New Delhi – Akshardham (DELHI TRAVEL GUIDE) | Episode# 9
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New Delhi – Akshardham (DELHI TRAVEL GUIDE) | Episode# 9

October 12, 2019


Hipfig Travel Channel offers DIY Travel
Video Guides for more than 25 cities in Asia, US, and Canada. If you like this
video then subscribe, give us a thumbs up, or comment Welcome to Hipfig’s Video Guide Series on New Delhi In this DIY video, we will show
you the Akshardham Temple. We will share how to get there by Delhi Metro Railway and what to
see once you arrive. The Akshardham or the Swaminarayan
Akshardham complex is a Hindu Mandir or what we call a temple complex, and the
largest one in the world. It’s dedicated to Bhagwan Swaminarayan who was born in 1781 and died in 1830. He was a great sage of Hinduism To get to the Akshardham by Delhi Metro Railway Take the Blue line towards Noida City
centre exit at Akshardham metro station Once you exit the Akshardham metro station, you should be able to see the temple. Turn right towards the Akshardham and
follow the signs The Akshardham is open from Tuesday to
Sunday and is closed on Mondays. First entry is at 9:30 a.m. and the last entry is at 6:30 p.m. Entrance to the Akshardham is free except for the evening water show and exhibitions . Before arriving, please dress appropriately as per the Akshardham clothes policy. Make sure your clothes
cover the shoulders , chest, navel, and upper arms: and pants, shorts, dresses are at least knee length. You can borrow a free sarong with a refundable deposit.
Your deposit will be returned when you return the sarong. Electrical devices
like cameras, mobile phones, and bags like purses or backpacks are not allowed
in the complex. A cloak room is available to deposit your things but to be safe
don’t bring anything important that you cannot fit in a pocket. Before entering
the complex, there’s a security check There’s a separate line for men and
women. You will pass through metal detectors and will be frisked by
security personnel thus, the separate lines. The beauty of the Akshardham is worth the extra hassle. Due to the video policy of
the Akshardham, we were not able to take any pictures inside. Go to the Akshardham’s official website or go to hipfig.com for the links to the official pictures and videos. This attraction will take two or more hours depending on your interest
and the security line. Happy Travels Go to hipfig.com. for more information or
go to our Hipfig Travel Channel on YouTube and be sure to subscribe for
regular updates.

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