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If you book a cab from Bhavnagar To Dwarka, the journey of Dwarka from Bhavnagar via Rajkot is 398 km. There are many modes of transportation options available to travels from Bhavnagar To Dwarka. Government Buses, Private Buses, and Trains. But the fun of going by car cannot be found on the train, government bus, and the private bus. Somnath Travels Provides you, your friends or your family a Comfortable experience of Journey from Bhavnagar To Dwarka. So If you plan to for Bhavnagar To Dwarka Cab Booking or Dwarka to Bhavnagar Taxi Hire. Somnath Travels is always there to serve you in a better way in all manner.

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About Bhavnagar City

Bhavnagar is a city in Gujarat state. Bhavnagar city is the headquarters of Bhavnagar district and is located in western India of Gujarat state. Bhavnagar is the state of Gujarat, in the north of Ahmedabad district in the north, Khambhat Bay in the south, Surendranagar district in the south and surrounded by Junagadh district in the west. Bhavnagar is located in the southeast Kathiawar and Saurashtra region. The state capital of Bhavnagar was called the house of many ponds and temples.

Bhavnagar was founded in 1743 by Maheshinghji Gohil on the edge of a small village Vadava, of Maavnagar Boros. His ancestors came here from Marwar (Rajasthan). At that time it was a flourishing port. At present, a large ship-breaking industry has evolved over snails and Alang port. The Town Hall was formerly known as the Darbar Hall (1932 AD), where the coronation of Sir Krishnakumar Singh ji was concluded. Victoria Park is a paradise of bird lovers and nature lovers. Until 1947, it was the capital of a princely state, after which it merged into the Indian Union.


For the tourists here, Jain temple on the enemy's hill is Palitana and Velvadar reservoir is the famous house of Indian Black Buck. Durbargarh (Shahi Niwas) is situated in the middle of the city. The rulers of Bhavnagar made their permanent residence to the Motibag and Nilambagh palace. Bhavnagar remained a major harbor for nearly two centuries and from here it was trade with countries like Africa, Mozambique, Zanzibar, Singapore and the Gulf. Gandhi Memorial is a museum where photographs related to Gandhiji and Gandhiji's photographs can be seen. There is also a good collection of materials representing Saurashtra's culture here. The Gandhi Museum, Burton Library and Takteeshwar Temple are the major tourist attractions.

Bhavnagar is also an important commercial and industrial center and spinning and weaving are found here. Apart from this, there are also metal-crafts, tile, and brick making factories, iron mining and a Rasayana plant. Here is the Central Salinity and Marine Chem Research Institute located. The lock gate located on the harbor is unique in its style in Asia.

History Of Bhavnagar

Bhavnagar was established in 1723 by Bhasinjiji Gohil. Gohil actually moved from Marwar and established his center in a village called Vadwa, which is currently known as Bhavnagar city. The city of Bhavnagar is preserved from a fort, and it has served as a major port connecting places such as the Persian Gulf with Africa, Mozambique, Zanzibar, Singapore and India for almost two centuries. Bhavnagar state Bhavsinghji has become a significant place of gravity, due to various business efforts, Bhavnagar has changed from a small state to state. Like them, the successors of Bhavsinhji continued to trade in a similar manner with enthusiasm.


Bhavnagar became the first Indian state to construct its railway during the 19th century during the British Raj by making Bhavnagar State Railway. Due to modernization efforts taken by the administration, Bhavnagar gradually turned into Kathiawar's most advanced indigenous state. The Maharaja of Bhavnagar remained very close to the British and was honored by him as an honorary title. The royal family became one of the most respected and prestigious families.

Places To Visit In Bhavnagar

Brahma Kund: Brahma Kund (known as Brahma family) located in Sehore city of Bhavnagar district of Gujarat, is a staircase Numa tank with many idols of Hindu Goddesses. The trunk (staircase tank) holds a great historical significance. It is believed that the water of Brahma Kunda is the water, so that King Siddharaj was helped to recover from his skin disease after being cursed by Ranka Devi. Brahma Kund is built in the style of medieval architecture, with small temples, beautifully carved idols and stairs designs of the Gods.

Talaja Hill : Talaji Nagar is located on the top of a small hill on the confluence of the enemies of Tsatuanai and Talaaji rivers. Within the hills there are carved Buddhist caves or monasteries which were built thousands of years ago. It is worth the ride on the hill, because at the top of the hill you can find a magnificent Jain temple. Tourists often go to this place to lose themselves in the beauty of these temples and monasteries.

Nilambagh Palace : Nilambagh Palace is the present residence of members of the royal family. This palace is the only five star historical property in the city, which is owned by the royal family. The palace was built in a plot of 10 acres in the year 1859 AD. This palace designed by a German architect contains elements of Indian architecture in contemporary style.

