Swaminarayan Akshardham in New Delhi embodies 10,000 years of Indian culture in all its magnificent grandeur, beauty, knowledge, and pleasure. It perfectly captures the essence of old Indian architecture, customs, and eternal spiritual themes. The Akshardham experience is an illuminating trip through India's wonderful art, ideals, and contributions to mankind's growth, happiness, and peace. It is named after Lord Swaminarayan. Akshardham is the World's Largest Comprehensive Hindu Temple, according to the Guinness Book of World Records.
The stunning architecture of the Akshardham temple was unveiled in November 2005. The temple's whole construction was erected without the use of steel and has 234 finely carved pillars, 9 gorgeous domes, 20 rising towers, a plinth of stone elephants known as the Gajendra Pith, and sculptures of prominent Indian sadhus and spiritual leaders. The building of the mandir is a mix of pink stone and white marble, and it is one of the city's most popular tourist spots.
The Akshardham Temple is famous for its beautiful architecture. It contains eight ornately carved mandapams, and its walls are adorned with ageless Hindu teachings and extravagant religious traditions. The centrepiece, Lord Swaminarayan's Murti, as well as 20,000 deities, prominent individuals in Indian history, and sages, highlight the essence of Indian architecture, customs, and everlasting spiritual concepts.
The Akshardham complex has India's largest step well, which hosts a mesmerising water display, as well as an open garden, Narayan Sarovar, and different excursions and rituals. The compound is nothing short of a spiritual haven.