Explore spiritual & religious Delhi -Day Tour

spiritual delhi tours

Triponary invites you to explore the best of temples like ISKON, Bahai, Chattarpur, Akshardham and many more with our specialized guides.

Detailed Itinerary

Departure: All year round
Price: On request
Activities: Long walks
Meals: Breakfast, bottle of water, Lunch
Trip Type: Group of minimum 4 people
Inclusions: Road transport, all entry tickets
Exclusions: Personal expenses if any

Morning – ISKCON Temple – Bahai Temple – Chattarpur Temple

Your day tour start at 8am. Experience Delhi’s flamboyant Iskcon Temple operated by the Hare Krishna movement. The walls of the temple have been decorated with the works of arts from Russia. The paintings portray different scenes from the lives of deities like Lord Krishan, Radha, the Lord Ram, and Sita. Next we proceed to Lotus or Bahai temple, it is a wonderful place to enjoy silence Styled after a lotus flower it features 27 immaculate white-marble petals. This temple was created to bring faiths together, and visitors are invited to pray or meditate silently according to their own beliefs. After spending time at modern temple we proceed to visit ancient temple of Chattarpur dedicated to Goddess Katyayani. After visiting the modern replicas of famous temples at Chattarpur we turn towards Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, a stunning white marble Gurudwara with golden domes.

Afternoon – Lunch – Akshardham – Birla Mandir

Eat lunch at one of the best local restaurants in the area. Next we visit Akshardham temple on the banks of Yamuna. This temple draws elements from traditional Orissan, Gujarati, Mughal and Rajasthani architecture. Including a boat ride through 10,000 years of Indian history explained to you by animatronic, along with musical fountains. The interior offers an almost psychedelic journey through Hindu mythology with 20,000 carved deities, saints and mythical beings.  Lastly we visit Birla Mandir (Lakshminarayan Temple). Gandhi inaugurated the complex in 1938 as a temple for all castes and the temple garnishes a sign that says, “Everyone is Welcome.” After witnessing the evening Aarti ceremony at the temple you will be dropped off to your hotel.