Piram Island : Piram Island is an island located 6 km away from Ghogha in Bhavnagar district of Gujarat. The island was built about 3.5 million years ago and it is known for many different forms of life, including many endangered species. There are many ancient caves and remains of the fort built in 1325.

Barton Library : Barton Library is one of the oldest libraries in Gujarat. The library was designed for a road junction. The two-storey library was built in 1895. It has two parts and a central tower and it has been constructed with square stone. There is a sloping roof of Gothic arches windows and Mangalore tiles. There is also a museum in the library.

The Velavadar National Park : The Velavadar National Park was established in 1976, which is located in the Bhavnagar district of Gujarat in the Bhar area of Saurashtra. It was formerly used for hunting purposes which was the private pasture of the Maharaja of Bhavnagar. Black deer is the main attraction of National Park, while other animals can be seen as Neel Cow, Other Jackal, Wolf, Wild Cat etc.

The Takhteshwar Temple : The Takhteshwar Temple is located in the center of Bhavnagar in Gujarat. The entire hill can be seen from the hill on which the temple is built. The temple was built in 1893 and its name was named after the patron of Takhtsingh ji.

Khodiyar Temple: Khodiyar Temple is located on the banks of Khodiyar lake in Bhavnagar. The temple is dedicated to its proven god, Khodiyar Maa and was built in 1911. Tourists often come from the surrounding areas in the temple.

Ganga Devi Mandir : Ganga Devi Mandir, by name itself, seems to have dedicated this temple to Ganga Devi. This temple has umbrella, pavilion and a bridge, all of which is made of white marble. Ganga Devi Mandir was built in the year 1893.

Gandhi Smriti : Gandhi Smriti stands as a memorial of Mahatma Gandhi. The building was established in 1955, and there is a large collection of books and other items used by Mahatma Gandhi. The library shows various events of Gandhi's life through photographs. Gandhi Smriti has become the most frequent attraction of Bhavnagar for years. It is easily accessible from every corner of the city.

Bus Stand : Bhavnagar GSRTC Bus Stand

Railway Station : Bhavnagar Terminus

Airport : Bhavnagar Airport

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If you book a cab from Bhavnagar To Dwarka, the journey of Dwarka from Bhavnagar via Rajkot is 398 km. There are many modes of transportation options available to travels from Bhavnagar To Dwarka. Government Buses, Private Buses, and Trains. But the fun of going by car cannot be found on the train, government bus, and the private bus. Somnath Travels Provides you, your friends or your family a Comfortable experience of Journey from Bhavnagar To Dwarka. So If you plan to for Bhavnagar To Dwarka Cab Booking or Dwarka to Bhavnagar Taxi Hire. Somnath Travels is always there to serve you in a better way in all manner.

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About Dwarkadhish City

Hindus living in any corner of the whole world very well understand the importance of "The Dwarka City" of Lord Shree Krishna. Dwarka city of Gujarat State which is located at the coast of the Arabian Sea and Bank Of Gomti River also known as Gate Of Heaven (Mokshdwar). It is believed that Dwarka is Capital of Ancient Gujarat. The city has got famous because of Its Temple which is said to be built before 1700 years ago.

The Holy City Of Dwarka is also known as "DVARAVATI", "KUSHASTHALI", "MOKSHAPURI" "DWARKAMATI". Meaning Of Dwarka is Door. Door To Heaven, Door To Purify all your sins, Door to purify your soul, Door to remove yourself from the cycle of rebirths. As per religious and historical legends, after conquering and killing King Kansa of Mathura Lord Shree Krishna established this kingdom to settle here with his followers.

Dwarka is one of the most important among Char Dham and one of the most ancient cities among seven cities of India. The Dwarka City is famous for its Lord Krishna temple and it is believed that Dwarka is Kingdom of Lord Krishna. Presently some evidence of Old Dwarika has been found inside the Sea. There are many stories about this city Some says Lord Krishna has built Temple from Gold but then he hides it into the sea and on the same day Lord Vishwakarma has built this temple within 24 Hours.

About Dwarkadhish Temple

Dwarkadhish Temple :

Jagat Mandir (World Temple or World Shrine But The original meaning of Hindi word Jagat is Universe or Paradise which has three World Sky, Earth AND Hades { UNDERWORLD}situated at Dwarka Gujarat. As Lord Krishna is not only the ruler of the earth but all Sky, Earth, and Hades. So the temple is also called Jagat Mandir ( World Shrine). The Temple located on the stream of Gomti River is also known as Trilok Sundar. Temple of Lord Krishna is built in such a way that it can be viewed from near about 10 KM.

Belief: Vajranabha has built Dwarka temple. This Temple is part of Char Dham pilgrimage. The flag on temple has Sun and Moon and it describes that Lord will be there till sun and moon is there.
Timing: Morning 6.30 to Afternoon 13.00   |    Evening 5.00 to 9.30

Oldest Photographs of Dwarkadhish Temple Taken By M.D.Baharuni in 1941 before independence.

