A spiritual beach was all that needed to add in you travel list to Gujarat. It is a holy pilgrimage for Hindus and one of the ‘Char Dhams’ which adds to its serenity and devotion. People visit this place from almost every part of the nation. The perching River Gomti is a highlight too. Do not miss to see the sea turtles, starfishes, octopuses and more.
Dwarka is an ancient religious city in the state of Gujarat. It is located on the banks of Gomti river in the Okhamandal Peninsula. Dwarka is widely known because it is a sacred pilgrimage sites for Hindu pilgrims and is one of the four significant pilgrimage sites in India known as CharDhams. It is also one of the seven most ancient cities in the country. It was an ancient kingdom of Lord Krishna and was the first capital of the state.
Dwarkadhish Temple: Dwarka is a holy city in the state of Gujarat which has many significant historical Hindu temples such as the Dwarkadhish temple which was made in Chalukya architecture 2200 years ago. Devotees from all across India come and visit the temple to seek the blessings and appreciate its beauty.
Beyt Island: Dwarka is not just a place for devotees but is also one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. The beaches of the city are extremely explore-worthy. The island is a few kms away from the main town but is visited by a lot of people because of its serenity, temples around it, white sand and more.
Lighthouse: The lighthouse in the city is quite a stunner for all tourists. It is a 43m tall tower which gives a spectacular view of the sunset and the entire landscape of the place.
Roam around the exotic beaches of Dwarka.
Embrace the amazing architecture of the ancient temples of the city.
Make sure to taste the delicacies of the state of Gujarat.
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The winters of the city are really pleasing and thus months of December to March are ideal for a visit. The Janmashtami of Dwarka is world famous and if you wish to enjoy the grand festivities then you can also prefer visiting in August or September at the time of the festival.
Dwarka is connected by railways from many major cities of India including Ahmedabad, Jamnagar, Surat etc. Jamnagar at a distance of 137kms is the nearest airport to the city. Travelling by road is also a good option.
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