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7th house of worship of Baha’i: Lotus Temple

The Lotus Temple is a Bahá’ House of Worship that was established in December 1986 and is situated in Delhi, India. It has grown to be a well-known attraction in the city and is notable for its flower-like form. The Lotus Temple is open to everyone, regardless of religion or any other prerequisites, just like all other Bahá’ Houses of Worship. The structure is made up of 27 freestanding, marble-covered “petals” that are grouped to create nine sides. Nine portals open into a central hall with a height of a little over 34 meters and a seating capacity of 1,300 people. The Lotus Temple has received multiple architectural honours. The temple’s construction was overseen by an architect by the name of Furiburz Sabha. This temple has a total of 27 marbleclad petals that are free-standing, and the building is made of white marble. It has nine sides and from the central point, the temple has a height of over 40 meters. This gorgeous Lotus temple can hold a total of 2500 people. This temple does not serve any one particular deity

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