Explore some of the most prominent temples of Old and New Delhi on a private full-day tour with your own guide and vehicle. Visit Akshardham Temple (Hindu), Gurudwara Bangla Sahib (Sikh), Lotus Temple (Bahai), and ISKCON (Hare Krishna) to learn more about several different spiritual faiths in India. See stunning architecture, gardens, temple art, and watch an aarti ceremony at ISKCON. You'll also have time for shopping at the markets, and lunch at a recommended restaurant.
Private guided tour of temples in Delhi
Visit Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, the largest Sikh temple in Delhi
Start your tour with morning pickup at your hotel and a comfortable ride through Old and New Delhi in a private vehicle.
Travel first to Akshardham Temple, the largest temple complex in India. Opened in 2005, Akshardham features a fascinating combination of grand temple architecture, and extensive grounds with theme park-style interactive displays that depict Hindu legends.
Continue to Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, one of the most important Sikh houses of worship in Delhi. After a look around the temple, large pond, and art gallery, take a break for lunch at a local restaurant.
After lunch, visit the Lotus Temple, which is built in the shape of a lotus flower, with a central prayer hall that appears to open up to the sky. Founded in 1986 as a Bahai house of worship, the white marble ‘flower’ sits on a 26-acre (10.5-hectare) of landscaped grounds with gardens, pools and sandstone walkways.
Go shopping with the help of your guide to find great clothing, textiles, jewelry, leather goods, and more. Delhi has many market areas, each with its own ambiance.
Your final temple stop takes in the extravagant ISKCON (International Society for Krishna Consciousness) temple, opened in 1998 by the Hare Krishna devotees. The enormous temple complex boasts high-tech exhibits based on the Bhagavad Gita (a classic Hindu scripture), and an evening Aarti (light) ceremony that you can witness.Your tour ends with a drop-off at your hotel.
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, Nov 2017
Der Weg ist weit. Ich habe vergessen einen Rollstuhl zu bestellen. Der Tour Guide war super.