Dar-e-Meher, also known as Fire Temple, is a Zoroastrian temple located near the Delhi Gate in New Delhi
. This rectangular shaped temple has doric columns at the entrance. The sculpture at the square projection at the top of the building depicts the sacred fire.
The main temple contains a large prayer room, two separate rooms for men and women and an inner sanctum known as kebla. Kebla has a pot where sandal wood sticks are burned to give rise to the perennial fire.
Parsis are only allowed to enter the temple. There is a courtyard in front of the temple, where traditional marriages are performed.