INTRODUCTION ABOUT DWARKA TEMPLE IN GUJARAT

 

 

DWARKA TEMPLE

 

DWARKA TEMPLE IN GUJARAT:- The primary temple on the Sangam River is at the Lord Krishna temple in Dwarka. Dwarka is one of the four sacred pilgrimage sites known as the Hindu mythology Char Dham. The temple is close to the hotel and guest hours. It is possible to get to the temple on tight paths with stores on both sides.

 

FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE NOT ALLOWED INSIDE THE TEMPLE

West Belt, Mobile Phones, Mobile Phone, Shoes Free Stalls can be deposited in the temple door. Take a holy dip in the river Gomti before heading into Dwarka for Darshan from Lord Krishna.

ARCHITECTURE OF DWARKA TEMPLE IN GUJARAT

Dwarka Temple has been constructed in conformity with the Chalukian style of architecture and with the architecture of North Indian Nagara. The temple is shaped like a beautiful wagon with steep steps toward the temple’s porch. The temple is backed by 72 mighty pillars.

TEMPLE INTERIORS

The temple interiors may be divided into the following parts:

GARBHA GRIHA:-

The inner temples may be split into Garbha Griha The Garbha Griha is the sanctum Sanctorum housing the Deity of Lord Krishna. The interior of the temple is split into the following sections. This is the innermost shrine of the temple and the priests of the temple alone can enter this room.

MANDAPA

The Temple Assembly Hall is the Mandapa Mandapa, and it’s open all over. It features small bell-like dome decorations with a pyramidal tiered ceiling. The mandapa has 72 decorated columns and is surrounded by 5 stories.

ARDH MANDAPA

Ardha Mandapa is the half-open conference hall which is the entrance of the Mukhya Mandap or of the primary conference room.

PRADAKSHINA PATH

The Pradakshina Trail is the route around the Garbha Griha that facilitates the Pradakshina Religious or Circumambulation Ceremony, which many devotees engage in.

ANTARALA

Antarala is the small antechamber connecting Vimana Mandapa to Natya Mandapa

 

The Deity at the Temple

Instead, we see Lord Krishna here as the shining King, the one who rules over the Universe. Lord Krishna’s deity in the temple isn’t that of the baby Krishna or the young cowherd boy. This picture of the Trivikarma is called Lord Krishna and is the eighth avatar of Lord Vishnu on this earth. Lord Krishna, the magnificent King of Dwarka, is housed in a four-armed dark rock image in the Garbha Griha temple. The statue of Lord holds in its four arms respectively Sudarshana Chakra, Panchajanya or conk, lotus flora, and gada. The Lord’s Deity is a highly beautiful god, dressed in golden yellow silk with decorations such as Kaustava, Symantaka, and crown.

 

TEMPLE PRASADAM

The Prasadam Temple at the temple which you are offering Puja consists primarily of candies produced from Khoya or solidified milk, and the butter of Maakhan or Noni, which is not like the prevalent butter you purchase from the markets. You can get a pack of Prasadam for yourself by paying Rs 25/-at the counter of the Temple.

 

SPECIAL UTSAV IN DWARKADHEESH TEMPLE

Janmashtami is a significant festival of the Dwarkadheesh temple where the beautifully lit temple marvels thousands of fans from every corner of the nation. In Janmashtami, the hours of Darshan are spent to some extent, even beyond midnight with devotees paying Darshan. The lord is lined with abundant jewels such as gold, diamonds, and topaz during this festival in his Royal Avatar. A unique Utsav Bhog is also provided to the lord. In addition, the Dwarkada Temple has many other festivals such as Kartik Utsav, Annakut Utsav, Laba Panchami, Tulsi Vivah, Makar Sankranti, Dhanur mas, Akshaya Tritiya, Deep Utsa, and other festivals. Book complete Gujarat tour package, Rann Utsav package, Dwarka temple in Gujarat package, Temples in Gujarat package, temples in Gujarat package, etc. from TempleTourOnline. We also provide breakfast, meal, lunch, cab facility, and hotel.

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