• AKSHARDHAM

    Place To Visit Delhi

    AKSHARDHAM


    Place To Visit


    Delhi

    AKSHARDHAM

    It is thought to be God's heavenly residence on Earth. In addition to being a temple, Akshardham is also a campus of culture and spirituality where a variety of events and exhibitions relating to Hinduism and harmony are organised.



    Why to visit this place

    Akshardham is a collection of temples that is home to eternal holy communion, and it is situated in Delhi, the capital of India. The revered building is well known for its stunning architectural style, heavenly prayers, and devotion.

    The temple is devoted to Bhagwan Swaminarayan and many Hindu gods and goddesses who have had a significant influence on Hinduism. The 2005-built Akshardham temple is home to more than 200 idols representing various gods and avatars.

    In addition to praying, visitors can participate in a variety of Hindu exhibitions that help spread the teachings of Bhagwan Swaminarayan on non-violent actions, prayers, and more.

    One of the biggest draws for crowds is the regular occurrence of water performances on the grounds of the temple. Additionally, there is the Abhishek Mandap, where guests can take part in a variety of spiritual activities.

    • Timing: 9:30 AM to 6:30 PM, All day. 
    • Price: INR 170 (Adults), INR 100 (Children), INR 125 (Senior Citizen).

    More About AKSHARDHAM

    When is the ideal time to visit Akshardham?

    The ideal time to visit Akshardham is between October and November, which is the winter season in Delhi. Visitors can peacefully tour the entire complex during this time because the temperatures are not too extreme. The best time to visit Akshardham is between February and March if you want to experience the area just before the summer season.

    How to reach Akshardham?

    If you use the local taxi or cab service accessible outside the airport, it will take you approximately to an hour to travel the 20 kilometres between Akshardham and Delhi Airport. In addition, visitors can walk to Rajiv Chowk metro station and then ride the metro to Akshardham from Indira Gandhi International Airport. It may take up to 45 minutes to complete the journey. Another inexpensive option is the bus, which can take up to two hours to get from the airport to Dhaula Khan and then Ganesh Nagar.

    Does Akshardham have a dress code?

    Yes. Any clothing worn by visitors that doesn't reach their knees is prohibited. This means that neither men nor women may wear shorts or short dresses. Additionally, short sleeves and tank tops are not permitted within the temple, and if you do, you will be given a shorts cover-up.

    In Akshardham, is food permitted?

    No. Akshardham prohibits the consumption of food and drink. Visitors can eat at a restaurant located just outside the facility. However, if you have any food with you, you must put it in the cloakroom.

    Does Akshardham Delhi permit photography?

    No. Within Akshardham, photography is not permitted. Actually, no electronic devices are allowed on the property.




    Special Tip:

    It is not permitted to use a mobile phone, a camera, headphones, etc. There is a cloakroom where the items can be stored, but the process takes between 30 and an hour because a form needs to be filled out and a picture of the item needs to be taken. Sundays are best avoided to avoid the crowds.




    Location

    Open Time : 10am-6pm

    Entry : paid

    Address : Akshardham, Noida Mor, Pandav Nagar, New Delhi, Delhi 110092, India

    By Aryan Prasad

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