 Oldest Photographs of Dwarkadhish Temple Oldest Photographs of Dwarkadhish Temple

Krishna was born in Mathura, but Raj did it in Dwarka. Sit down here and take over the reins of the whole country. Supported the Pandavas. The victory of religion and eradicating the unrighteous kings like Shishupal and Duryodhana. Dwarka had become the capital in that era. The big men used to come here and in many cases, they would consult Lord Krishna. The religious importance of this place is only that, the secret is not even less. It is said that the city inhabited by Krishna, along with his death, was drowned in the sea. Even today there remains of that city.

Lord Krishna's city Dwarka is a charming city on the banks of the coast of Gujarat. The Dwarka is the city of faith and culture for the Hindus of the whole world. Dwarka of Gujarat is famous for its Dwarika Temple, Nageshwar Jyotirling, Bet Dwarka, Rukmani Mandir, and Gopi Talao. The main temple of Dwarka is built of limestone which completes temple with sanctum, vestibule and a rectangular hall with porches on three sides.

Dwarka Attractions - Places To See In Dwarka:

Gomti Dwarka : There is a long rhythm in the south of Dwarka. This is called 'Gomti Talab'. Dwarka is called Gomti Dwarka on its name only.

 Nispap Kund (Innocent pond) : There is nine ferries above this Gomti pond. Among them, there is a kund near the Government Ghat, whose name is Nupapaap Kund. Gomti's water is filled in it. A staircase is made to land down. Travelers first cleanse themselves by bathing in this innocent pond. Many people here also donate their names in the name of their ancestors.

Ranchod ji temple : There are five wells in the south of Gomti. After bathing in innocent kund, the passengers quench the water of these five wells. Then goes towards the house of Ranchodji. How many small temples are there in the roads - the buildings of Krishnaji, Gomti Mata and Mahalaxmi Temple of Ranchodji is the largest and most beautiful temple of Dwarka. Lord Krishna is called Ranchodji. In front of it is the four feet high statue of God Krishna. It sits on the throne of silver. The idol is made of black stone. Diamonds-pearls glow in Eleven carts of gold lying in the neck. Wearing precious yellow clothes. God has four hands. One has a conch shell, one is the Sudarshan Chakra. Mace in one and lotus flowers in one. There is a crown of gold on the head. People revolve around God and offer flowers and basil groups on them. The silver plates are wrapped on the doorways. Fantastic-beautiful chandeliers are hanging in the roof of the temple. On one hand there is a ladder to go to the top. On the first floor there is a statue of Ambabhai - there are seven floors and overall this temple is one hundred forty feet high. Its peak speaks to the sky. After the sight of Ranchodji the temple is orbited. The wall of the temple is double. There is so much space among the two clerks that the man can settle down. This is the path of circus. In front of the temple of Ranchodji, there is a very long 100-foot Jagmohan, tall. It has five floors and it has 60 pillars. It is then revolted after Ranchodji. Its wall is also double.

Durvas and Trikkram Temple: There are two equal to two temples on the south side. Tikamji is the name of one of the Durvasaji and the temple is called Tikamji. Their temple is also decorated. The idol is big breathtaking. And clothes are precious. Visitors visiting Pradhumanji after the temple of Tikrikramji go to the temple of these Kusheshwar Lord. There is a large cellar in the temple. This is Shiva's penis and the idol of Parvati.

Kusheshwara Temple : There is a temple equal to the temple of Kusheshwar Shiva and the six temples in the south. Among them are the temples of Ambaji and Devaki Mata. Near the temple of Ranchodji, there are small temples of Radha, Rukmini, Satyabhama and Jambvati. South of them is God's storehouse and there is Sharda-Matha in the south of Bhandara.

Sharda-Math :Sharda-Math was built by Adi Guru Shankaracharya. They used to make four monasteries in the four corners of the country. One of them is the Sharda-Matha. Traditionally, today Shankaracharya is the ruler of the monastery. In India, followers of Sanatan Dharma respect Shankaracharya. [4] The temple of Ranchodji starts the orbiter of Dwarka city. First goes straight to Gomti. There are many temples on nine ghats of Gomti - Temple of Sivalaji, temple of Govardhanathji, Mahaprabhu's meeting.

Hanuman Temple: Next is the temple of Hanuman on Vasudev Ghat. Finally, Sangam Ghat comes in. Here Gomti meets the sea. There is a huge temple of Sangam-Narayanji on this Sangam.

