Discover Dwarka,  A Sacred City In Gujarat!

Written By

Gopika VC

Dwarka is a historic and renowned city on the banks of the Gomati River. It is a Hindu pilgrimage site and sacred city. Dwarka is located on Gujarat's western coast.

Dwarka beach is a famous tourist destination along the Arabian Sea's coastline. The beach is home to a variety of animals, including dolphins, sea turtles, octopuses, and starfish.

Dwarka Beach

The Dwarkadhish temple worships Lord Krishna. Archaeology shows this temple was founded in 200 BC and expanded in the 16th century.

Shree Dwarkadhish Temple

The Dwarka lighthouse is situated on the Arabian Sea. This 43-meter-tall building is located on Dwarka beach. This location is perfect for observing the sunset.

Dwarka Lighthouse

Lord Swaminarayan's Shree Swaminarayan Mandir is a famous Hindu temple. This beautiful Vishnu shrine contains statues and engraved walls.

Shree Swaminarayan Mandir

The Rukmini Devi temple is 5km from Dwarka railway station in Gujarat. The temple sanctuary includes a marble Devi Rukmini statue.

Rukmini Devi Temple

Dwarka Beyt is located approximately 30 kilometres from Dwarka. It is also known as Beyt island and is bordered by coral reefs, temples, and white sand beaches.

Dwarka Beyt

The Shiva Purana mentions Shri Nageshwar Mahadev temple, one of the twelve Jyotirlingas. Nageshwar village in Gujarat is 15 km from Dwarka.

Shri Nageshwar Mahadev Temple

Ancient Shiva temple Bhadkeshwar Mahadev is 4 km from Dwarka railway station. Chandra Mouliswar Shiva is honoured at this hilltop temple.

Bhadkeshwar Mahadev Temple

The Sudama Setu is a beautiful suspension bridge constructed on the Gomati River in Gujarat's Dwarka district. It is named after Lord Krishna's friend, Sudama.

Sudama Setu

Gomti Ghat is attractive because the holy river Gomti flows into the Gulf of Kutch. Gomati Ghat, also called Gomati Sangam, flows into the Arabian Sea at Chakratirtha Ghat.

Gomti Ghat