Dwarka is a prominent Hindu pilgrimage destination, which is also known as the territory of Lord Krishna. The religious town is well-known among religious travelers seeking to get on for Chardham Yatra. It is one of the four major pilgrim places for Hindus and devotees book Dwarka holiday packages to explore the spiritual aura of this town.
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It is one of the main sightseeing points of the town, which is located on Gomati creek. This temple is supposed to be built about 2500 years ago by Vajranabh, the great grandson of Lord Krishna. The temple features a great structure that is constructed using soft limestone and comprised of a rectangular hall with porches on three sides.
Somnath Temple is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva and refers to the defender of Moon God. The temple was destroyed and recreated six times. So, it is known as 'The Shrine Eternal'.
Located at Rupen Creek, it is an 18 meters tall square tower that was constructed at this site along with the installation of an oil wick lamp. Today's tower is 43 meters high and was built between 1960 and 1962.
Dedicated to the wife of Lord Krishna, the walls of the temple feature diverse range of paintings from the 12th century. In the temple, a marble deity of Devi Rukmani with four hands or 'Chaturbhuja' is kept.