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Situated in the Jamnagar district of Gujarat, Dwarka is a popular religious destination in India. The city is regarded as one of the seven oldest cities in India. The city has long-standing associations with Lord Krishna and it is believed that the place was the abode of the famous Hindu deity.

Mythologies state that the city went underwater on six occasions and as a result of this, the contemporary Dwarka is the seventh city to be constructed in the territory. The Janmashtami festival is celebrated in this place with a lot of pride, enthusiasm, and distinctiveness.

Travel to Dwarka

Dwarka is famous for the following tourist destinations:
  • Shree Swaminarayan Temple
  • Nageshwar Temple - It is a renowned place of worship for Lord Shiva and is also one of the 12 Jyotirlingas. The distance is approximately 8 km.
  • Brahma Kund
  • Rukmini Hrid - Rukmini Hrid is an accumulation of seven small lakes.
  • Bet Dwarka - It is a tiny islet close to Dwarka.
  • Dwaraka Pitha
  • Somnath Temple - It is a legendary place of worship for Lord Shiva
  • Dwarkadhish Temple - It is a famous Pushti Marg Temple.
  • Gopi Talav - It is the area where Lord Krishna played with the Gopikas.
  • Hanuman Mandir - It lies in Bet Dwarka and it is believed that Hanuman engaged into a battle with Makaradhwaja in this place.
Lord Dwaraknath, which is another name of Lord Krishna, is worshipped by different kinds of Sevas and Darshans. The attire of the god is altered in view of that. The Darshans take place after the Pushti Marg Vaishnava sacred writings instituted by Shree Vitheleshnathji and Shree Vallabhacharya. The Darshans can be categorized into the following phases:
  • Shringar
  • Mangala
  • Rajbhoj
  • Gval
  • Bhog
  • Uthapan
  • Shayan
  • Sandhya Aarati
The Sharada Peetha is a prominent studying hub of Sanskrit language. In addition, it is the place of Adi Shankaracharya, who set up four "monasteries" in four separate regions in the country.

How to reach Dwarka

By Railways
Jamnagar and Dwarka are well connected through railways and the distance between two places is 132 km. Train services are available to Mumbai, Ahmedabad, and Rajkot. Distances from these cities are 945 km, 457 km, and 217 km respectively.

Dwarka is situated on the meter gauge railway track, which travels from Viramgam to Okha. By rail, it is 217 km from Rajkot and from Jamnagar, the distance is 137 km.

By Air
The closest airport is located at Jamnagar and the distance is approximately 150 km. However, tourists can go to Dwarka from Jamnagar either by train, bus, or car.

By Road
A superb state highway joins Dwarka. State Transport Corporation buses ply to all important places in Surat, Ahmedabad, and Dwarka from different areas in Gujarat.

Distance to Jamnagar
  • From delhi - 1217 KM
  • From chennai - 2128 KM
  • From ahmedabad - 302 KM
  • From pune - 962 KM
  • From hyderabad - 1510 KM
  • From kolkata - 2226 KM
Jamnagar Distance Chart

Hotels in Dwarka

The most popular hotels and accommodations in the city are mentioned below:

Hotel Damji

Shivrajsinh Road,
Near Dwarkadhish Temple
Dwarka: 361335
Tel/Fax: [02892] 235777, 234700, 234000

Hotel Dwarkesh

Opposite Swaminarayan Mandir
Dwarka - 361 335

Toran Tourist Bungalow

Close to Circuit House
Hospital Road, Dwarka

Darshan Hotel

Jawahar Road
Near Old Bus Stand, Dwarka

Hotel Dwarka Residency

Near ISKCON Gate, Dwarka
Tel.: 235032/33, 9426208910

Guruprerna Hotel

Near The Temple
Ravel Talao, Dwarka
Gujarat - 361335

Hotel City Palace

Jawahar Road, Teen Batti Chowk,
Dwarka - 361335
Tel: + 91 - 2892 234312

Last Updated on : March 16, 2017



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