Lotus Temple
location_on Kalkaji
4.0
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Facilities
Age Group
3 to 60
Key Attractions
Daily prayers are held at 10am, 12pm, 3pm & 5pm which consist of some section from the holy books of all regions i.e. Bhagwat Geeta, Quran Shareef, Bible and Buddhama.
Visit Duration
1 to 2 Hours
Indoor/Outdoor
Both
Days & Timings
April-September - 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM
October-March - 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM. Closed on Monday & National Holidays.
Tickets/Entry Fee
No Entry Fee. On prior request, 15min special movies on spiritual education for school kids.
Photography
Allowed
Food & Water Facility
- No canteen in the premises. Drinking water is available.
Restroom Available
Yes
Parking
Yes
Differently-abled/Stroller friendly
- Ramps for wheelchair are available at the venue.
about

The baha'i Temple is the latest of seven edifices raised in different part of the world. With its shape akin to a half open lotus, this house of worship is popularly known as Lotus Temple. This is surrounded by nine large pools of water that not only enhance the beauty of the Building also works as a cooling system of prayer hall. An adjunct of the main building is its ancillary building which houses, offices, conference hall, library and audio-visual room.

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+911126470526,+911126444029
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Address
Lotus Temple Road, Nehru Place, Bahapur, Kalkaji, New Delhi DL IN - 110019   Kalkaji   Nearest Metro Station: Kalka Ji (Violet Line)
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  • May 24,2015
     
  • Rare Combination of architectural marvel and spirituality
    May 03,2014
    I visited this temple last year after gap of good 25 years. When I last visited 25 years before, it was only spectacular structure for me. But this time apart from architectural marvel, I could also enjoy spiritual element. The inside ambiance is not as good as outside but still worth a visit. Insid... 
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    Mar 27,2014
    One of the few restaurants in town which still have a resemblance to the true oriental cuisine they are supposed to serve The Chilly chicken and the ginger chicken, both are marinated separately giving them an absolute mind blowing experience. It’s also one of the rare places which makes the chic... 
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