Welcome back to our photo journey through India. So far, we’ve stood in wonder at the Taj Mahal, explored the spirituality of places like Varanasi, Pushkar and the Golden Temple at Amritsar, braved borders in Wagah, and met a colourful people along the journey.
Now, we take a brief look at Delhi, our original landing point and introduction to India. Unfortunately, we didn’t have too much time to stroll around Delhi but we did manage to visit Humayun’s Tomb and the Tomb of Isa Khan, Lodhi Gardens, The Lotus Temple, and the Gate of India, a wondrous start to what proved to be the journey of a lifetime.
The Lotus Temple, is more formally known as The Bahá’í House of Worship in New Delhi, celebrating the oneness of God, religions and mankind. Anyone is welcome to pray inside the temple and be at peace with themselves. Now, were I religious, this would be the type of temple I could jump on board with.
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