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"Universal Worship"

India is a known as a country of numerous religions and communities and this Bahá’í House of Worship is a symbol of religious tolerance and respect. Built in 1997 in the shape of a white lotus, the magnificent temple is made of 27 marble white petals rising at an elevation of 34.27 metres (112.4 feet). It is surrounded by nine crystal blue pools of water and lush green lawns. The image, thus formed, of a white lotus floating in water is simply breathtaking. This building welcomes worshipers, believers and non-believers from all over the country and the world, regardless of religious orientations, and it strives to create a peaceful and all-welcoming space. Thousands of tourists flock everyday to admire this mammoth lotus structure. It is reported to be one of the most visited buildings in the world. The information center on-site provides great insight into this emblematic religious and architectural symbol.
Lotus Temple Road, Shambhu Dayal Bagh, New Delhi, India, 110017
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"Universal Worship"
India is a known as a country of numerous religions and communities and this Bahá’í House of Worship is a symbol of religious tolerance and respect. Built in 1997 in the shape of a white lotus, the magnificent temple is made of 27 marble white petals rising at an elevation of 34.27 metres (112.4 feet). It is surrounded by nine crystal blue pools of water and lush green lawns. The image, thus formed, of a white lotus floating in water is simply breathtaking. This building welcomes worshipers, believers and non-believers from all over the country and the world, regardless of religious orientations, and it strives to create a peaceful and all-welcoming space. Thousands of tourists flock everyday to admire this mammoth lotus structure. It is reported to be one of the most visited buildings in the world. The information center on-site provides great insight into this emblematic religious and architectural symbol.
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