Plan A Visit

Visiting hours

Entry is free.
Open Monday to Saturday.

8:00 am To 12:00 pm
2:00 pm To 5:00 pm

Closed on Sundays.

*The number of people inside the premises is restricted to a maximum of 50 at any given time.

Prayer service

The prayer service consists of prayers and readings from different Holy Scriptures. In order to maintain reverence during the prayer service, the exit door of the prayer hall will remain closed until the prayer service is over. The duration of each prayer service is 10-15 minutes.

Timings: 10 am, 2 pm, 3 pm, 5 pm.

*The prayer hall will be restricted till further notice.

Appointments for group visits

Visitors in groups of 10 who are planning a visit to the Bahá’í House of Worship, may fill this form prior to the visit. 

  • Please make an appointment at least three days prior to your visit.
  • Appointments are not accepted for Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays.
  • Upon receipt of your request, you will be contacted for confirmation.
  • The Temple management reserves the right to cancel the appointment, in the event of any unforeseen circumstances.


The Bahá’í House of Worship is located in the neighborhood of Bahapur in Kalkaji, South Delhi. The DDA parking facility opposite the main gate is available for use. One can reach here by the following means. 

By Metro

The nearest metro stations are

  • Kalkaji Mandir Metro Station, serviced by violet and magenta lines – a 5 minute walk to the House of Worship.
  • Okhla NSIC station, serviced by magenta line – a 5 minute walk to the House of Worship.
From the New Delhi Railway Station
  • The Bahá’í House of Worship is 15.4 km away from New Delhi Railway Station, a distance of approximately 40 minutes by taxi-cab or an auto rickshaw.
  • One can also take the Metro from New Delhi Railway Station by boarding the Yellow line towards Central Secretariat, change to Violet line, disembark at Kalkaji metro station, walk about 500 m and arrive at the Bahá’í House of Worship – Lotus Temple, Bahapur, Kalkaji.
From the Airport
  • The Bahá’í House of Worship is 16.6 km away from IGI airport – Delhi, a distance of approximately 45 minutes by car. One can utilize prepaid cab services at the airport or use private transportation to the location – ‘Bahá’í House of Worship- Lotus Temple’ Bahapur, Kalkaji.
  • One can also take the Metro from Terminal 1 at IGI airport – Delhi, by boarding the Magenta line towards Botanical Garden, disembark at NSIC Okhla metro station, walk 650 m and arrive at the Bahá’í House of Worship – Lotus Temple, Bahapur, Kalkaji.

General Information

Maintain physical distance.

Wear a mask at all times.

Thermal screening will be done at the entrance.

Do not touch the railings.

Wearing of shoes is not permitted in the prayer hall. Shoes can be deposited in the shoe room.

Wheelchairs are available at the main gate on a first come first serve basis.

This is a smoke-free facility.

Washrooms & drinking water facilities will be closed till further notice.

Food and drinks are not allowed on the premises.

Large baggage is not allowed inside the premises.

Photography is permitted, except inside the prayer hall and the Information Centre. Professional photographers require prior permission.

Lost and found department is located at the main office situated at the foot of the main edifice.

The Bahá’í House of Worship was opened to the public in December 1986. Since then thousands visit the House of Worship every day. While the visitors enjoy the peace and the serene environment that lends itself well to meditation, many inquire as to the source that has inspired such a place of worship. As a result the Information Centre was designed for those who wish to know more about the Bahá’í House of Worship and the Bahá’í Faith

The Information Centre is built to state-of-the-art specifications and it provides information on different facets of the Bahá’í Faith in the form of photo panels, written text and films. The centre features a visitor’s gallery. The gallery focuses on the history of the Bahá’í Faith, its philosophy and the socio-economic development activities undertaken by the Bahá’ís around the world. 

The primary objective of such events is to promote unity through arts. In addition, over the years, the Bahá’í community has come to refer to one aspect of its efforts to contribute to the advancement of civilization as participation in the discourses of society. The Information Centre serves as a venue for such ongoing discourses on subjects as the equality of women and men, the constructive role that religion must play in society, the role of media in promoting social betterment and so on organised by the Office of Public Affairs of the Bahá’ís of India.

The Information Centre is open from Monday to Saturday. Visiting Hours from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm & 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm

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