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Location of Birla Mandir

 
 
*Laxmi Narayan Temple (Birla Madir) is one of the major historical temples and landmarks of Delhi. It has been build by Birla family during 1933-39. The temple is known as Birla Temple.
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Laxmi Narayan Temple (Birla Madir) is one of the major & historical temples and landmarks of Delhi. It has been build by Birla family during 1933-39. Being constructed and maintained by the Birlas, the temple is popularly known as Birla Temple. It is located on Mandir Marg near Connaught Circus in New Delhi. By virtue of having location at central place, the temple is easily reachable from the city by metro, taxis, auto-rickshaws and public buses.

City:                                      New Delhi

Initiator:                               Birla Family

Year of Establishment:        1939

Primary Deity:                   Laxmi Narayan (Lord Vishnu & Goddess Lakshmi)

Other Deities:                    Lord Shiva, Goddess Durga, Ganesh, & Hanuman

Location:                          Connaught Place

  Preferred Timings:          Open all days, preferably Aarti Time in the Morning & Evening (Prayer)

   Entry Fee:                          No entry fee (Free)

Nearest Railway Station:     New Delhi Railway Station

Nearest Metro Station:     Rajeev chock 

The legendary temple has been inaugurated by Mahatma Gandhi in 1939 and on his special instruction, at that point of time this temple is not restricted for any cast & religion. So, this temple is accessible by all class of people right from the beginning.

Birla Mandir Temple

Important to See
Having more than 20,000 collections, here visitors can find many surprising and stunning art works. Including:

Ritual accessories
Bronze images
Utensils and other items
Ivories
Jewellery
Metal works
Dolls, toys, masks, & puppets
Wood & Stone carvings
Paintings
Terracotta
Cane and Bamboo work

In addition, here visitors can also purchase unique and beautiful items such as clay and terracotta pots, folk and tribal paintings, cane and bamboo works, jewelleries, embroidery bed sheets and cushions, books, and many more.
 
Nearby places of attractions
Around this significant museum, there are many other places where tourists can enjoy equally including Pragati Maidan, Connaught place, India Gate, and many others. Besides, there are many Restaurants and shopping complexes nearby by this museum.




Annual Events

Janmashthami
In the commemoration of the birth of Lord Krishna, the devotees celebrate the festival of Janmashthami. During the festival, the temple is adorned with full of light where thousands of devotees come to worship the deity and celebrate the festival.

Ram Navami
Ram Navami is another festival of Hindu, which has been used to celebrate in the month of April.  This festival is a commemoration of the birth of Lord Rama, one of the incarnations of Lord Vishnu. During this festival, thousands of devotees gather for the worship at the temple.

Architecture
The architecture of the Temple is inspired from the Orissan Style. The temple has tall spires, which looks wonderful. The tallest spire of the temple reaches the maximum height of 165 feet and the secondary spires heighten to 116 feet. Moreover, the outstanding structure of the temple embraces sculptures, tall spires and Jali work that make the temple significant and attractive.

Nearby places of attraction

India Gate, Rashtrapati Bhawan, Jantar Mantar, Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, & Hanuman Mandir

Other Temples in Delhi
Birla Mandir Iskcon Temple Kalkaji Temple
Chhatarpur Temple Kali Bari Mandir Lotus Temple