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Highlights of Nathdwara Tourism

Location: District - Rajsamand, Rajasthan
Nearby Cities and Towns: Nichli Odan, Madri Choti, Mudri, Bagol, more...
Best Time To Visit: August To March
Famous Tourist Places: Shrinathji Temple » Charbhuja » Eklingji Temple » Dwarkadheesh Temple
Website Nathdwara Tourism

Visit Nathdwara

Nathdwara is situated amidst the Aravalli hills that means the gateway of the lord in the local language. You will find the place in the heart of Rajasthan on the banks of the holy river Banas that makes it geographically rich and pristine. Nathdwara is a town that is prominently popular for the prevalence of the Rajasthani style paintings and terracotta works, traditional handicrafts, art and artefacts. 

Which is the best time to visit Nathdwara?

If you want the best time in Nathdwara, then the most favorable time is from the month of September to February when one can experience a delightful climate unlike the scorching summers when the temperature is 42 degrees celsius.

Places to visit in Nathdwara

Charbhuja: Charbhuja is located in the outskirts of Nathdwara that is close to the Bor Rajputs. It is a sacred temple that is dedicated to the shrines of Lord Vishnu who is meant to be the protector.

Shrinathji Temple: This is one of the most sought pilgrimage sight that was built in the 12th century, in the honor of Lord Krishna. The ones having faith in Vaishnavism along with Hindus can pay a visit to the temple.

Eklingji Temple: The Eklingji temple is situated in the town of Eklingji that is in close proximity of the Eklingji lake. This temple is dedicated to the main idol of the Sesodia Dynasty, Eklingji which means Lord Shiva.

Dwarkadheesh Temple: This temple is of utmost importance for the Vaishnavas and Vallabhacharya sect, situated in Kankroli village that is near the Navchauki Dam.

About Nathdwara Temple

Location: 48 kms in the north east of Udaipur
Built in: In 17th century
Dedicated to: Shrinathji (Lord Krishna)
Highlights: Rich carvings on pure white marble
How to reach: One can easily reach Nathdwara Temple from the city either by taking regular Buses or by hiring Taxis

 

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