The lotus temple is open to all people regardless of the religion and comes with numerous glaring positive signs. The place is also one of the most visited places across the world too as cited by CNN. The temple has sacred writings that Bahai Faith teaches. It also has peculiar aspects like delivering sermons; lectures or even fund-raising is forbidden as is the playing of any musical instrument. The temple also has no set pattern that can be followed for worship and is rhetorically one of the common places for all people.
The Lotus temple was opened back in 1986 and has been known as a must visit place for anyone visiting Delhi. One particular thing that strikes about this temple is that there’s solar energy harnessing and much of energy required by Lotus temple is used from it only. It can be easily accessible via road transportation and metro transportation all of which are managed well in the city.
Silence and Respect Must, eatable not allowed
Nehru Place, Delhi - Nearest Metro Station is Kalkaji Mandir (Violet line)
Free | No Ticket
Lotus Temple open at 09:00 AM to 05:30 PM (Monday Closed)
Outside Photography allowed, Inside Photography not allowed