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Dwarka Gujarat India

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Hotel City Palace Dwarka

Dwarka is situated 22-29 latitude North & Longitudes 68'-50" to 69'-14" (45 kms north south +31 km east west) average 71606 sq. kms area having seven isles since over 3 million years old & reclaimed time to come having 12 to 140 C temperature in December & around 400 C in June. It's wet climate is bearable due to sea breeze through the day.

We welcome you to Dwarka - One of sapta puzies to the pilgrimage which inspires salvation in life. Your are visiting one of four houses (Abode) of GOD (Generator Organizer & Destroyer). This was ancient gateway of land of India.

Dwarka is one of the religious places in Gujarat. This was the first capital of Gujarat - "ANCIENT (ANART) LATER KNOWN AS KUSHASTHALI."

General Information : Dwarka

Satvat fourteenth ancestor of Lord Krishna worshiped Gopal Krishna hailed 5000 years ago that was Bhagvat Krishna born Yogeshwar also Devki-putra & pupil of Ghor Agniras about whom upnishad & rigved brief about. Yadavs entered Saurashtra-surashtra from Aryan from Iran as spanish voyagers transporting things, seeds, animals, slaves, from one country to other. Krishna of Harivansh and Mahabharat was also Devkiputra-Devki being sister of Kansill dictator who was always worried about Devki's son being sister predicted to be his destroyer. Lord Krishna was born in Mathura over 3500 years ago, migrated or was carried by his father Vashudev to Gokul, did his leela in Gokul at Vasudev's friend Nanda's village where (Yashoda) Jasoda nourished & brought him up and encultured him to fight against ill deeds.

Places to visit : Dwarka

Trilokya Sunder Jagat Mandir is 4 meters high a flag of 40 meters flagged over 800 times a year by Pilgrims & by giving meals to (Gugali) Brahmins named after Gopal's name Gugali from Gopal saurashtra names. However Brahmins are satisfied by a token of Rs. 1/- to Rs. 2/- instead of a meal. This temple contains inscription at the first floor in KHAROSHTI script with a map of ancient Dwarka scribing "repairs" of temple done in sacred memory of son KHAROSHHTI SCRIPT / LANGUAGE extincted 2400 years ago was replaced by BHRHMD. It is suggested that SABHAMANDAP is over 2400 years old. VAJRANBHA constructed several SMRITI-CHARTS (small doms in memory of his ancestors Anirudha / Pradyumma / Lord Krishna / Balram / Vasudev / Ugrasen & Satyaki, 3500 years ago, over which later temple was built. That is why Garbhagriva & Sikhar of the main temple were built as if it was encroached upon sabhamandap. This temple structuring is unique. It is built with out use of lime or cement, each lintel & pillers weighing over tons even the stars on each floor is carved from one stone. Later it was repaired in eleventh century full of solanki architecture.
Gomati river starts from Mul Gomta Hillock where Maha Prabhuji Vallabhacharya did his fourth visit to Dwarka. This river starts from Gomati Kund at Mul-Gomta (Bhavda Bethak) then turns west from Panch Kunj (five sweet water wells) Laxminarayan temple having 12 Ghats constructed for pilgrims to take holy deep in Gomati rever having various shiv temple, pandev doms, Meerabai's Girdhar temple, Satya Narayan, Ramchandraji, Laxminarayan & Varun temples are main temples on the Ghats, starting from Harikund / Gomati Mataji / Damodarji temple & Mahaprabhuji's first bethak.

Darshan Timings : Dwarkadheesh Temple Dwarka

Morning 7.00 to Afternoon 12.30 and Evening 5.00 to 9.30


Morning 7.00 Mangla Arti
7.00 to 8.00 Mangla Darshan
8.00 to 9.00 Abhishek Pooja (Snan vidhi) : Darshan closed
9.00 to 9.30 Shringar Darshan
9.30 to 9.45 Snanbhog : Darshan closed
9.45 to 10.15 Shringar Darshan
10.15 to 10.30 Shringarbhog : Darshan closed
10.30 to 10.45 Shringar Arti
11.05 to 11.20 Gwal Bhog Darshan closed
11.20 to 12.00 Darshan
12.00 to 12.20 Rajbhog : Darshan closed
12.20 to 12.30 Darshan
12.30 Anosar : Darshan closed


5.00 Uthappan First Darshan
5.30 to 5.45 Uthappan Bhog Darshan closed
5.45 to 7.15 Darshan
7.15 to 7.30 Sandhya Bhog Darshan closed
7.30 to 7.45 Sandhya Arti
8.00 to 8.10 Shayanbhog Darshan closed
8.10 to 8.30 Darshan
8.30 to 8.35 Shayan Arti
8.35 to 9.00 Darshan
9.00 to 9.20 Bantabhog and Shayan : Darshan closed
9.20 to 9.30 Darshan



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