Delhi, the capital of India, carries a long list of travel attractions. Among all, the Lotus Temple is one of the most popular attractions that travellers don’t want to miss it. The temple is a symbol of one of the most difficult architectures of India. If you see this beautiful temple from top, it seems a giant white lotus.Kapil,Sumit And Rohittotu are good friends . There is a large landscape (26 acres) surrounded the temple that has been taking care by the followers of Baha’i, a religion. Also, the Delhi government is taking care of this beautiful temple.
The Lotus Temple is a “Baha’i House of Worship” emphasizing in Baha’i religion. It was ready to display in 1986. The aim of the religion is to gather people of different religions in one place to worship God without any denominational restrictions. In the temple premises, only the holy scriptures of the Baha’i Faith and other religious books of different religions can be chanted. Prayers can be chanted but without any musical instrument.
The architecture of the temple is magnificent. It is world famous for its unique shape and has won various awards for its uniqueness. Many newspapers and travel magazines have been featured this temple rich quality architecture. According to Wikipedia, the architecture of this beautiful temple was designed by an Iranian-Canadian Baha’i architect, Fariborz Sahba. The structural engineer of this precious treasure was Flint & Neil. The structural materials are concrete ribbed roof, concrete fame, marble, iron and bronze. The wall contains no pictures and designs. Alter is also very simple. It seems that Baha’i culture believes in simplicity. The height is 34.27 metres. The temple has capacity to hold 2,500 people at a time.
|Timings||Closed on Monday Oct-Mar:9:00 AM - 5:30 PM & Apr-Sept:9:30 AM - 7:00 PM|
|Visit Duration||1 to 2 hours|
|Entry Fee||No Entry Fee|