Akshardham Temple, New Delhi

One of the most popular and amazing tourist attractions in the Indian nation is Akshardham temple. Known for its beauty and wide area Akshardham has several attributes that defines the existence and motive of human. Destiny of humankind along with universe details comprises the history of Akshardham temple. Researchers do not call this place only as temple as it is the place of enlightenment, education and entertainment. The entire area of Akshardham spreads over 23 acres and it includes parks, rides, lakes, sculptures and shrines flooded over the complete area of temple. All these things collectively describe the entire experience of India’s rich heritage and culture. Akshardham temple history devotes its existence to Lord Swaminarayan and has its inspiration from Pujya Pramukh Swami Maharaj. Thousands of people and volunteers have invested their money and service to establish this miraculous architecture of Akshardham that explores the rich culture of religion.

The followers of Lord Swaminarayan work over here by spreading and enhancing the flavor of spirituality and devotion with complete peace of mind. This monument based on authentic and modern techniques present the perfect impression or imprint of Indian architecture with religious culture. The architecture comprises of pink sandstone that comes from Rajasthan. More than thousands of these exclusive stones are carved with historical imprints that narrate the rich culture of India through pictures and carvings. The artists and builders have not used cement or metals like steel so that monument lives for years to come.

The history of Akshardham temple suggests that there are about 93 pillars that are sculpted and more than 40 windows having carving from either sides that allows patterns to look outstanding. The carving done on pillars and the walls of temple are actually poetic and looks wonderful in narrating the aura of devotion towards the culture. This particular temple has its name in the book of records in world, Guinness and it includes all the basic amenities and features that allow offering a prayer. Akshardham Temple history is available on stores and internet for the people having interest in this religious monument. The temple does not ask you to follow particular God rather it just asks people to pray their mentor or teacher that is to whom they owe their existence. All these theories by Lord Swaminarayan were compiled together and the place called Akshardham came in to origin. People here come to practice self-peace of mind and soul as per historical aim of this temple.

The akshardham mandir is known for its historical importance and the devotees of lord Swaminarayana find this place an ultimate heaven for them. The akshardham temple is a well managed attraction for the people coming across the distant corners of the world and especially for those who look for the eternal solace. Visitors all across the world come here to witness the awe- inspiring beauty of this alluring sight and the akshardham temple noida will offer you a lifelong experience. There are plenty of exhibitions and live shows taking place in the akshardham mandir auditorium through which one can learn the facts about the akshardham temple. Not only the akshardham temple noida but its incredible beautiful gardens, lawns, fountains and ponds are also really very impressive.

The akshardham mandir is one of the esteemed parts of the Guinness Book of World Records and this is a world famous modern temple with all the high end amenities needed to offer prayer. If you want to feel the real essence of eternal spirituality, unending devotion then the akshardham temple is some of the best places on earth. The akshardham temple noida has extensive area coverage with the good parking facilities. The security efforts for akshardham mandir are highly stringent and surpassing it is not possible. You can find the akshardham temple as a story teller reciting the magnificence of ancient Indian architecture of Swaminarayan akshardham temple noida.

Facts And Figures

  • Opened 6th November 2005
  • Constructed by Bochasanwasi Shri Akshar Purushottam Swaminarayan Sanstha (BAPS)
  • Inspired by HH Yogiji Maharaj (1892-1971 CE)
  • Created by His Holiness Pramukh Swami Maharaj
  • More than 300,000,000 volunteer hours went into making the complex
  • Over 8,000 volunteers from across the world participated in building it
  • Mandir built from intricately carved sandstone and marble
  • Exhibitions on Hinduism, including Bhagwan Swaminarayan's life and teachings such as prayer, compassion, and non-violence
  • Open gardens, water bodies and step-well styled courtyard

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