‘Akshardham’ means the divine abode of God. The Swaminarayan Akshardham Temple was created by Pramukh Swami Maharaj in 2005 which radiates peace, beauty, divinity, and joy. There are few idols of Hindu gods and goddesses, Shiv Parvati, Sita Ram, Lakshmi Narayan and Radha Krishna in the Swaminarayan Akshardham temple premises. Artistically alluring, spiritually enlightening, culturally poignant, and scientifically amazing. These presentations form a harmonious combination of art, spirituality, culture, and science. They bring into the picture a perfect fusion of ancient values and modern techniques to provide a soul-stirring experience of Universal values and Hindu heritage. Three different halls hold the three exhibits respectively.
Best Time To Visit Akshardham Tempal:
The best time to visit the temple is the winter season, which starts in October and ends in February.
How to reach Akshardham Temple:
Akshardham Temple well connected with the whole country. You can easily reach to the Akshardham Temple. The nearest metro station is the metro station. Form metro station you can easily hire an auto or a cab to reach the temple.
Timings of Akshardham Temple:
Open all days of the week. Except for Monday.
Timings: 09:30AM to 07:30PM
Entry Fee of Akshardham Temple:
There is no charge for entering the complex.
The exhibition tickets are sold between 10:00 AM and 5:00 PM.
For kids below 4 years of age is free of cost for both Exhibition & Musical Fountain.
Rs. 100 for children
Rs. 170 for adults
Rs. 125 for senior citizens
Rs. 50 for children
Rs. 80 for adults
Rs. 80 for senior citizens
Tips for Travellers:
Carry minimum stuff as nothing except wallets, baby food, and other essential items allowed inside.
Consumption of alcohol, drugs, and smoking not allowed inside the temple premises.
Pets not allowed in the temple premises.
Electronic goods like mobile phones, cameras, video cameras, not allowed inside the premises of the temple.
Cover your body from shoulders to below the knees.
Places to Visit Akshardham Temple:
Premvati Food Court
Railway Stations: Hazrat Nizamuddin (NZM) – 6 Km
New Delhi (NDLS) – 11 Km
Old Delhi (DLI) – 10 Km