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Chhoti Dadabari Jain Temple, New Delhi


Special Cover on 400th Anniversary of Chhoti Dadabari Jain Temple, New Delhi issued on 15th November 2014.

Chhoti Dadabari Jain Temple located in South Extension-II, Masjid Moth, New Delhi is an example of modern Jain architecture in India.




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