Chakra Shrine

In the north of Sangam-Ghat, there is a Ghat on the other side of the sea. This is called Chakra Tirtha. Near this is the temple of Ratneshwar Mahadev. Next there is Siddhnath Mahadevji, a forward is called 'Knowledge-Kund'. Next is Juniram Bari, from which, Ram, Laxman and Sita are sculptures. After this there is another Ram temple, which is new. After this there is a Bawli, which is called Sauamitri Bawli, which is called Laxmanji's Bawji. The idol of Kali Mata and Ashapuri Mata comes after it.

Kailesh Kund : Passengers ahead of them arrive at Kailashund. The water of this pool is pinkish. Next to Kailashkund is the temple of Suryanarayana. Next to the city of Dwarka, there is a door on the east side. Outside this door is the statue of Jay and Vijay. Jai and Vijay are the watchmen of God's palace in Bekunda. Here also he stands at Dwarka's door and looks after him. Travelers from here again reach the innocent pond and visit the temples of this path and reach the temple of Ranchodji. This is the end of the labor. This is the real Dwarka. This is a small island in the Gulf of Kutch, twenty miles ahead. It is situated on the island of Dwarka. After the pilgrimage of Gomti Dwarka, the traveler travels to Bata-Dwarka. Visiting the island of Dwarka, the pilgrimage of Dwarka is not complete. Bet-Dwarka can go through the water.

Gopi Talao: Gopi-pond falls next to thirteen miles before going to the ground. The surrounding land is yellow. The soil of the pond also comes out of the pond. This soil is called Gopichandan. There are many peacocks here. There is a small temple of Shiva and Parvati named Nageshwar, three miles ahead of Gopi lake. Travelers also do this philosophy. Say, Lord Krishna used to visit this island-Dwarka island with his family members. This is a total of seven miles long. It's rocky. There are many good and large temples here. How many ponds are there How many stores are there? There are hospices and seemingly evergreen. It is better to walk along the sea except the temples.

Bet Dwarka: Bet-Dwarka is the place where Lord Krishna had his beloved Bhagat Narasi's dowry. Hanumanji has a huge temple on the east side of the islands of Bet-Dwarka [5]. That is why this high mound is called Hanumanji's mound. On the way to Gomti-Dwarka, there is a very big decoration here as well. There are five big palaces within this circle. It is a double-edged and trivial. The first and the largest castle is the palace of Shrikrishna. In the south it is the castle of Satyabhama and Jambwati. In the north there is the palace of Rukmini and Radha. The decoration of these five palaces is such that the eyes get dazzled. Silver cloths have climbed on the doors and doors of these temples. Lord Krishna and his idol have also silvered the throne of four queens. Singer of idols is very precious. Diamonds, pearls and gold jewelry are worn by them. They are decorated with the clothes of true ji.

Chaurasi Smana - Offering at Dwarka Island, 7 kms away from the temple of Lord Dwarkadhish is an ancient and historical pilgrimage site called Chaurasi Dhuna. According to Shri Mahant Raghunmuni, the well-known saint and eminent historian of Nishin sect, Nirvana Thada pilgrim, Sri panchayati Akhada Bada Nasin, according to the four psychic sons of Brahmaji, fad, Sanandan, Sanatkumar and Sanatan did not accept the order of Brahma's creation. The establishment of a neutral community and visiting various places in the people of death also visited the Dwarka. With him as his followers, eighty (80) other saints were also there. Thus, the number of 84 is completed by adding four Satakkumar and 80 follower nostalgic saints. All 84 saints and devotees of Goddess Sadhana established silence and meditation on it and gave Brahmaji the glorification of a single laugh, and gave a concrete teaching to create four and a half million variants in the form of chorasi tunes. For this reason, this place is known in the world by the name of Chaurasi Dhana.

In the end, the last Acharya Jagatguru Udsinacharya Shri Chandra Bhagwan came to this place and rekindled the chorus tunes established by the Sankadik Rishis and rekindled it as a pilgrim center of the Nishan sect. This place is still under the nostalgic sect and sadness dwells there. The coming passengers, the residence of devotees and saints, arrangements for food etc. are also provided free of charge by Chaurasi Smana Nisin Ashram. Visitors who visit Dwarka visit to visit the Chaurasi Dhana pilgrimage surely go. It is such a concept that after seeing the four-legged tunes, a million chaurasi is cut off, meaning that it does not have to wander in four hundred million vagina and it becomes free.

Bet Dwarka | Rukmani Temple | Gopi Talao | Nageswar Jyotirling | Gomti Ghat | Sudama Setu | Siddheeswar Mahadev | Gita Mandir

If you Hire Car For Local Sight Seeing in Dwarka They will charge you 1500 Rs

If you Hire Auto Rickshaw They Will Charge You 800 to 1000 Rs

Time: Approx 5 Hours

Railway Station : Dwarka Railway Station

Bus Station : Dwarka Gsrtc Bus Stand

Airport : Jamnagar and Porbandar

 

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