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Akshardham Temple, New Delhi in Delhi

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New Delhi is a city known for its grand monuments, architectural wonders and heritage buildings. Akshardham Temple at New Delhi is aworld famous temple showcasing Indian heritage. It is a monument depicting the spirit of Indian tradition, spirituality and architecture. The temple is dedicated to 10,000 years old Indian culture and tradition. A visit to the temple is an informative experience of Indian values, ancient arts and contributions to the development of humankind.

The Akshardham Temple was constructed in just five years with the selfless endeavour of 11,000 artisans and volunteers. The temple was envisioned by Pramukh Swami Maharaj of the Bochasanwasi Shri Akshar Purushottam Swaminarayan Sanstha (BAPS).  The temple has its share of fame as the' World's Largest Comprehensive Hindu Temple' declared by the Guinness World Record.

The temple reflects numerous facets of Indian heritage through the main temple, exhibitions, beautiful gardens, musical fountains and various attractions. The temple is famous for Nilkanth Varni Abhishek and exhibitions showcasing human values, discovering India and Indian culture. The musical fountain in the evenings is another major attraction of the temple.


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