Top Religious Places on the Golden Triangle Tour

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Top Religious Places on the Golden Triangle Tour

Golden Triangle Tour

You have plenty of opportunities to visit the religious locations along the Golden Triangle Tour in addition to exploring the history and cultural activities. There are several opportunities to visit the religious sites of the Hindu, Jain, Sikh, Christian, and Islamic faiths throughout this circuit. You can include these religious places in your golden triangle India tour packages. Here are listed some most famous religious places on the golden triangle tour you should include in your travel packages.

Golden Triangle Tour Packages with Religious Places

Top Religious Places of Delhi

Jama Masjid Delhi

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In his Shahjahanabad, Emperor Shahjahan constructed this magnificent mosque in 1656. He designated Gaffor Bukhari as the organization's first Imam. Ustad Khalil served as the mosque's principal architect, and about 4500 craftsmen contributed to its construction. It cost close to 10 Lac INR back then. This mosque served as a royal mosque and has an elegant design. You must not pass up the chance to visit this renowned mosque while on your golden triangle tour of old Delhi.

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Lotus Temple

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This is a Baha'i temple constructed in the form of a lotus. It is referred to as Mashriq at dawn in Arabic. Fariborz Sahba created this place of prayer, which was inaugurated in 1986. It has 36-acre in size. The shrine's structure is made up of 27 marble petals that have been carefully clustered together. There are gates on each of the shrine's nine sides that go into the center hall. You will be enthralled as you visit this famous temple during your Delhi tour.

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Akshardham Temple

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Akshardham is actually a temple for God. This temple belongs to the Swami Narayan sect and is regarded as a haven of chastity and eternal serenity. The gardens and sanctum are just a couple of the elements of this temple that represent spirituality. In 2005, this temple was dedicated and was the creation of Pramukh Swami Maharaj. More than 3 Lac laborers created the temple from heavily caved-out stones. By visiting the Swaminarayan temple during your tour of the Golden Triangle, you will have the chance to learn more about this sect and its tenets.

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Chhatarpur Temple

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This shrine to the goddess Katyayani can be seen in south Delhi. This towering building is situated on more than 70 acres of land and is close to Mahrauli. You may easily organize a visit to this temple while taking a tour of the Qutub Minar. Baba saint Nagpal Ji inaugurated this temple in 1974. Your heart will undoubtedly be captured by the temple made of white marble and intricate latticework.

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Bangla Sahib Gurudwara

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On Connaught Place's Baba Kharak Singh Road is this well-known Gurudwara. It was initially the bank law of the Maharaja of Jaipur, Jai Singh. The Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee is in charge of it. Har Kishan Ji, the eighth Sikh Guru, lived here. Raja built a small tank over the well, and its holy water is revered for its piety. You must visit this renowned Gurudwara as part of your Golden Triangle tour if you want to learn about Sikh religious customs. Additionally, you learn about the Langar community kitchen services.

Sheeshganj Gurudwara

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It is located in the historic district of Delhi. Bagel Singh constructed it in 1783 in memory of Guru Teg Bahadur Ji, who was slain by the Mughal king Aurangzeb here. In the temple where he was beheaded, the tree's trunk is still visible.

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Top Religious Places of Agra

The city of the Taj Mahal is renowned for its beautiful architecture and multicultural atmosphere. In the city, people of all religions, creeds, and ethnicities coexist together. As a result, there are numerous religious sites that pilgrims and visitors alike visit.

Manah Kameshwar Temple

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This well-known Shiva temple is located in the bustling Rawatpara market area. The Shiva lingam in the temple is quite old. According to mythology, the four Shiva temples in Agra were constructed by the renowned ruler Bhoj Parmar, a great Shiva devourer.

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Bateshwar Temple

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This is a collection of temples on the Yamuna River's banks that are about 70 kilometers from Agra. A historic fort's ruins can be found here, and Shauripur, a popular Jains destination, is nearby.

St. Mary’s Church

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This well-known Catholic church is located in the peaceful neighborhood of Pratappura. It's Gothic-style construction. You can go to this church or Sunday mass if you're in Agra.

Gurudwara Guru Ka Tal

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While traveling to Sikandra to see Akbar's mausoleum, you might stop by the huge Gurudwara, which is located along NH 24.

Jama Masjid

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This historic mosque was constructed of red sandstone during the period of the Mughals. The largest mosque in Agra, this one features lovely onion-cut dados. This makes it worthwhile to include on your India Golden Triangle itinerary.

Jain Temple of Tajganj

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This Shahjahan-era temple is located in the historic Tajganj neighbourhood. Visit if you want to learn more about Jainism. The manuscripts are old.

Top Religious Places in Jaipur

The majorities of the temples in Jaipur are Hindu and date to the Maharaja era. Along with building forts and palaces in Jaipur, these Maharajas also built and decorated the temples. You can experience a spiritual path of temples that will mesmerize you with their distinct aura when you are visiting Jaipur.

Galtaji Temple

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The center of Jaipur, this well-known religious site is within 10 meters from the city. It honors the saint Galav. The water in Galta Kund, the holiest of the seven natural water tanks in this area, never dries up. Numerous people gather here in Jaipur on the eve of Makar Sankranti. The monk temple is another name for this building. This temple offers a singular view of the Aravali hills and is open from sunrise to sunset.

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Govind Dev Ji

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This temple was constructed as a tribute to Lord Krishna. The Govind Dev temple in Vrindavan once housed the idol from this temple. It was established in Jaipur during the reign of Aurangzeb. It is located in Jaipur's Brahumpuri neighbourhood and is open from 5 am to 9 pm.

Birla Mandir

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Vishnu and Laxmi are honored in this temple. This is located in the center of the city and is surrounded by lush vegetation on all sides. This magnificent temple, also known as the Swami Narayan temple, is located at the base of Moti Dungari.

Pataleshwal Mandir

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This Lord Shiva temple, which is said to be close to 400 years old, was exhumed in 1970. It is located in Malviya Nagar's Rajput colony and is open from 5 am to 9 pm.

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