Dwarka is an ancient city in the northwestern Indian state of Gujarat. It’s known as a Hindu pilgrimage site. The ancient Dwarkadhish Temple has an elaborately tiered main shrine, a carved entrance, and a black-marble idol of Lord Krishna. Dwarka Beach and nearby Dwarka Lighthouse offer views of the Arabian Sea. Southeast, Gaga Wildlife Sanctuary protects migratory birds and endangered species like the Indian wolf.
Dwarkadhish Temple

Dwarkadhish temple, also known as the Jagat Mandir and occasionally spelled Dwarakadheesh, is a Hindu temple dedicated to the god Krishna, who is worshiped here by the name Dwarkadhish, or King of Dwarka.
Beyt Dwarka

Beyt Dwarka also called Bet Dwarka is an island that is located about thirty kilometers from the town. The island has temples, coral reefs, and white sand beaches. The temple dedicated to Lord Krishna here is said to have been the residence of Lord Krishna and his family.
Somnath Temple 

Somnath temple in Dwarka is supposed to be one of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva. The shrine has been destroyed and rebuilt six times and this is why it is also known as the shrine eternal. 
Gopi Talav

Gopi Talav or talab is a pond that is surrounded by sand which is called Gopi Chandan. This sand is used by the pilgrims who put tilaks on their forehead using it. 
Rukshamanee Temple 

Rukshamanee temple is for the wife of Lord Krishna, Rukmani. She was known as the most favored wife amongst the many that Lord Krishna had. The shrine has numerous paintings on the walls that depict the stories of the Lord and his wife. 
Dwarka Lighthouse 

Dwarka Lighthouse was constructed in the 19th century and today, it is a modern-day marvel. The lighthouse provides a scenic view of the sunset and allows the traveler to take in the serenity of the sea.
Samudra Narayan Temple 

Samudra Narayan temple is located at the Gomati Sangam ghat near the back of the Dwarkadish temple. The goddess worshipped in the temple is the goddess Gomati. 
Nageshwar Jyotirlinga Temple

Nageshwar Jyotirlinga Temple is also known as the Nagnath temple and is situated on the outskirts of Dwarka. It's a famous Lord Shiva Shrine in India and one of the 12 Jyotirlingas mentioned in the Shiva Purana.
Gomati Sangam Ghat

Gomati Sangam Ghat is a sacred place where the river Gomati flows. The ghat can be reached from the Swarga Dwar of the Dwarkadhish Temple by climbing down 56 steps. 
Best Time To Visit Dwarka

The ideal to visit Dwarka is during the winter months from October to February. During that time the weather of Dwarka remains cool and most travel friendly and pleasant. It is very warm and temperate, with a wide range of difference in the temperature. Sightseeing and other outdoor activities are not uncomfortable during the summer season and tourists and devotees can make a visit to Dwarka. Monsoons are accompanied by medium showers, resulting in an increase in humidity. Days are pleasant, while the nights start to get chilly. The place looks attractive around this time, with damped green vegetation. It remains cool and pleasant at the same time and is an ideal time for a trip to Dwarka. The Winter season is considered the best time to visit Dwarka, as it enables a comfortable movement for the temple hoppers and tourists who are exploring the city.

Contact Us

24, Ashok Vihar Colony, Picnic Spot Road, Lucknow - 226022, Uttar Pradesh, India.