The place where Guru har kishan, the eighth Guru of the Sikh faith, lived when he visited Delhi in 1664. This the place where you can feel peace, calmness. Tourists are fascinated by their disciples, these things make them to visit there again & again. You also loved there Parshad (halwa) & langar, which is made in desi ghee. Mostly Punjabis visit Gurudwara and there holy book is ” Sri-gru Granth Sahib” it has very peaceful and pleasing ambiance, which attracts everyone.
Location:-Near GPO (General Post Office, Hanuman Road Area, Connaught Place, New delhi.
Built by swami narayan sect, the main temple in huge as well as extremely elaborately carved, and has idols of the saints of that sect along with other sanatan dharma gods and goddesses.
The temple is so fascinating that now a days it become a popular place to visit, especially for foreigners. And you can also watch out the movie of swami narayan life journey and a fountain show happen with lightings, which has been start in evening. There is garden, which has some historical figures.
Location:-Noida Mor, Pandav Nagar, New Delhi
The Jama MASJID at the centre of shahjhanabad is the largest mosque in India. Originally called the masjid- I – jahanuma, or the mosque commanding a view of world, the Jama MASJID is now known by its more contemporary & modest rendering as the Friday mosque. Mostly visited by the Muslims and they worship through there holy book Quran And also read namaj 5 times a day.
LocationMeena Bazaar, Jama Masjid, Chandni Chowk
This very popular temple where originally built by Raja man Singh of Amber in the 16th century. The temple, has been rebuilt and renovated several times. This temple mostly visited by Hindus and there is a day in a week “Tuesday” when you can see the rush, which shows the faith and trust of people on god, still in 21st century people come for worship.
The oldest part of the temple was built in 1764, several Renovation were made in 19th century . The entire temple is made up of white marble and granite tiles. All around the temple their are dhramshallas, which are still used by pilgrims and travellers.
Location:-Ma Anandmayee Marg, NSIC Estate, Okhla Phase III, Kalkaji, New Delhi
6. Sis ganj Sahib
Built In 1675, the ninth Guru of the Sikh teg Bahadur. Delhi has so many gurudwaras which become a place of attraction for travellers and it’s a place to feel peacefulness.
Location :-Chandni Chowk Road, Near Red Fort, Old Delhi,
7. Gauri Shankar Mandir
Right next to the digambar Jain Mandir in chandni chowk . This is the temple of Shaivite. Inside the temple are idols of shiva, his consort Parvati and their two sons, Ganesh & karthik, the main deities of the Shaivite. The temple is popular among Indians.
Location:- Near digambar jain Mandir, old Delhi.
8. Fatehpur Masjid
Located at the western end of chandni chowk, the Fatehpuri masjid was built by Fatehpuri Begum, one of the wives of Mughal emperor Shahjahan. This is one of the important Mosque of shahajhanabad.
9.St. Stephens Church
Stephens church, of the Church of North India , was built in 1867. It has beautiful stained glass windows and a tall bell towers. Delhi associated with St Stephens including colleges and the hospitals as well as Church.
Location:-Fatehpuri, Church Mission Rd, Katra Ghel, Khari Baoli, Chandni Chowk,
10. Nilli chhatri Mandir
At first glance there isn’t much to the nilli chhatri mandir, a little ahead of the main yamuna Bazaar area off the ring road and yet , it certainly a lot more popular than the newer temples and the salimgarh fort that surround and dwarf it. Starky blue in its appearance. The temple is very modast and has very modast shivaling.
Location:- On old Bridge road, a little ahead of the main yamuna Bazaar area.
11. Dargah of Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya.
The Sufi saint Bazaar nizamuddin Auliya. He was born as Muhammad and at the age of 25 he settled in Delhi. Thousands of people visit their every week and on Thursday night there is some special performances happens such as qawallies and Sufi songs, folk dance which makes the ambiance energetic.
Location:- Boali Gate Rd, Opp The Lodhi, New Delhi,
12. Sai Baba Mandir
This is dedicated to the sai baba of Shirdi, whose religious and social teaching reflected a unique eclecticism, being open to people of all faith. The temple is packed with devotees on Thursday evening for the puja.
13.Digambar jain Mandir
Standing massively opp. the Red fort, & at the head of chandni chowk , this is also known as the Lal mandir, is the oldest shrine in delhi. There so many festival celebrated such as Mahavira Jahangir, partisan, Samavatsari, Diwali..
On Friday evening there is special arti happen.
Location:- Chandni chowk, old Delhi.
14.Kali Bari Mandir
This temple has a special place in the heart of Delhi’s Bengali Hindu community. This temple has a beautiful idol of Kali, the war- like Avatar of goddess Durga. The temple has a huge pipal tree growing from within it, which pierces through its roof. So many people tie a thread on the trunk of tree when asking for goddess blessings.
Location:-West of connaught place, Near metro station R.K ashram marg.