A holy church with a picture-perfect ambience! What else do you need? It is a beautiful church made with white marble with vast space to accommodate a lot of people. You can explore a lot nearby at tourist spots and destinations, making the most of your trip to Mizoram.
The Temple area accommodates 2,000 people within the main hall and ten thousand people within its courtyard. The main building has twelve main doors, three doors each on one side, corresponding to the other side. The faces of the Temple exactly face South, North, East, and West. Above the porch, on all four sides, there are tall pillars, carrying Seven David’s stars representing angels/messengers of the Seven Churches of Revelation (Rev. 1:20). On each of the pillar, a picture of the Cross of Jesus Christ and the emblem of the Holy Church is embedded.
The church was founded by Dr. L.B. Sailo. He stated that, “In the year 1991, God had shown me Solomon's Temple in my dreams. I never thought of Solomon's temple ever before, nor had any dream of constructing it, but when I was clearly shown in 1991, as soon as I woke up, I wrote down the temple as I saw in my dream.” A piece of land was purchased in the eastern part, but due to the inaccessibility, lack of transportation facility and the inadequate size of the land acquired, the site was purposefully relocated. The location is on the western side, 10 km away from Aizawl, the capital of Mizoram state in India. The foundation stone was laid on 23 December 1996.
Mizoram State Museum. This is an ethnographic museum which is particularly famous for displaying a variety of collection. In this museum, you will be finding a total of five galleries which are Textile, Ethnology, History and Anthropology and even Natural History. And visiting this place you will be spell-bound by the vast collection in the said categories.
Durtlang Hills. Visiting the Durtlang Hills is just simply a delightful experience for the tourists and travellers. These hills provide you with an amazingly breathtaking view of the city. Furthermore, this place is also quite famous as a trekking destination among tourists and travellers alike. One should definitely visit this place.
Mangakahia Lang. This is fundamentally a stone memorial which has been constructed in the memory of Mangkhala. He was one of the significant chieftains of the Ralte tribe. This stone’s height is around 5 m and was constructed in 1700 AD.
The Tomb Of Vanhimailian. This tomb is also dedicated in the memory of a chieftain of the tribe whose name was Vanhimailian. This place has been situated at a distance of around 191 km from the Aizwal.
The Khawnglung Wildlife Sanctuary. This place is an absolute visit with your loved ones. If you are travelling with your family, then you should not skip this place. It has been located at a distance of around 170 km and is situated at an altitude of around 1300 m.
The summer season would be the most suitable time to visit Solomon’s Temple.
By Air - There are regular flights to Aizwal from all the major cities. So, the connectivity via flights is quite good.
By Road - The overall connectivity via roads is also quite good. So, if you are planning a trip to Solomon’s Temple then that should not be an issue for you.
By Train - The nearest railway station is located in Bairabi and from there you will have to take a cab or perhaps arrange a bus.