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Dwarkadhish Temple Darshan Timing

Dwarkadhish Temple Timing:

Dwarkadhish Temple Timings at Dwarka are mentioned below:

Dwarkadhish Temple Timings:

Morning : 6:30 AM to 1:00 PM

Evening: 5:00 PM to 9:30 PM

Dwarkadhish Temple Darshan Timings:

Mangala Darshan – 7:00 AM to 8:00 AM

Shringar Darshan – 10:00 AM to 10:30 AM

Aarti Darshan – 10:45 AM

Gwala Darshan – 10:55 AM

Shringar Darshan – 9:00 PM to 9:20 PM

Stuti Darshan – 9:20 PM to 9:30 PM

Dwarkadhish Temple Aarti Timings:

Mangala Aarti – 6:30 AM

Shringar Aarti – 10:30 AM

Sandhya Aarti – 7:30 PM to 7:45 PM

Shayan Aarti – 8:30 PM

Bhog Timings at Dwarkadhish Temple:

Aarti Bhog – 10:30 AM to 10:45 AM

Madhyan Bhog – 11:05 AM to 11:25 AM

Rajbhog – 12:00 PM to 12:25 PM

Uttapan Bhog – 5:30 PM to 5:45 PM

Sandhya Bhog – 7:30 PM to 7:45 PM

Shayan Bhog – 8:05 PM to 8:25 PM

Abhishek Timings at Dwarkadhish Temple :

8:00 AM to 9:15 AM

Things to Know – Dwarkadhish Temple

History / Myth:

Dwarka is considered as Capital of Shree Krishna hile and Bet Dwarka as a residence. Shree Krishna used to conduct his religious assembly at Dwarka.

One of the four holy pilgrimage sites for Hindus, it often feels like the end of the earth with temples overlooking the Arabian Sea on the western tip of Gujarat. It is closely linked with many legends from Lord Krishna’s life.

It is believed that Krishna dwelled the rest of his earthly life in Dwarka after fleeing from Mathura.

The architecture of the temple:

The Dwarkadhish temple consists of Garbhagriha, Antarala, Mandapa, and Ardhamandapa. The Mandapa is open on all sides and rises to five-storey and has 60 pillars to support them. The temple has a high conical shikhara with a height of about 50 meters (165 feet) while the pyramidal roof of Mandapa is adorned with a series of tiny bell-shaped domes. The exterior facade and the Shikhara of the temple are profusely carved but internally it is plain. A shrine of Shakti-Mata is located on the fourth storey of the temple.

The temple complex has two main gates for entrance. The one on the southern side is known as “Swargadwar” which is accessible by 56 steps or “Chhappan Sidhi” from Gomati creek, whereas the northern gate is known as “Mokshadwar”.

Places to visit at Dwarka:

There are many places to visit and nearby. They can be traveled at a low-cost price by Dwarka Darshan. The service covers Nageshwar Jyotirlinga, Gopi Talav, Bet Dwarka and Rukshamani Temple, Bhadkeshwar Mahadev, Sunset point, Swaminarayan Temple, Trilok Art Gallary

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Places to visit in Dwarka:

Gopi Lake is located 14 km away from Dwarka. The soil of “Gopi talav” is yellow in color while it is extremely smooth. There is a myth that after leaving ‘Vruj’, Krishna never went back to ‘Vruj’. During Krishna’s Childhood, he played Ras leelas many times with gopies (young female inhabitant of Vruj). They travelled from ‘Vruj’ to Dwarka, to meet Shree Krishna. After playing Ras Leelas again with Shree Krishna, on the night of ‘Sharad Purnima’, they offered their lives to the soil of this land and hence this land has become popular as ‘Gopi Talav’.

Rukmini Temple (Shree Krishna’s Patranis), is located 2 km away from Dwarka. There is a myth associated with it once Krishna and Rukhmini went to ‘Durvasha rushi’ to invite him at Dwarka. He was agreed on the condition that they (Krishna & Rukhmini) have to carry the chariot instead of any animal. Krishna & Rukhmini happily agreed to do so. While driving the chariot, Rukhmini became thirsty. Then Krishna stopped the chariot and made the water of Holy River Ganga. ‘Durvasha’ annoyed by the action and curse Rukhmini to stay away from Shree Krishna Hence it is located 2 km. Away from Dwarka’s Jagat Mandir.

Rukmini Temple Dwarka

Nageshwar jyotirlinga, which is one of the 12 jyotirlinga shrines, was the first stop of the tour. The tall statue of Lord Shiva dominates the temple complex and catches the attention of its visitors.

Nageshwar-Jyotirling dwarka

Okha PORT is literally the end of the earth on Saurashtra peninsula. Okha port is primarily visited by the pilgrims for their trip to Bet Dwarka which is on an Island well connected with ferry services. Okha Port to Bet Island: Frequent ferry service (30 minutes, 10 INR per person)

Bet Island is known for the highly revered temple of Lord Krishna and is also believed as a very place where Lord Krishna met his childhood friend Sudama. Besides religious importance, It is also rich in archaeology and traces back to Harappan civilization.

Places to stay in Dwarka:

There are high-end resorts, seaside villas, Dharmshalas, lodges, Bhavans. Except during festival time (Janmasthami: Mid August), one can easily get a budget hotel in 200-300 INR.

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How to reach Dwarka:

BY FLIGHT
There are no regular flights from other major cities of the country to Dwarka. The nearest airport is Porbandar Airport.
Dwarka is 95 km away from Porbandar Airport (PBD), Porbandar, Gujarat and 110 km away from Govardhanpur Airport (JGA), Jamnagar, Gujarat

BY TRAIN
Dwarka is well connected to other major cities of the country via regular trains.
The nearest Railway Station is at Dwarka (DWK)

BY BUS
You can easily get regular buses to Dwarka from other major cities of the country.
The nearest Bus Station is at Dwarka (DWK)

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Srikantan
1 year ago

Good.still pls include entry pass details online

Narad
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Reply to  Srikantan
1 year ago

As of now it is not required. Please share your feedback if you are done with the Darshan. Thanks!

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