Dwarkadhish Temple, Jamnagar
Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
Combine spirituality and history at Dwarkadhish Temple. Believed to have been built by Krishna’s grandson Vajranabha, the temple is over 2,000 years old with minor alterations done during history. Supported by 72 pillars, the structure has two entrances: the main north entrance Moksha Dwara, meaning door to salvation, and south entrance Swarga Dwara, meaning gate to heaven. Admire the architectural style of the 5 story temple whose spire rises to be 78 m (255 ft) tall, and enjoy the view of the intricate ornaments added by different dynasties throughout history. Work out when and for how long to visit Dwarkadhish Temple and other Jamnagar attractions using our handy Jamnagar itinerary builder.
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Situated on sea shore of Arabian Sea and Gomti River the place features very ancient and old temple of Lord Dwarkadhish. The divine and holy experience after entering this place is just awesome. Must ... read more »
Nice&clean temple .1km from temple .mobile phone not allowed in temple. No dresscode.opposite to gomati ghat
Jai DwarkaDhish!! This come as one of the temples which is a part of Char Dham. A beautiful place and well managed by the trust. One should not take anything else apart from tulsi mala inside the temp... read more »
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