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India is well-known for its culture where there had the incarnation of many Hindu divinities. Krishna is the most famous Hindu divinity who is known as the incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Dwarkadish is known as Jagat Mandir and Nija Mandir, dedicated to Lord Krishna. Here devotees worshiped Lord Krishna by the name Dwarkadhish i.e. The King of Dwarka.
Dwarkadhish Temple is in Dwarka which is situated in Jamnagar district of Gujarat state and famous for religious places of Lord Krishna. During the trip of Dwarkadhish, you can able to know more about people around Lord Krishna, his friends, and his family.
Gujarat is a city of holy pilgrimages; you start from Dwarka and move to Somnath Temple. Somnath Temple is the Jyotirlinga shrines of Shiva, believed to be the first among the twelve. It is located in Prabhas Patan near Veraval in Saurashtra on the western coast of Gujarat.
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History Of Dwarkadhish:
Dwarkadhish temple has the five-storey building, having 72 pillars to hold up. As per the archaeologists, this temple is 2200-2000 years old. The temple was expanding in the 15-16th century. It is Pushtimarg temple, i.e selfless and motiveless love for Shri Krishna. Here, the procedure and customs produced by Shree Vallabhaharya and Shree Vitheleshnathji are followed. Both were the true lover of Shri Krishna and devoted their whole lives for the sewa of Lord Krishna.
The word Dwarka derived from Dwar+ka. Dwar means door. In ancient times, its affluent port was the gate of the main land. "Ka" means the Brahma, means the gateway of Moksha.
About The Temple
There are two main gates of the temple: north and south. The north entrance is known as “Moksha Dwara” i.e door to salvation and south entrance is known as “ Swarga Dwara” i.e gate to heaven.
The 5-storey temple has the main deity of Lord Krishna in his dark black looks which is so attractive that the devotees who come to offer prayer experience the presence of the lord in the temple. The other holy places inside the temple are committed to Subhadra, Balrama, Revathy, Sathyabhama Devi, Rukhmani Devi, Jambayathi Devi, Vasudeva and Devaki.
There are 56 steps outside the gateway which directed to the Gomati River.
Timing of Opening of Temple:
Morning : 06:30AM - 01:00PM
Evening : 05:00PM - 09:30PM
|Timing of Aarti & Abhishek|
|07:00 - 08:00||Mangla Darshan|
|08:00 - 09:00||Abhishek Pooja [Snan Vidhi]: Darshan Closed|
|09:00 - 09:30||Shringar Darshan|
|09:30 - 09:45||Snanbhog : Darshan Closed;|
|09:45 - 10:15||Shringar Darshan|
|10:15 - 10:30||Shringar Bhog: Darshan Closed|
|10:30 - 10:45||Shringar Arti|
|11:05 - 11:20||Gwal Bhog: Darshan Closed|
|11:20 - 12:00||Darshan|
|12:00 - 12:20||Raj Bhog: Darshan Closed|
|12:20 - 12:30||Darshan|
|13:00||Anosar, Darshan Closed|
How To Reach To Dwarkadhish
Dwarka is well connected through roads, trains and air. There are different routes from the different places
By Air: There are different airports near to Dwarka.
- Porbandar Airport (PBD), Porbandar, Gujarat (95 km far from Dwarka)
- Govardhanpur Airport (JGA), Jamnagar, Gujarat (110 km far from Dwarka)
- Rajkot Airport , Rajkot, Gujarat ( 225 km far from Dwarka)
- Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport, Ahemedabad, Gujarat (450 Km far from Dwarka)
By Road: Dwarka is well connected to many State highways of the different neighbouring cities. There is a facility of State Transport Corporation Buses to commute to Dwarka from the different regions and cities. Private Bus service is also available from the different cities like Amerli, Ahmedabad, Rajkot, Porbandar, Vadodara, etc..
By Rail: Dwarka has well networked to railways lines. The nearest railway stations are:
- Dwarka Railway Station (2.6 km far)
- Varvala Railway Station (7.5 km far)
- Gorinja Railway Station (11 km far)
- Bhimrana Railway Station (18.4 km far)
- Okha Railway Station (13.6 km far)
- Okha Madhi Railway Station (22.9 km far)
Best Time To Visit Dwarkadhish - October-February
The best time to visit Dwarkadhish is October-February, the winter months are quite pleasant in which you can enjoy the utmost. The rest of period there is a dry and rainy season in which it is hard to explore and difficult to travel the beautiful outdoor sightseeing places.
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Baba Baidyanath Dham Yatra
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India is the country of God and Goddess. Many deities incarnated or visited in disguise appearance. Lord Shiva is one of the main deity as per Hindu religion. He is generally known as “Bhole Bhandari, Mahadeva”, etc. Baidyanath Jyotirlinga temple is well known as Baba Baidyanath Dham and Baidyanath Dham. It is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas. “Jyotirlinga means devotional symbol of Lord Shiva. Jyoti means radiance and lingam mean sign or image of God Shiva.
Baba Baidyanath Dham is situated in Deoghar in Jharkhand, India. The Jyotirlinga of God Shiva is installed in the main temple of Baba Baidyanath along with 21 other temples in the huge and wonderful complex
Rajgir, Nalanda, and Gaya are the nearby places which have their religious importance. In Rajgir, the famous destinations are Vishav Shanti Stupa, Vulture peak, Son Bhandar, Jarasandh Baithak. These places have ancient importance and well-known Buddhist Pilgrim. Nalanda University has its importance from ancient times. Gaya is a famous destination in the Hindu religion. Here, people do Pind-Daan rituals. Vishnupad is a famous Hindu temple where the footprint of Lord Krishna is still witnessing today
It is the story of Treta Yug as per Shiva Purana. The king of Lanka, Ravana wanted that Mahadev Shiva stayed in Lanka forever so that his country would be safe from enemies. He had done hard austerity and continuous meditation to impress Lord Shiva. Even, he sacrificed his heads to Lord Shiva. Ultimately Lord Shiva was impressed by him and blessed him. Lord Shiva allowed him to take with him to Lanka and warned him not to deposit the lingam anywhere. If he placed it anywhere, so it would stay at that place perpetually. Ravana was agreed and took the lingam with him.
The other Gods worried about it. As by this act, Ravana would become more powerful and terrorized the world. On the way to Lanka, Ravana had to halt to carry out Sandhya-Vandana. He could not do sandhya-Vandana with Shiva linga in his hands. Meantime, Vishnu appeared as a shepherd and agreed to hold the lingam in his hands. Ravana instructed the shepherd didn’t put the Shiva lingam on the earth. But Vishnu (a shepherd) placed the lingam on the earth after waiting so much for Ravana.
After coming back from Sandhya-Vandana, Ravana tried his best to pull the lingam from its place. But he didn’t succeed in it. All the gods were happy as Ravana was unable to take Lord Shiva.
How To Reach Baidynath Dham
Deoghar in Jharkhand is well-networking by air, road, and railways. