It is a temple dedicated to India’s most loved half human and half monkey God. A visit to this temple is a must for every religious soul as Lord Hanuman is regarded as the epitome of sacrifice, devotion, bravery and loyalty. It is an ancient Hindu temple built by Maharaja Jai Singh and is said to be one of the five temples present from the Mahabharata days in Delhi. Experience inner peace as you hear the continuous chanting of the mantra ‘Sri Ram, Jai Ram, Jai Jai Ram'. It is also a shopper’s delight as one can buy colourful bangles, accessories, artifacts and also apply traditional mehndi (henna) at very reasonable prices.
Bangla Sahib Gurudwara #DelhiWithTheLalit
This is the most prominent Sikh Gurudwara or the Sikh house of worship. It is instantly recognizable by its stunning golden dome, a Sarovar and a tall flagpole - Nishan Sahib. The ‘langars' or the ‘community meals' are the best way to get a taste of Sikh hospitality.
Laxmi Narayan Temple #DelhiWithTheLalit
Also called the Birla Mandir, it is a temple built in honour of the Hindu Goddess of Wealth, Laxmi and of her consort, Lord Vishnu – the Preserver in the Trimurti. It is a temple with many shrines, fountains and a large garden. The architecture of the temple is inspired from Orissan architecture. The temple has tall spires and it looks magnificent raised in red sandstone.
Sacred Heart Cathedral #DelhiWithTheLalit
The Roman Catholic Church of the Sacred Heart was designed by Henry Medd. Influenced by Italian architecture, the facade of white pillars, supporting the canopy looks beautiful and attractive against a dark brick background. The interiors look grand and lavish with their towering curved roof, polished stone floors & broad arches.