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Dwarkadhish Temple in Gujarat: A look at the history, legends and architecture of this Char Dham on India’s west coast

The temple’s prime deity is Lord Krishna, who is called Dwarkadhish or King of Dwarka.

Dwarkadhish Temple Gujarat: Situated at the cusp of Gomti River and the Arabian Sea in Gujarat is the majestic Dwarkadhish Temple. An important Hindu pilgrimage site for Vaishnavites, especially the devotees of Lord Krishna, Dwarkadhish Temple is one of the Char Dham. The temple is also a key religious tourism site in the country, and is of architectural as well as religious importance. Dwarkadhish Temple, also known as Jagat Mandir (universal shrine) or Trilok Sundar (the most beautiful in all three worlds), is a site protected by the Archaeological Survey of India. Seeming to rise from the Arabian Sea, it is the main temple situated in the Dwarka city of Gujarat’s Devbhoomi Dwarka district.

Dwarkadhish Temple: Where does it get its name from?

The temple’s prime deity is Lord Krishna, who is called Dwarkadhish or King of Dwarka. Travellers may be fascinated to know that it is also believed…

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