Akshardham Temple (Delhi) Reviews
Description:Recently opened enormous temple in New Delhi, next to the Commowealth Games village.
Newest Review: ... long trousers for men, long skirts or trousers for ladies and keep those cleavages and shoulders under wraps - remember it's a temple. Alcohol, tobacco and of course any explosives or weapons won't be allowed inside either. I was glad that I'd brought my small camera and not my SLR because I was nervous enough about handing over that and my smart phone. I don't distrust the staff any more ... more
Customer Akshardham Temple (Delhi) Reviews (1)
by - written on 14/09/11, updated on 15/09/11 (Very useful, 90 readings)
~ Never assume you've seen it all ~ I thought I knew all the big attractions in Delhi. I've been so many times that my guidebook has been thoroughly thumbed through and I didn't think it was possible for anything major to have passed me by, but I was wrong because I'd missed the Akshardham Temple. I only 'found' it when I glanced over my sister's shoulder on the flight back to Delhi from Aurangabad and saw an amazing looking building. I grabbed my copy of the in-flight magazine, ripped out the pages and the Akshardham Temple went onto my 'to do' list. I'm ashamed to say that I hadn't even heard of the place although I recognized it as the name of a ... Read the complete review
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