“An architectural delight.”
Lotus Temple is an architectural delight. The whole complex from top to bottom is made of pure marble. Open to all castes and creeds, the temple is an ideal place for anyone who wishes to meditate and pray.
“Build ye houses of worship throughout the lands in the name of Him Who is the Lord of all religions…Then,with radiance and joy,celebrate therein the praise or your Lord, the Most Compassionate. — Bahá’u’lláh
In it’s official you can found when Prayer Hall is Closed.
The House of Worship consists of a central prayer hall, with 9 entrances, symbolizing the oneness of religion and the idea that the teachings of the Messengers or Avataars of God are all ultimately doors to one reality.
Winter (1st October to 31st March): 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Summer (1st April to 30th September): 9:00 am to 6:00 pm
Inr 0.0 (Indians) Inr 0.0(foreigners) Yay! It's true there is no entry fee.
Lotus Temple Rd, Bahapur, Shambhu Dayal Bagh, Kalkaji, New Delhi, Delhi 110019 Nearest Metro Station: Kalkaji Mandir metro station Direction: https://goo.gl/maps/fHcpqpFKv95asf2a6
As Lotus Temple is built in the shape of a floating half open lotus set amidst pools and gardens so it's outer look will also gives you some positive vibes so it would be better if the place is visited during October to March.
How to Reach
- Metro: The distance between Lotus Temple and Kalkaji Mandir Metro Station is only 1.4 KM and cab be reached by Auto. It takes nearly 10 minute to reach there from Metro.
- Own vehicle: Find the Direction via clicking on below link.