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Kalkaji mandir is a typical temple flooded with foreigners and natives alike.Situated just 500m from the Kalkaji mandir metro station,the mandir is of prime importance to natives.Hawkers selling food items,offerings to clothes are crowded on either sides ofthe walkway.There has been some compromise on the cleanliness.Simple architecture.Good for one time visit.
Kalkaji Mandir is one of the most important temple in North India. But it lacks basic facilities of clean path ways to reach main temple gate. The pathways are covered with the shops on both sides, with lot of dust, water, garbage. Car parking is in bad shape with lot of garbage. No proper arrangement. I don't find even fool-proof... 更多
Kalka ji mandir is the nice temple of Delhi. it is near lotus temple at nehru place. i suggest to visitor who one come to visit Lotus temple please visit Kalka ji mandir. it is near lotus temple. it is one of the best temple of Delhi.
Temple is at very convenient location, right next to the Metro Station. Just need to take Purple Line metro from Rajiv Chawk metro station, n your are here in 25 mins... by car its very convenient as well..... People, with faith in the Goddess come from far places. The Temple management do the best possible to make the visit comfortable... 更多
Kalkaji Mandir is situated in the south Delhi. Nearest metro is Kalkai Mandir on Violetline. One of the famous temple among devotees.
Its easy to reach temple located at south delhi prime location . Take a metro (VIOLETLINE) & drop at KALKAJI MANDIR METRO station. Temple is walking distance (50 m) from metro station. Even if you wish to drive to temple, there is enough parking space inside temple area or can park vehicle at metro station parking. Weekend darshan can be... 更多
A famous Maa Kali temple, and very popular among delhi-wallahs. Around 100m of walking on a gentle sloping hillock from the aprking area takes you to the temple proper. The cleanliness and crowd management id unsatisfactory. But Mata's grand darshan makes up for it. Tip: Avoid during Navratras (8 days in April before Ramnavmi, and 9 days before Dusshera in... 更多