Formally known as Digambar Jain Lal Mandir, it is a great monument to represent the time of old India – the reign of King Aurangzeb. It was built in 1600 A.D. and was established right opposite the Red Fort, Old Delhi. Later it was dedicated to the 23rd Tirthankara, Parashvanath Houses the Birds Charity Hospital. The architecture of the temple avowals great carvings, decorative paintwork that encompasses the main shrine to the Parashvanath.
It is popularly known as Lal Mandir of Digambar Jain religion followers in Delhi built in 1956 with red stone. Though the construction has undergone many modification and alternations throughout this long span of time. Lal mandir tour in Delhi will be an altogether different experience for you.
What’s going on in this hospital?
- Known as charity bird’s hospital they provide an A-Grade emergency treatment to various kinds of birds free of cost. The 100% free treatment center is an undertaking of Lal Mandir. There are different wards for treating those birds kept separate spacious metal cages
- They are enough capable of accommodating 60 birds per day. You can see several research laboratories set for various purposes and birds over there are not even deprived of the facility of Intensive Care Units, interestingly.
- According to the principles of the Jain religion, the birds are given fresh vegetables like carrot, pea, tomato, cabbage, cucumber etc. to regain their health.
- Most of number of patients are found suffering from paralysis caused due to electrocution or getting injury by preying birds like vulture, eagle etc.
Role of the Bird Charity Hospital to the Society
Not just as a center of treatment for birds, Lal Mandir has a very efficient introduction to the present society to bring up social awareness. The activities are truly remarkable to enlighten the sense of constructive environment formation. Bird killing is so prevalent that a large of number of bird communities has been eradicated from the earth, and many more are already in the wake of massive devastation. In this contrary, Lal Mandir is as good as a divine regime for those endangered birds. Residents also can consult specialists to take proper care of their pets respectively.
Though, after treatment the hospital authority never returns the bird to the owner, rather sets it free to the nature. Delhi travel company gives you the best services for sightseeing places in Delhi.