A curious girl who always crave for new adventures, places and people. I just love to explore and write about it.
I Believe in little joys of life and simpler things. And in the journey which give you magical experiences & Something extraordinary. To find something extraordinary you need to go out from your comfort zone.
History and religious are two most important things in India. So throughout this story and blog, I want to explore the information of small cities and religious places for youth who love to know something different and who are interested in culture.
Everything begins with change.
Everything changes when you face your fears…
this is Sardar Patel Darwaza located in near Junagadh by railway junction.
The structure is beautiful (well this is under renovation)
But it looks like the entrance of the beautiful city.
I started my journey for my first cultural blog for Dwarka from Junagadh railway junction in Somnath -okha express
With lots of hope in my mind that I am going to travel one religious place. We the Youth who want adventure and fun in the place of hill stations and beach.
We never think about small cities and religious place. Ya, many do I appreciate it…and this is for the people and youth who want to know the history and people who are living in the small cities and places where they just earn by tourists.
There are many places where the tourism industry is everything. Places like Dwarka (religious place)will give you a magical and unforgettable experience.
Dwarka,magical city where you experience energy, positivity and lovable people.
Devbhumi Dwarka Situated on the banks of river Gomti, the town is described in legend as the capital of Lord Krishna.
The flag atop the temple shows the sun and moon, which is believed to indicate that Krishna would be there till Sun and moon exist on earth. The flag is changed from 5 times a day, but the symbol remains the same. The temple has a five-story structure built on seventy-two pillars.
The main temple has two entrances. The main entrance called “Moksha Dwara” (Door to Salvation). This entrance takes one to the main market. The south entrance is called “Swarga Dwara” (Gate to Heaven). Outside this doorway are 56 steps that lead to the Gomati River. The temple is open from 6.00 am to 1.00 pm and 5.00 pm to 9.30 pm.
The temple became part of the Char Dham pilgrimage considered sacred by Hindus in India.
Nearby places that you can visit
1: Nageshwar Temple
2: Gopi Talab
3: Rukmini mandir
4: bet Dwarka
Each place has its own story.
An amazing place near Dwarka is bhet Dwarka (bet Dwarka).
We need to reach okha port by bus or any public transport from Dwarka and then by boat, we can go to bet Dwarka.
Its magical place. We can travel only by boat to this dip.
Bet Dwarka is believed to have been the actual residential place of Lord Krishna during his ruling years at Dwarka. The place derived its name from the ‘bet’ or ‘gift’ that Lord Krishna received at this place from his friend Sudama.