Travel Guide: These centuries-old religious places are in Delhi, the capital of India...


You will find many people in Delhi who will proudly say that "they know everything about Delhi", but surely you know very little about some of the offbeat places in the city. And if you are a little into religious things, then you can visit some famous temples of Delhi like Kalkaji Temple, Jhandewalan Temple, and Akshardham Temple. You must have heard of some famous temples for people to visit, but there are some places of worship in Delhi that you may have never heard of before. Let us tell you about those religious places.


Central Baptist Church
This beautiful church in Old Delhi is a gem for the people here. This church located in Chandni Chowk was built by the Baptist Missionary Society London. It was built near the Red Fort only for the propagation of Christianity.

Golden Mosque
If you enter the Delhi Gate of the Red Fort, you will find this mosque right in front. Its gate is beautifully carved and its dome is of golden colour. It was built in 1751 by Ahmed Shah's mother, Qudsia Begum.

Free church
If you're under a lot of stress and want some peace of mind, the Free Church on Parliament Street is a great place to visit. This is one place that you must visit once. You will find beautiful designs, and beautiful gardens all around. Built-in 1927, the church has a large seating arrangement and an open worship space in front.

Zeenat-ul Masjid
Very few people would know about this mosque located in Daryaganj. If you are wondering how this mosque got its name Zeenat-ul-Masjid, then let us tell you that it has been named after the daughter of Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb. In this, you will get to see Mughal architecture. It was made of red stone. You must visit here once.

Gauri Shankar Temple
This temple of Gauri Shankar is about 800 years old. There is a huge crowd of Shiva devotees in this temple of Chandni Chowk. Silver snakes are coiled around his Shivalinga, and behind him, the idol of Gauri Shankar is decorated with gold ornaments.


Fatehpuri Masjid
This mosque located in Chandni Chowk dates back to the 17th century. It was built by Shah Jahan's wife Fatehpur Begum. The architecture of this place is also very spectacular. Quranic verses are inscribed on its walls. If you want some peace then you can go here once.
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