Open Time : 10:00 AM to 04:30 PM
Entry : free
Address : Chawlhhmun, Aizawl, Mizoram, India
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Why to visit Solomon Temple
The Solomon Temple is a white marble temple that is totally encircled by foliage on the western outskirts of Aizawl. The temple is 3,025 square metres in size and contains four towers, each with a crown. The seven Stars of David have been imprinted on the four pillars on the borders. Among the locals, the temple holds great significance.
Kohhran Thianghlim, which translates as 'The Holy Church' in English, built Solomon's Temple in Aizawl, Mizoram. Dr. L.B. Sailo started the church in 1984. The Temple area has a capacity of 2,000 people in the hallway and 10,000 people in the patio. It's a 180-foot square site with 180 feet on each side. The Temple building's inside is also square.
The temple is nearest to the Ramhlun bus stop.
FAQ on Solomon Temple
What restaurants are close to Solomon's Temple?
David's Kitchen, Cook n Roll, and Hi Five are some of the neighbouring restaurants.
Where can I stay near Solomon's Temple?
The Annexe Homestay (1.17 km), Hotel Regency (3.03 km), Hotel Floria (2.95 km), David's Hotel Clover (2.95 km), and ZRS Homestay (2.30 km) are all located near Solomon's Temple.
What are some of the local attractions surrounding the Solomon Temple?
KV Paradise, Mizoram State Museum, and Khawhpawp Falls are all close attractions.
Is there a charge to enter the church?
No, there isn't a fee to visit the church.
You are allowed to take photographs within the temple, but you must first obtain permission from the authorities. Due to prayers, the Church is packed on Sunday. Also, when within the holy location, maintain silence.
By Mehrosh Shamim
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