A Visit to Lotus Temple Historical Monument

Lotus Temple

Lotus Temple is the remainder of seven Major Bahai’s sanctuaries worked the world over which is finish in 1986 it is set among the rich green arranged patio nurseries.

The structure is made from white marble and the designer Furiburz Sabha have picked the lotus as the image basic to Hinduism, Buddhism, Bhai Jainism, and Islam.

Around the temple, there are nine pools of water, which light up, in characteristic light. It looks terrific at when the sun is risings and sunset.

The Temple is a striking building wonder celebrated for its special lotus structure is a standout amongst the most visited landmarks on the planet. This is a non-religious temple.

Lotus Temple-Front View
Main View of Lotus Temple

No religious content is prohibited inside the temple and Inside the Temple taking videos or photo is prohibited.

Night Light View – Lotus Temple

The most effective method to Reach the Temple

Nearest Metro station Kalkaji or Nehru Place after that when you exit from the gate No.2 after that you can take rickshaws and walking distance between Kalkaji metro station to this Temple is hardly 400-500 meters.

Best Time to Visit this Temple

Winter is the best time to visit the Temple – October to March. It is ideals time to visit this temple you can prefer to visit at those months.

Lotus Temple- Non Religious Temple
Lotus Temple- Main View

Section Fee and Visiting Time Of this Temple

Opening time of the temple during winter seasons.

October to March- 9:30 am to 5:30 pm and its opens from Tuesday to Sunday

Opening time during summer.

April to September- 9:30 am to 7:30 pm and its opens from Tuesday to Sunday.

You can also watch a short film which starts from 10:30 am and end at 5:30 pm it’s all about 20min which described the about Temple history and other pieces of information, and most its free entry for all the visitors.

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