Akshardham - Akshardham is a Hindu temple
'Akshardham' means the divine abode of God. One of the top attractions in Delhi is the Akshardham Temple, which features more than 234 exquisitely carved pillars, nine complex domes, twenty quadrangle spires, and 20,000 statues of Indian spiritual figures.
Best time to visit: All Time
Things to do: Stunning Architecture, Exhibitions, Sahajanand Darshan - The Hall of Values, Musical Fountain
HOW TO REACH AKSHARDHAM
- Flight - There are flights all over India and Abroad that have direct flight to New Delhi Station, closest to Akshardham.
- Metro: The nearest metro station to Akshardham Temple is the Akshardham Mandir metro station itself. The station runs along the Blue Line. Disembark from Yellow Line and interchange at Rajeev Chowk for Blue Line. Take a cab when you are travelling from Indira Gandhi International Airport or interchange at New Delhi metro station and board the Yellow Line only to change again at Rajeev Chowk.
HOW TO GET AROUND
- Bus - Buses also run from New Delhi station and airport to Akshardham Temple. Direct Buses, cheapest option.
- Car/Taxi - Book a cab directly to Akshardham and enjoy the hassle-free drive!
Akshardham Temple is widely famous for its sacred significance all over the world! TravelNags will help you with Akshardham Visit Tips if you are a foodie. There are a lot of tasty Indian Traditional Food available on streets or restaurants, e.g. Dal Kachori, Rajma Chawal, Samosa, Bread Pakora can be labelled as Street Food as well as expensive restaurants dishes.