Shrinathji temple at Nathdwara - Rajasthan - India

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The Shrinathji temple at Nathdwara is not only a place of religious importance but also a tourist's delight

The Shrinathji temple at Nathdwara is not just a spot of religious vitality but moreover a visitor's pleasure


Spotted in Rajasthan,India at a separation of 48 km from Udaipur on the Aravalli mounts is the town of Nathdwara which Gujaratis visit customarily for paying their regards. The Shrinathji diety is Master Krishna and Master Krishna symbol is perceived with his one hand lifting the Govardhan parbat. This type of Master Krishna is joined with the mythological story of how he lifted the Govardhan parbat when the individuals of that village faced heavy rains. The temple is overall financed by the industrialists of India. It's likewise regarded as the haveli of Lord Krishna.

Shrinathji Temple

The temple is usually open to the guests for around 4-5 'darshan' beginning with the 'mangla' at 4.30-5 am, shrungar, gwala, rajbhog, utthapan and shayan darshan ending at 6pm in the evening. A substantial number of fans run the temple and there is no spot to stand around weekdays or weekends giving you just a few moments to see the icon of Lord Krishna. A perfect chance to visit the temple is punctual morning 6am, when there are vegetable vendors, milkmen, fruit vendors, blossom shops opening up promptly and pitching their items to the visitors. Magnificent roses, mogras, jasad blossoms are perceived involving folks' hands as they head over to the temple in their unique dress. The temple is likewise rich with mithai and prasad, and the 'chappanbhog' aarti is one of a kind here. 'Chappanbhog aarti has 56 variety of food items offered to the Lord and following that its appropriated as prasad to the fans. The most famous around these food items are the 'magas', 'boondi ladoos', 'mohanthal' and 'koprapaak'.

Conceivably, the best chance to travel to Nathdwara is around the winter months from October to February.

Source: The Times of India News.

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56 Food Items, Gobardan Parbat, Haveli, Idle, Lord Krishna, Nathdwara, Rajasthan, Shrinathji Temple

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19th Dec 2012 (#)

beautiful temple

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19th Dec 2012 (#)

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