Delhi boasts Hindu temples in its every nook and cranny, and it is just a delightful thing to notice. The city that shelters modern and world-class facilities secures some of its lands to celebrate the blessings of the almighty in everyday life. Right from the famed Hanuman Mandir in Jhandewalan to the majestic Akshardham in East Delhi, the city is filled with iconic Hindu temples that have eventually become the landmark of Delhi’s postcard image. Thanks to the cultural diversity, Delhi is a welcoming destination that harbours not only the temples where the North Indian worships but it has special places of worship for Hindus of South India as well as east and west. The popular Uttara Swami Malai Mandir in R.K.Puram and Sri Jagannath Temple in Hauz Khas, are a good example of Delhi’s welcoming instinct.
The assorted Shiva Temples, Lord Hanuman Temples, Krishna Temples, Durga Temples, and Vishnu Temples, offer the devotees a chance to seek blessings and get their wish fulfilled. Yes, the city is crammed with Hindu temples that are famous for fulfilling the wishes of those who with clean and pure hearts bring forth their requests. The Kalkaji Temple, which is also one of oldest temples in Delhi is said to be the replica of Vaishno Devi and is visited for fulfilling the wishes of its devotees. The grand complex of Chhatarpur amongst other significant temples in the city is worth noticing, both for its architectural grandiose and that of its divinity that grants the wish of the pleading devotees. The aura of Delhi is also sanctified with the presence of Sai Baba, in the temple whom on every Thursday one can find a large crowd thronging. The sacred Laxmi Narayan Temple of Connaught Place, the Arya Samaj Temple of Janakpuri, The Yogmaya Temple in Mehrauli, ISKCON Temple in East of Kailash, The Bhairo Temple behind Purana Qila, all make for important Hindu pilgrimage destinations in Delhi along with top tourist places in the city to visit.