Overview

Dwarka is an ancient city in Gujarat, a state in northwestern India. It is regarded as a Hindu pilgrimage site. The ancient Dwarkadhish Temple has a multi-tiered main shrine, a carved entrance, and a black marble Lord Krishna idol. The Arabian Sea can be seen from Dwarka Beach and the nearby Dwarka Lighthouse. Gaga Wildlife Sanctuary in the southeast protects migratory birds as well as endangered species such as the Indian wolf. Dwarka, located in the westernmost part of Gujarat, India, is a sacred city revered for its religious significance, cultural heritage, and scenic beauty. Covering an area of approximately 1.64 square miles (4.25 square kilometers), Dwarka is situated along the coast of the Arabian Sea and is one of the four sacred pilgrimage sites in Hinduism known as “Char Dham.” The city is renowned for its association with Lord Krishna, with landmarks such as the Dwarkadhish Temple, Nageshwar Jyotirlinga Temple, and Bet Dwarka Island attracting devotees from around the world. Dwarka is also known for its scenic coastline, with picturesque beaches and serene sunsets adding to its allure. With its blend of spiritual significance, cultural richness, and natural beauty, Dwarka offers visitors a divine and tranquil experience in the heart of Gujarat.

 

 
 
 
 

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