Dwarkadhish Temple

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Dwarka is a town in the Indian state of Gujarat that is home to the Dwarkadhish Temple. This temple was constructed in the 15th century. It is one of the four Hindu pilgrimages that are easily accessible by daily buses. Dwarka’s main temple, located on Gomti Creek. Jagat Madir and Trilok Sundar are other names for Dwarkadhish Temple. Lord Krishna is honoured at this temple. Dwarkadhish and the ruler of Dwarka are other names for Lord Krishna. This temple, also known as Nija Mandir or Jagat Mandir, features a five-story structure supported by 72 pillars. Dwarakadheesh is Lord Vishnu’s 108th Divya Desam on the subcontinent.
The first temple was built by Vajranabh. He was Krishna’s great-grandson. Dwarka was located on the banks of the Gomti River. The existing temple was built in the 15th century in the Chalukya style. The temple’s highest summit stands at 51.8 metres.
History
The Dwarkadhish Temple is supposed to have been established by Vajranabh, Lord Krishna’s grandson, 2500 years ago, although the current temple was built in the 16th century. When the Lord returned to his celestial domain, it is thought that Dwarka was submerged in the sea. The Dwarkadhish temple was created in the Chalukyan architectural style. According to legend, Lord Sri Krishna created this city after leaving Mathura. Today, we have lost the Dwarka created by Sri Krishna, but we have a Dwarka city located in the Indian state of Gujarat on the Arabian Sea’s western coast.
Attractions around Dwarkadhish Temple
Temple of Nagesh war Jyotirlinga
Temple of Nagesh war Shiva
Gomti Ghat
Bhait Dwarika
Rukshamanee Mandir
Badkeshwar Mahadev Mandir
Gita Mandir
Gopi Talab
Sideshwar Mahadev Mandir
Somnath Temple
Timings
The temple is open from 7:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the morning and from 5:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. in the evening.
October to June where the best season to visit Dwarka.

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