Places of Worship Self-guided Tour in Delhi, Delhi

Delhi has plenty of magnificent religious sights done in various architectural styles. The beautiful architecture reveals the intensity of religious experience of centuries gone by. The erected temples and mosques are engraved with inscriptions, on marble and stone, that bear testimony to their holy character. Visit the most famous mosques and temples in Delhi in the next self-guided tour.
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Places of Worship Self-guided Tour in Delhi Map

Guide Name: Places of Worship Self-guided Tour in Delhi
Guide Location: India » Delhi (See other walking tours in Delhi)
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Sightseeing)
# of Attractions: 7
Tour Duration: 4 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 10.4 km
Author: victoria
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Mata Ki Mandir Temple

1) Mata Ki Mandir Temple

Mata Ki Mandir is a small, but beautiful Hindu Temple in Delhi. If you decide to visit Mata Ki Mandir, you should know that you can not enter the temple if you are under the influence of...   view more
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Yusuf Sarai Gurudwara

2) Yusuf Sarai Gurudwara

Yusuf Sarai is a traditional Gurudwara in the Green Park community, Delhi. There you can admire beautiful architecture and small but amazing sculptures. It also offers a small...   view more
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Nili Masjid

3) Nili Masjid

Built in the early 16th century, Nili Masjid is one of the most important mosques in Delhi. This masjid was constructed by a nurse named Kasaumbhil. It is located inside the Hauz Khas enclave on the road that connects Aurobindo Marg and Khel Gaon Marg. The mosque was built under the supervision of Sikhander Lodi

Nili Masjid is decorated with blue tiles. Nili means blue and hence the name. You will find verses from the Quran inscribed on the walls of the Masjid. Though only the remains of the...   view more
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Jagannath Temple

4) Jagannath Temple (must see)

Jagannath Temple is located in Green Park on Aurobindo Marg, New Delhi. This temple was constructed by the Oriya people whose favorite God is Jagannath. There is a world famous Jagannath temple in Orissa. The Oriya Community in Delhi built this modern Jagannath temple to fulfill their spiritual needs. The temple features huge idols of Lord Jagannath, Lord Balabhadra, Subhadra and Sudharshan. These idols were brought from Puri, Orissa.

This temple is famous for its Rathyathra festival held...   view more
Sight description based on wikipedia
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Begumpuri Masjid Jahanpanah

5) Begumpuri Masjid Jahanpanah

Located near Aurobindo Ashram on Sri Aurobindo road in Begampur near Delhi, Begampuri Masjid is one of the largest mosques in the city. It was built by Khan-i-Jahan, the son of Firuz shah’s Prime minister Muqbal Khan in the 12th century. The mosque today stands to remind us of the famous Begampur. It once served as an administrative center, a place of worship and a madrasa. Now only a handful of people know about this mosque.

Begumpuri Masjid was built with grey quartzite and mortar, which...   view more
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Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque

6) Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque

Built by Qutb-ud-din Aybak in 1180s, Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque stands tall, majestically reflecting the Ghurids style of architecture. Many rulers including Iltumish and Alauddin Khalji contributed towards the expansion of this mosque. The mosque was built with the stones from demolished Jain temples. Mud and brick were also used in the construction.

As you enter the mosque, you will be fascinated by the intricately carved ceilings. The beautiful courtyard lined by stunning pillars on either...   view more
Sight description based on wikipedia
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Yogmaya Temple

7) Yogmaya Temple

Yogmaya or Jogmaya temple is located near Qutb complex in New Delhi. Yogmaya is the sister of Lord Krishna and she is the main deity of this temple. It is believed that the temple was built by the Pandavas after they won the Krukshethra war. It was renovated for the first time by Lala Sethmal during the period of Akbar II.

Yogmaya temple is located within the walls of Lal Kot, which is the first fortress castle of Delhi. The temple houses the idol of Yogmaya made of black stone. A well made...   view more

Walking Tours in Delhi, India

Create Your Own Walk in Delhi

Create Your Own Walk in Delhi

Creating your own self-guided walk in Delhi is easy and fun. Choose the city attractions that you want to see and a walk route map will be created just for you. You can even set your hotel as the start point of the walk.
A Unique Shopping Experience in Delhi

A Unique Shopping Experience in Delhi

Delhi is a very important trading centers with plenty of bazaars and shops selling all kinds of things. Carpets, jewelry, saris, beautiful handicrafts, cloth and shoes at good prices are sold all over the place. Traditional goods are available here too: spices, saris, ceramics, accessories, bags, dresses for women manufactured from silks. Take the following tour to enjoy shopping at the following attractions.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 4.8 km
Chandni Chowk Walking Tour, Delhi

Chandni Chowk Walking Tour, Delhi

Chandni Chowk is probably one of the most famous areas in Delhi. It is located in Old Delhi and offers everything from architecture, religious buildings, museums and galleries, and famous restaurants and shops. Take this walking tour to discover the most famous tourist attractions in Chandni Chowk.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.8 km
New Delhi Walking Tour

New Delhi Walking Tour

New Delhi is India's capital and one the most famous tourist destinations in the country. There are some amazing temples and mosques, unique parks and gardens, and spectacular museums to be visited in this city. This walking tour will lead you to some of the most famous tourist attractions in New Delhi.

Tour Duration: 3 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 6.4 km
Museums Tour in Delhi, Part II

Museums Tour in Delhi, Part II

India's numerous museums are very interesting attractions reflecting the ancient history and lifestyle in the past. Famous museums preserved rich heritage of the Indian culture, phenomena and facts. An extended range of the displayed collections witness recording of interesting events and relate to various stages in the history of this delightful country. Do not miss to visit these unique attractions!

Tour Duration: 3 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 8.1 km
Museums Tour in Delhi, Part I

Museums Tour in Delhi, Part I

Indian museums preserve the cultural heritage of the country and are visited by people from all over the world. They are like cultural gateways and precious warehouses, stocking treasures and antiques and various historical objects. Take the following tour to discover the most celebrated attractions and have a memorable experience!

Tour Duration: 3 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 8.1 km

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