The Hanuman Temple in Karol Bargh is one such place. Situated in the heart of Indian capital city, New Delhi. Karol Bagh's 108 feet Hanuman temple is a unique mix of artistic sculptures and sanctity.
Hanuman is the hero of the Indian classic epic the Ramayana, and symbolises devotion and courage, he is a very popular god in India.
Apart from his endless devout towards Lord Ram the god of enormous strength Lord Hanuman is also known for his unmatched mascularity and intelligence. Hanuman temples are spread all around India with devotees flooding into it for paying homage to their monkey-god.
But this temple is unique both in location (Hanuman towers over the Metro line as you can see in the photo below) and in style.
Located in-between a busy portion of the city, the temple relieves its visitors from day-to-day tensions, healing them towards a relaxed mind. The temple houses a gigantic, 108 feet high idol of lord Hanuman also visible from the nearby metro rail lines.
The temple was built in 1994 by a departed priest Nagababa Sevagir Ji Maharaj with several changes made later on to reach its present form.Real_India, you can ask the team to add this to your sightseeing list of Delhi.