Dwarka Dham

Dwarka Dham

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Dwarka
Dwarka Dham

The city of Dwarka.Archaeological discoveries have revealed that this temple is around 2,000 to 2200 years old. The building of this temple is 5 storey and its height is 235 meters. The building rests on 72 pillars. Dwarka Dham.

After leaving Mathura, Lord Krishna established a new city in the already established ruins in Dwarka region. It should be said that Lord Krishna had made the land of his ancestors habitable again, but what happened after that Dwarka was destroyed? Who destroyed Dwarika? Was Dwarka destroyed by natural disaster? Did any sky force destroy Dwarka or was any sea power devastated Dwarka.

Many scientists have discovered this question and have also found answers to it. They have found such remains in the sea hundreds of feet below, due to which the history of India has changed. Dwarka Dham.

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History

He later announced Ugrasena, the king of Mathura, Kansa’s father. To not harm the people and to ensure their safety, Shri Krishna took the Yadavas to Dwarika. As told by Shri Krishna, Vishwakarma was an astronomical architect, reclaiming a piece from the sea and building the city on the banks of the Gomti River. Dwarka Dham.

Drowned by Two Curses?

First Curse:

After the Mahabharata war, Gandhari, the mother of the Kauravas, blamed Sri Krishna for the Mahabharata war. He cursed Shri Krishna that just as the Kaurava dynasty has been destroyed, the entire Yaduvansh will also be destroyed. Dwarka Dham.

Second curse:

According to popular stories, apart from Mata Gandhari, another curse was given by sages to Sri Krishna’s son Samb. Actually, Maharishi Vishwamitra, Kanva, Devarshi Narada etc. reached Dwarka. There some young men of the Yadav clan mocked the sages. They took Shri Krishna’s son Samb to the sages in the female vest and said that this woman is pregnant. What will be born from its womb? The sage became enraged by the insult and cursed that – This son of Shri Krishna will make an iron pestle to destroy the Yaduvanshi clan, so that he will destroy his clan himself.

If you are planning to travel to Dwarka, then visit the Dwarkadish Temple in Gujarat. Dwarka is not a very big place. So, you can spend two or three days here. Dwarka will connect you with the ancient past of our country. Most of the temples are for sightseeing in the beautiful place located on the western part of Saurashtra Peninsula. There are also some beaches, where today you can spend the evening here amidst strong water waves. So let us tell you today about the places to visit in Dwarka.

How To Reach

By Air:

There are no direct flights to reach Dwarka. The nearest airport from Dwarka is Jamnagar which is 47 km from here. Apart from this, you can also take a flight to Porbandar Airport. This airport is about 98 kilometers from Dwarka

is far. From the airport you could take a cab, so one can take you immediately to dwarkadhish temple. Both the airports will get clean flights from massive towns.

By Train:

Dwarka is connected to many cities of the country through the rail network. You will get many trains daily till Dwarka railway station. Once you reach Dwarka station, it is easy for you to go to the temple, because the distance between the station and the temple is just one kilometer.

By Road:

Dwarka is connected by road to almost all the major cities of the country. You can not only reach there by own car but you will also get many bus services to reach the temple, which you can choose according to your convenience.

Nearest RailwayStation       :-       Dwarka (DWK)

Nearest BusDepo                  :-       DwarkaBus Stand

NearestAirport                      :-       Porbandar Airport(PBD)

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