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Top 4 Places to visit in Dwarka Nowadays

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Dwarka and Somnath are two of Gujarat's most popular religious attractions, and both cities are known for their wildlife sanctuaries, bird parks, historical sites, and religious temples. This is the finest 4 Places of Dwarka, Somnath Temple, and Sasan Gir via Porbandar and Diu.

  1. Dwarkadhish Temple

Dwarkadhish Temple also known as the Jagat Mandir, is a Chalukya styled architecture, dedicated to Lord Krishna. The town of Dwarka has its history dated back to the Kingdom of Dwaraka in Mahabharata. The five storied main shrine is grand and marvelous in itself constructed of limestone and sand. The 2200-year-old architecture is believed to be built by Vajranabha, who constructed it over the land reclaimed from the sea by Lord Krishna. Book Luxury hotels Near Dwarkadhish Temple with Hawthorn Dwarka.

2.   Nageshwar Jyotirlinga

Nageshwar Temple situated in Dwarka is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas in India. It is located on the route between Gomati Dwarka and the Bait Dwarka Island on the coast of Saurashtra in Gujarat. Also sometimes known as Nagnath Temple, the main deity here is Lord Shiva, also known as Nageshwar Mahadev. According to the Shiva Purana, those who pray at the Nageshwar Jyotirlinga become free from all poisons, snake bites and worldly attractions.Unlike other Nageshwar Temples, the statue or the Linga here faces south. A major highlight of Nageshwar Temple is the massive 80 feet tall statue of Lord Shiva. The temple itself is characterised by typical Hindu architecture. Book Luxury hotel and resort in Dwarka for your Luxury stay in Dwarka.

3.   Rukmani Temple, Dwarka Overview

An ancient tale of separation, the Rukmani Devi Temple is located about 1.5 km from the Dwarka city centre. This 12th-century remnant carries out some evident architectural marvels of the time through its mural carvings and other structures.The Hindu mythical story behind this temple begins with Rukhmini Devi and her husband Lord Krishna, picking up the sage Durvesha for dinner. On the way, Rukhmini Devi stopped to quench her thirst at the Ganges, with the help of her husband.Known to be short-tempered, Durvesha Muni was quite enraged when she did not offer him any water. Thus he summoned Rukhmini Devi to be separated from Lord Krishna. Therefore, her temple lies at the outskirts, while Lord Krishna's temple is within the Dwarka city.

4.  Dwarka Lighthouse

Dwarka Lighthouse situated about 2 km from the Dwarka city centre, the Dwarka Lighthouse is a 43-meter tower. The Dwarka Lighthouse is not only a great sunset viewpoint, but the structure itself adorns an impressive architectural style. Find a Best Hotels Near Lighthouse Dwarka.

With a former oil-lamp version launched in 1866, the modern light-bulb Dwarka Lighthouse was installed between 1960 and 1962. Launched on the 15th of July, 1962, this light tower was opened by the transport minister of the time, Mr Raj Bahadur.

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