14 April 2021

Dwaraka Live Darshan


Dwarkadhish Temple best known as Jagat Mandir. Many people call this temple as Trilok Sundar Mandir. Dwarkadhish temple is a part of the admired Chardham yatra in the Hindu religion. Temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna, the temple is more than 2500 years old and appeals devotees from all across the globe. The main door is known as 'Moksha Dwara" which means Door to Salvation is the North entrance, on the other hand, the south door is known as 'Swarga Dwara' which means Gate to Heaven. On the backside of the door, there are 56 steps, which leads to prominent River Gomati. Placed on the union of Gomati River and the Arabian Sea, the splendid sandstone the temple has 5 floors, braced by 60 columns and has stunning wonderful artifacts. The temple is also the 108th Divya Desam of Lord Vishnu. On top of this temple is a flag with a sun and a moon on it, which is changed three times a day. The existing structure of the temple was created around the 15th and 16th centuries.

Bileshwar is a small village in Ranavav taluka in Porbandar in Saurashtra Gujarat and it is a place for devotees of Shiva who visit the Bileshwar temple here. It is said that Lord Krishna meditated on Lord Shiva and offered leaves of the Bili tree for seven months. Lord Shiva appeared and granted him his wish of obtaining the Parijat tree in order to please Satyabhama. Lord Krishna is said to have established Lord Shiva her and called him Bilvadakeshvar. The locals have deep faith in Lord Shiva here and fairs are held here in the month of Shravan and on Shivratri, which is the right time to visit Bileshwar. Travel from here to Bagwadar on Khambhalia Road in Porbandar and you will come across the Bagwadar Sun temple, which is unique in that it haslnine planet temples around the main one which is dedicated to Surya dev. 15. Mallinath Temple, Girnar

Dwaraka Rukmini Temple is dedicated to Idol Rukmini, the partner of Lord Krishna, Rukmini Devi Temple is a trivial temple, which is relatively popular for its beautiful artifacts and two of its beautifully -designed panels. On one panel, there are Naratharas or human sculptures and the other one has Gajatharas or elephant the vile. The innermost sanctum of the temple has the idol of the Goddess along with th Lord. It is said that the temple was built around the12th century. The partitions of the Rukmini temple are decorated with stunning paintings, portraying various events of Godc Rukmini with the Lord. It is round 1.5 km northwards of the town. Ideal for: All- Couple, Group, Solo, Family Ideal trip duration: 1 day Weather: 22° C Timings- 05:00 AM - 12:00 PM and 04:00 PM - 09:00 PM Entry Fee: Free



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