The Jagannath Temple in New Delhi is dedicated to the Hindu God, Jagannath. Built by the Oriya community, the temple is located in Hauz Khas and is best known for its Rathyatra festival, which is attended by thousands of devotees each year.
Jagannath Temple’s iconic white architecture is a tourist attraction in itself. Not to be confused with the ancient Jagannath Temple in Puri, the Jagannath of New Delhi is a modern temple that attracts devotees from all over the city and beyond. Delhi’s Jagannath Temple even accommodates pilgrims and other visitors who travel from far and wide to worship here. As some journey for days on end, the temple offers these pilgrims a place to stay and rest.
The Jagannath Temple is located in Hauz Khas in New Delhi and is open to visitors daily from 4:30am to 1:30pm and again from 4 to 10pm.