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Dilli Kali Badi 

Mandir Marg, New Delhi


In 1914, about 4 acres of land was given by L&DO to the Kali Badi committee for development of a temple institution. Apart from the usual temple rituals and ceremonies, it is known to host a large gathering for Delhi’s oldest Durga Puja. Since then multiple buildings were build around it and the condition of these buildings were deteriorating with time.

A rejuvenation Project was split in 3 phases - the first to re-clad the existing temple; the second to house a dining hall, 14 guest rooms, industrial kitchen for ‘bhog’ and dormitories; and the final phase to add additional features of an auditorium, nursery school and a new stage to host Durga puja – the main event of the year.

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