Dwarka temple in Gujarat is one of the Hindus ‘ four most important pilgrimages. The temple is located in Dwarka in Gujarat. Regular bus services from different towns and cities in Gujarat connect the temple to it. It is situated in Jamnagar, 146 km from Dwarka, at the closest airport. It’s considered the town of Dwarka as the’ Portal of Salvation’ to Moksha. The word’ Dwarkadish’ relates to Lord Krishna, who is considered as’ Dwarka’s Lord.’ The central altar of Lord Dwarkadheesh embraces the image in the primary temple. The picture comes in the form of Vishnu with four arms (Lord Krishna is Lord Vishnu incarnation), known as Trivikrama. Besides this primary idol, Baldevaji (Balrama), Pradyumna and Aniruddha (Lord Krishna’s babies) are idols. Kuseswara Mahadeva (Shiva) is also devoted to a small shrine. In addition, the temple complex contains temples devoted to Devaki (Lord Krishna’s mother), Veni-Madhava (Lord Vishnu), Radhika, Jambuvati, Satyabhama, Lakshmi, Saraswati, and Lakshmi-Narayan. About Brahmins (a specific Brahmins caste that has performed pooja for centuries) conduct worship or puja in this temple. Arti is conducted at periodic intervals every day and’ Abhishek’ is done. The Lord’s clothes, gems, and flowers are covered. Janmashtami is the greatest of the Dwarkadhish Temple festivals. The whole temple is lit up at the moment of the festival. Every year, with the blessings of the Lord, Dwarka temple in Gujarat witnesses millions of pilgrims and devotees who come in search of salvation.
Rann Utsav 2019 – The Desert Carnival
During the full moon night of the winter, in this breathtaking and divergent scenery, Rann Utsav’s 2019-20 three-month festival brings dynamism, hospitality, strength and traditional taste to a glorious kutch. The annual event provides an opportunity to visit the wilderness, which lies on the border between India and Pakistan. The most popular time to discover White Rann is the hour of the full moon after sunset. Taking in the sunset hours and watching a complete lit folk concert in the plain field of the white desert offers an unrivaled journey experience. And the camel carts to the white desert add to the interesting search. Kutch, Gujarat’s festive land, is a unique mix of history, history, culture, wildlife, and nature. Kutch has something for every traveler as one of the largest districts in India. The Dholavira archeological site offers a glimpse into the 5,000-year-old Civilization of the Indus Valley, incredible art-style palaces of the building and numerous fortified towns are worth visiting because of their patrimony. The North and East of Kutch is home to a large desert wilderness, which contains white salt and is known as the Great Rann of Kutch, and the Southwest is bordered by charming beaches such as Mandvi, which have soft sands and calmer waters. Most of all, Kutch is famous for its rich living heritage of handicrafts – embroideries, bandhani tie-dye, block printings, metal crafts, woodwork, pottery, and some rare arts thrive in the district. TempleTourOnline provides complete Rann Utsav 2019-20 Package book online from our site and gets instant discount.