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Malai Mandir, New Delhi

Sector VII, Rama Krishna Puram, New Delhi 110002, India
+91 11 2617 5104
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Sector VII, Rama Krishna Puram, New Delhi 110002, India
+91 11 2617 5104
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Reviewed 5 days ago

I went here with my family friend this temple is just worth looking here you can pray for ganesha brother kartikeya , this temple is a tribute to him only . Name Malai mandir is sound not good , but its sign are good. I...More

Thank Aman_Taneja_LoveTrip
Reviewed 1 June 2017 via mobile

I have been there just for the sake of my family as they advised me that no one come back empty handed from there. So going there was so glad. I loved its internal essence of peace and god. Do visit there.

Thank omram1541
Reviewed 19 April 2017 via mobile

It is a Hindu temple located on Palam Marg near R.K. Puram, New Delhi dedicated to Lord Swaminatha or Lord Murugan or Kartikeya the God of Tamil, Telegu, and Kannada people. The granite stone built temple is located on a small hill, traditional style with...More

Thank tripsmaker
Reviewed 11 January 2017

It's one of the more famous South Indian temples around. Well connected and easily reachable by public transport including nearby Metro. Though I personally feel the management should work more on the maintenance, but you won't regret visiting here.

Thank KapilVijan
Reviewed 26 December 2016 via mobile

It is a very old and very famous temple in munirka area of new delhi. Nearest metro station is Hauz Khas in yellow line which is around 4 km away.

Thank sudipta_heen123
Reviewed 21 December 2016

Malai Mandir is typical South-Indian hindu temple in hill in south Delhi, Ramakrishnapuram, near JNU. It is with usual rush and well connected by public transport. It is like usual temple and is often not in the list of tourist's checklist who want to see...More

Thank Narayani_d1
Reviewed 7 December 2016

Visited the temple built in South Indian architectural style dedicated to Lord Kartikey ,son of Lord Shiv & Parvati . Located on a small hill in the center of the city as name indicates - Malai means hilly . Very peaceful . No crowd ,...More

Thank reemkeshvik
Reviewed 7 December 2016

This is an iconic mandir for South Indians. Has so much culture preserved. Built atop a hill, have to climb a lot of stairs. Very scenic and you will breathe clean, fresh air.

Thank Pratyush_Dixit
Reviewed 29 November 2016

Here normally south Indian people go to worship the god.This temple is situated at top of hill on main road at R.K.Puram in New Delhi.

Thank Sunil K
Reviewed 31 October 2016

Being originally from Chennai; I was initially intrigued when it was recommended to me that I visit the Malai mandir (spelt like Malaai!!) thinking how and why would a temple be named after butter. It was only later that I realized it was a hilltop...More

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5 January 2017|
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Response from Narayani_d1 | Reviewed this property |
Approximately 35-50 steps
16 April 2016|
Response from Pushkin S | Reviewed this property |
This temple has 4 temple inside. Approximately 90 steps to the Murugan Temple.