“Gate of the Lord” is the meaning of Nathdwara which is situated in the northeast of Udaipur on the banks of the Banas River about 47 km. This is the gateway of the Lord and is famous Hindu pilgrimage temple. A town in western state of Rajasthan is Nathdwara in India. Dwelling to one of the most prominent pilgrimage temples and wealthiest temples of Lord Krishna is Nathdwara. Widely known for inspiring painting of Rajasthani- style called as terracotta products and “Pichwai Paintings” is the artists of Nathdwara. A scenic city in the Rajasthan state is Nathdawara nestled beautifully amongst the Aravallis which is situated on the banks of the Banas River.
Owing to cheap accommodation and its central position this is a very important tourist spot. It is an exciting countryside which is surrounded with a wide range of ancient temples and truly looking such the threshold of abode of Lord. By the Lord himself, this best Vaishnavite shrine was built on spot exactly defined in the 17th century. Among the forward- looking states in the country, a vital place for Rajasthan, all the efforts of these types have secured. It gives a welcome break from the intense heat of Rajasthan which situated among the tranquil hills.
This place is well known for its holy temple of Vaishnava of Lord Shrinathji who was the manifestation of Lord Krishna. One can find the idol of Srinathji which was first installed by Sri vallabhacharya and it belongs to the 12th century in a small shrine near Mathura. One of the royal palaces of the Rajput rulers was the Haveli of Srinathji. Reach the temple to serve the Lord, over 1000 devotees every day in the early morning. They also hurt in the process sometimes and they push and pull each other which devotees assemble flush into the temple in groups. A matter of life and death for them is this Darshan.
A Hindu temple is Shrinathji temple of Nathdwara of Rajasthan which is dedicated to one of the Lord Krishna’s avatar Shrinathji and is located on the banks of the river Banas from the pretty city of Udaipur at a distance of 48 km. If you are on tour of the religious places of Rajasthan a famous pilgrimage point of Rajasthan is the wonderful temple. Considered to be one which is self manifested is the idol of Shrinathji. The splendid temple is important to Hindu mythological history and has its story which traces to return to the time of Meera Bai. From whether it is a clothes, furniture, wall hanging and painting in the inner temple everything is of perfect quality.
One of the five famous lakes of Udaipur is Rajsamand Lake which is located 66km in the north of Udaipur. The main supplier of water to Rajsamand Lake is River Gomti. There domicile nine pavilions or ‘Nauchowki’ which were constructed by Maharana Raj Singh on the embankment of the lake. You can trace the most startling site of Rajasmand Lake while traveling to Kumbhalgarh. The waters of the lake glitter with the startling light of the sun at the time of sunset.
Another one of the temples that is of utmost significance to the Vallabhacharya sect and the Vaishnavas is the Dwarkadheesh Temple. The architectural styles of this temple resemble to that of Shreeji ki Haveli which is situated near the Navchauki Dam in Kankroli village. The backstory tells of how the all powerful Hindu Lord Krishna used to be as a child and a famous pilgrimage site is Dwarkadheesh Temple. If you are in Nathdwara this should be priority to visit here.
By Road: Well linked by road is Udaipur which is connect from various cities such Mount Abu, Delhi, Mumbai, Jaipur, Ajmer, Kota, Indore, Chittorgarh and Ahmedabad.
By Train: Also by Rail Udaipur is well linked from some other cities like Chittorgarh, Delhi, Jaipur and Ajmer.
By Air: Dabok Airport is the nearest airport from Udaipur, about 24 km far away.