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Digambar Jain Temple

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Opposite Red Fort | Old Delhi, New Delhi 110002, India
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Reviewed 9 August 2018

The oldest temple in Delhi, it is a must see place for any visitor of Delhi. The community which believes in non violence is very conscious of removing the suffering of human beings , animals and birds . The bird hospital treats thousands of birds...More

Thank AmolakRattanK
Reviewed 9 April 2018

I had visited this temple during my vacation in Delhi. This is the oldest Jain temple in Delhi and is located directly across the road from the Red Fort in the historical Chandni Chowk area. This is a beautiful temple built out of red sandstone....More

Thank Kaushik G
Reviewed 27 February 2018 via mobile

Also known as Lal Mandir, this Jain temple was build in mid 16th century. The wall paintings are quite intriguing. There is also a bird hospital in the vicinity.

Thank KumarS1263
Reviewed 23 June 2017 via mobile

We went to the temple after seeing the Red Fort which is directly across the street. This area is very busy and congested area, so the peace and quiet of the temple and courtyard was very nice. The temple is very unique with many alters....More

Thank Kenny C
Reviewed 20 August 2016 via mobile

I have visted this place many times. Really very holy place and perfectly managed by the temple management. Its an very old and holy place of Jain's. Its just opposite to red fort and nearest metro is chandni chowk

Thank SumitJ340
Reviewed 14 April 2016

A very beautifully built temple in old Delhi. Very nice architectural building. One can spend some time here in peace.

Thank Shilpamittal
Reviewed 1 April 2015

Delhi has been a centre of Jain Religion from ancient times & the Digamber Jain Temple opposite the Red Fort is one of the oldest constructed in 1658.This Temple also known as `Lal Mandir`is on the Netaji Subhash Marg in Chandni chowk.Since its construction it...More

1  Thank MARGDARSHI
Reviewed 24 February 2015

This beautiful Jain temple, built when Chandni Chowk was built by Shahjehan in the 17th century is right opposite world famous Red Fort. Its architecture is superb and you can see artistic carvings in the stone on pillars and arches. The ceiling of the main...More

2  Thank SatyendraGarg
Reviewed 6 March 2014

The Digambar Jain Temple is opposite the Red Fort along Chandni Chowk. Connected to it is the Charity Bird Hospital where complimentary care is provided for injured or sick birds. The Bird sanctuary is also open to the public. Jains believe in the sanctity of...More

3  Thank BostonTravelers00
Reviewed 15 September 2013

When entering the temple a guard told me I wasn't allowed to go in with my leather handbag. Rather than handing it over to a complete stranger I told him I wouldn't bother visiting and then he said I could go in anyway. I had...More

3  Thank Gracie G
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