Whenever we heard the name of Dwarkapuri Dham, our mind creates a king-size image of Lord Krishna. Located in the western state of Gujarat, the city of Dwarka is one beautiful tourist spot. Dwarka is also known as the kingdom of Lord Krishna. The history of this city has many relations with the history of this country and its rich. The city of Dwarka is a symbol of beauty and peace.

Settle on the western shore of the Okhamandal Peninsula, on the Ghat of the Gomti River. Dwarka has been a religious haven for the people.

What’s In The Name?

The name “Dwarka” has a meaning, which is “The Gateway Of Heaven.” Dwarkapuri Dham is one of the Char Dham Yatras (The Four Holy Hindu Pilgrimage Sites). The people have been visiting these sites every year in the number of thousands or even lakhs. Some people believe that if you ever visit all the Dhams in your lifetime, then you attain Moksha.

Other than being a holy spot for all the faith-hearted, Dwarka is also a great tourist destination for all kinds of people. The city is full of beaches, great artwork, beautiful sceneries, and more. One time visit is a must to this city full of joy and love.

Impact Of Lord Krishna In Dwarkapuri Dham

Everyone knows that Lord Krishna is the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu. The significance of the Lord imposed its influence over history and time equally well. According to the legend, Lord Krishna settled in the city of Dwarka after killed his uncle Kansa as the ending point of the prophecy. You can notice the cultural impact in the traditions of Dwarka, introduced by Lord Krishna back then.

Places To Visit In Dwarkapuri Dham


The Dwarkadhish Temple

The Temple is the most hallowed place to visit in the city. Dwarkadhish Temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna, and the shrine is around 2500 years old. It includes the Chalukya style of engineering—a detailed five-storied primary hallowed place upheld by 60 sections and elaborate carvings on the outside. You would be amazed to see the black-stoned sculpture of Lord Krishna inside the shrine. There are different temples devoted to the family members of Krishna, similar to that of Subhadra, Balaram, Vasudeva, Rukmini, and Revathy.

What’s The Best Time To Visit The Temple?

The best time to visit the shrine is at the festival of Krishna Janmashtami. The celebration of Lord Krishna’s birth is one of a kind expirence for those who celebrate Krishna Janmashtami in Dwarkadhish Temple for the very first time.

Gomti Sangam Ghat

You have to take 56 steps from Dwarkadhish Temple to bring yourself down to see the scenic view of Gomti Sangam Ghat. Located beside the Gomti river, the ghat is a great place to take morning sun showers and the evening breeze. Many people believed that this river is the daughter of The Great Hindu Sage “Vashist.”

The spot where the Gomti river meets the sea is known by the name of Gomti Sangam. The place is considered to be a holy place.

Devottess from all around the world come to this place with one wish in their heart. To wash away all the sins of their life by taking a single dip into the holy water of the Gomti river. You can also worship goddess Gomati in her shrine, located near the ghat. The shrine of the goddess is known as Samudra Narayan Temple. The shrine is famous for its Panchanada Tirtha or five sweet water wells.

Nageshwara Temple

Dedicated to Lord Shiva, Nageshwara Jyotirlinga is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas of God Rudra. There are still many questions on the origin segment of the Nageshwara Jyotirlinga. However, thousands of people visit this shrine every year to worship Lord Shiva with all heart and devotion. The main attraction of the shrine is the giant sculpture of Lord Shiva. Which grabs your attention from far away and makes you addicted to it.

The architectural beauty of the temple from the outside is absolutely mesmerizing. The best time to visit the shrine is on the occasion of Mahashivratri when everyone celebrates the festival of Lord Shiva.

Bhadkeshwar Mahadev Temple

Situated at the highest point of the hill in the middle of the Arabian Sea, Bhadkeshwar Mahadev Temple is one the most beautiful temple in all of Dwarka. Even though it’s a small structure, but the location of this temple is full of beautiful views and eye-catching surroundings. One can easily find its way from the cost to the shrine, except in the condition of high tides, when routes get submerged. You will have one of a kind experience by simply attend the Mahashivratri festival with thousands of devotees.

Beyt Island

Beyt Island is 30 km away from the city of Dwarka. You will land at Beyt Dwarka-a little island on the mouth of the Gulf of Kutchh. The island of Beyt marked to be the head port for this area. The island is full of old Hindu temples, beaches with white sand, and coral reefs. Which highlights the charm of the land. In the land of many temples, there is one temple, dedicated to Lord Hanuman and his son, Makaradhwaja. The temple is famous by the name of Hanuman Dandi Temple. There are other numerous shrines on the island in the name of Lord Vishnu, Lord Shiva, and more.

Dwarka Beach

Dwarka Beach is a place where the sand meets the Arabian sea. The beach creates a line that merged the beautiful land of Dwarka with the sea. The beach is a great spot for all the tourists to remove their stress and refresh themselves. It is a perfect place to enjoy sunrise and sunset.

The Light House

How many lighthouses have you seen in India? The answer will be low or no in numbers. Lighthouses have always been a topic of curiosity and excitement. Of course, a lighthouse is not what you perceived from this topic, but still, a lighthouse is more than a signal-throwing building.

There is no spooky story about this lighthouse that can give you enough chill, but you can enjoy the beautiful panoramic view of the city from a 40 feet high tower.

When And How To Go? The Dwarkadhish Dham

Time To Visit

There is not a particular time to visit the Dwarkadhish Dham. The city is perfect for tourists for 365 days straight. But if you want to dig deep down for that, then the month of November & December will be the best.

Means Of Transport For Dwarkadhish Dham

By Road

By road, Dwarka is well connected to every major city in India.

Cities Name Are-

  • Mumbai
  • Surat
  • Nadiad
  • Ahemdabad
  • Gandhinagar

You can avail of local transport easily to reach your destination within the city. Bus service, autorickshaw all are available to avoid time & money wastage. And don’t forget to bargain.

By Flight

The closest airport to the city of Dwarka is Jamnagar, which is 127km away from the town. From the airport, you can easily get a taxi and bus at your convenience.

By Train

The city of Dwarka has a railway station connected well to all major cities in India. The government has introduced trains especially for touring purposes to the city.

  • Dwarka Express (Okha To Guwahati)
  • Gorakhpur -Okha Express (Gorakhpur To Okha)
  • Uttaranchal Express (Okha To Dehradun)
  • Saurashtra Express (Mumbai Central To Okha)
  • Okha-Jaipur Weekley Express (Okha To Jaipur Junction)

Therefore, as per your comfortability, you can choose any means of transport from above. Or you can drive yourself to Dwarkapuri Dham if you like it.


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