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Lodhi Road Ram Temple in New Delhi – Sri Ram Mandir at Lodhi Road in Delhi

The famous Bhagavan Sri Ram Temple at Lodhi Road in New Delhi, India, is noted for its South Indian temple architecture style. The main murti worshipped in the Sri Ram Mandir is in the form of Sri Rama Pattabhishekam – Coronation of Bhagavan Sri Ram. Thus the sanctum has murtis of Bhagavan Sri Ram, Mata Sita, His three brothers – Bharata, Lakshman, Shatrughna – and Hanuman.
The temple is maintained by South Indians.

When the site was dug for temple in 1968, a small murti of Goddess Lakshmi was discovered from here. Initially, the temple only had a photo of Bhagavan Sri Ram in the sanctum. Later murtis of Sri Ram, Mata Sita and Lakshman were consecrated.

The temple attained fame and popularity after the installation of a 12-feet Lord Hanuman sculpture in 1970s.



The subsidiary deities worshipped in the temple are:
  • Lord Ranganatha form of Vishnu – Srihari Vishnu reclines on Ananthasesha and the murti is a replica of the murti worshipped in the famous Srirangam Temple in Tamil Nadu. Sri Ramanujacharya sits at the feet of the murti.
  • Lord Venkateshwara of Tirumala Tirupati with Padmavati.
  • Ganesha.
  • Navgraha.
  • Saptarishis.
  • Various avatars of Lord Vishnu and
  • Vasudeva Pada Padmam.

Lodhi Road Ram Temple Timings

6:30 AM to 12:00 NOON
6:30 AM to 1:00 PM (on Saturday)

5:00 PM to 9:00 PM
5:00 PM to 9:30 PM(on Saturday)
During winter season the temple closes early in the evening at 8:30 PM.

Contact Details

7,Lodhi Institutional Area,
Lodhi Road,
New Delhi-110 003
Tel No: 91-11-24617690