also go to the top of minarets.

   The Bahai Temple of Delhi, India

Bahai Temple is the temple where devotees of any faith are free to visit the temple and pray or meditate silently according to their own religion. The temple is completed in 1986 and is positioned amidst pools and gardens. The temple is in the shape of a lotus so it also famous as the lotus temple. The temple looks stunning just before twilight when the temple is flood lit.

   Nizam-Ud-Din Shrine of Delhi, India

Nizam-Ud-Din Shrine is the tomb of the famed Sufi saint Nizam-ud-din Auliya which is on the way to Humayun's tomb. There is a tank within the premises of the shrine which is surrounded by many other tombs. Whether the tank should be built or not for this there was a controversy between the rulers of Tughlakabad and the saint. The saint had said that the city of Tughlakabad will never flourish and so did it happen. The shrine also has the tomb of Amir Khusru and the grave of Jahanara, the daughter of Shah Jahan. Thursday is the best time to visit the shrine and around sunset because that is the best time to worship and also you can enjoy qawwali by the qawwali singers’ because after the evening prayers they start performing.

  Lakshmi Narayan Temple of Delhi, India

Situated in the west of Connaught Place the beautiful Laxmi Narayan temple was built by G. D. Birla in 1938. Also famous as Birla Mandir the temple is devoted to the goddess of wealth and good luck. The temple has well implanted gardens.

   Iskcon Temple of Delhi, India

Built on a hilly place and devoted to the Lord Krishna the compound of temple was completed in 1998. The temple was built by the Hare-Rama Hare- Krishna religious group. The temple is constructed sophisticatedly and is one of the largest temple complexes in India. Robert who enacts and preaches “the Gita” is in present scenario the main attraction of the temple.

   Chattarpur Mandir of Delhi, India

Chattarpur mandir is a temple devoted to Goddess Durga is situated further the Qutab Minar in Mehrauli. The temple is built in South Indian style and the compound of the temple is spread over a large area with beautiful lawns and gardens. The temple is visited throughout the year but during the Navratras a large number of devotees from far off places come to visit the temple.

   Gurudwara Bangla Sahib of Delhi, India

Gurudwara Bangla Sahib , one of the most prominent Sikh Gurdwara is situated in New Delhi and is built as an ideal consummation of Sikh values with a view to bestow the human race with a symbol of hope for a better future. The Gurudwara has a very important place in the heart of thousands of devotes who visit the Gurudwara with a belief to get closer to a satisfied lifestyle.

Before its existence the Gurudwara Bangla Sahib was originally a bungalow of Raja Jai Singh, an Indian ruler. It was only in 1783 Gurudwara Bangla Sahib came into existence in as a symbol of benignant of Guru Har Krishan Sahib Ji, who was the eighth guru of Sikhs, and who served the downtrodden during the epidemic of 1664.

From far place only you will be able to view the Gurudwara because the dome of Gurudwara Bangla Sahib is embellished with gold with a flagpole with the symbol of Sikh group; this very first site of Gurudwara Bangla Sahib is completely attention-grabbing. The Marble floors of the Gurudwara paved the way for the devotee to the prayer hall and a typical ritual in Sikh community in the form of a kitchen or langar hall located within the premises of the gurudwara is for serving food by the volunteers, for one and all. Apart from this the Sikh community is also engaged in offering various services in the form of higher secondary school, library, and hospital in return of the blissfulness showered by the god on their children.

This wonderful experience of eating food in the territory of god with dream music playing in the background is an unparallel experience that can't be missed by any individual living on this planet. It is one of the best places of worship in Delhi.

   Sisgunj Gurudwara of Delhi, India

Gurudwara Sisgunj situated in Chandini Chowk with beautiful golden domes instantaneously strike your eye. It is built in the honor of the ninth guru of the Sikhs; Guru Teg Bahadur's who was beheaded by Aurangzeb in 1675. From time to time the Gurudwara has been renovated and so it’s difficult to tell exactly about the original structure as the original structure is not anymore. People from all over the world visit Delhi for the sightseeing of religious places of Delhi.

   Lajpat Nagar Market :

the central market in Lajpat Nagar is famous for its cheap and best readymade apparels.

   Sarojini Nagar :

The market is famous for its designer and latest fashion clothes along with handicrafts and other consumer durable goods. It is located in South Delhi, near Chanakya Puri. Sarojini Nagar is famous among young generation because of its trendy clothes and fashionable items.

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