Gurudwara Bangla Sahib (Sikh Temple)
* The temple is friendly, inviting and comfortable compared to others because no one will ask for money, donation etc.
* Your belongings are same in deposit room and you can walk around come back and find them safe
* Has pool of water outside, facility for dinning, medical facility and Sikh band inside playing drums and singing.
* Take metro to Patel Chowk then take about 15 minute walk along Ashok Road and you will reach the back side of the temple.
* The temple operates on day hours and the price is free.
* It is a 42 meter tall monument built in 1931 in Delhi to honour Indian soldiers for memorial of war.
* It is respected by Indian people and has under it is a flame that lit continually.
* When you get to central secretariat you will take 30 minute walk, you see it on day hours and is free of charge
* It is a public park that is scattered with the ancient Mughal tombs and structures
* The park is large and people are able to enjoy picnics, an inspiration for artists with fresh air and an exploration of 500 year old tombs
* It is really cool and operates on day hours with a free price
* Take a metro to Khan Market station and then walk for 30 minutes or jump into an auto rickshaw to Lodi Gardens
Laxmi Narayan Mandir Hindu Temple
* It is also referred to as Birla Mandir and was opened by Mahatma Gandhi making it famous and the main tourist attractions site.
* Here foreigners have special little room to leave their belongings
* It operates between 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. daily and getting there you take an auto rickshaw from Sikh Temple for 40 INR
Hauz Khas Complex
* It was known as Hauz-el-Alai historically and included mosque, many tombs and an important water tank
* The water was made to store water to help during dry season and building was done in 1300’s
* It is used nowadays as a public Delhi park where student go and sit on ancient stones and tombs.
* Looking where you can stay when in Delhi the south Delhi is a perfect place to go
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