Akshardham Temple, built on NH 24, is dedicated to Bhagwan Swaminarayan. It was built in a record time of 5 years and holds the Guinness Record for being the world’s biggest and comprehensive Hindu temple. It offers an enlightening journey through India art, culture and traditions.
The temple remains open on all days (except Mondays) between 9.30 AM and 6.40 AM. The entry fee for an adult is Rs.170, for senior citizens is Rs.125, and for children over the age of 4 is Rs. 100.
Mobile phones and photography isn’t allowed in the temple premises.
Chief attractions of Akshardham Temple are : Boat Rides, Musical Fountain, Hall of Values, Lotus Garden, and Giant Screen Film.
Nearest Metro Station to Akshardham Temple in Delhi
The Nearest Metro Station to Akshardham Temple is the Akshardham Metro Station of Delhi Metro (Blue Lines). The Akshardham Temple can be seen from the metro station and can be easily walked to.