Laxminarayan Temple, Delhi

Lakshmi Narayan Mandir has been built magnificently although with a modern touch. The Temple is adorned in the interiors with beautiful carvings depicting the scenes from mythology. There are Numerous Hindu symbols and quotes from the Gita and the Upanishads ornament the temple walls. There is also highest Shikara (tower) in the temple which soars to an altitude of 165 ft, while the ancillary one which is about 116 ft. facing east and standing on an elevated platform.

Birla Mandir of Delhi also enshrines the holy Vedas. The main shrine is dedicated to Lord Narayan and Goddess Lakshmi, while the smaller ones to Lord Shiva, Lord Ganesha and Lord Hanuman and Goddess Durga. The Laxminarayan Mandir remains open on all days of a week and visiting time is 7 am-12 am and 2 pm-9pm. The best time to visit Delhi is between February and April or from August to November. Many International scholars usually come here to learn about the Hindu religion and for the time, they usually stay in the guest house of Birla Temple.

Attractions Name

Laxminarayan Temple, Delhi

Spend Time

1 to 2 hours

Best Time To Visit

All Days


06:00PM to 09:30 PM

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