Beautifully located on the serene banks of Banas River, Nathdwara is a small yet beautiful temple town in the royal state of Rajasthan. Famous for its 17th century Shrinathji Temple (a child incarnation of Lord Krishna) and the exclusive art of Pichwai paintings – Nathdwara basically means "doorway to the Lord" or "gate of the Lord". This pious town is located at a distance of just 48 KM from Udaipur, the City of Lakes. Nathdwara is a significant pilgrimage town for Hindus and Vaishnavas. It is an interesting fact that the temple of Shrinathji is known as "Shrinathji Haveli" as the edifice resembles a small palace which in Hindi means Haveli. Explore the Nathdwara holiday packages offered by EaseMyTrip.in and get ready to enjoy the best of this delightful town with us.
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The prime tourist attraction as well as pilgrimage of Nathdwara is the Shrinathji Temple. This temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna and houses a black stone deity of Krishna. It is believed that the Lord, Himself, selected this place as a venue for His temple. One must note that photography at the temple is strictly prohibited.
Rajsamand Lake was created by a dam which was constructed by Maharana Jai Singh in the year 1660. There is a number of beautifully carved chhatris (cenotaphs) and ornamental arches with captivating old inscriptions surrounding the lake.
Nav Chowki literally means 'the Nine Pavilions'. It is situated on the banks of the Rajsamand Lake and made up of marble. Beautifully carved chhatris (cenotaphs) and ornamental arches adorn this charming edifice.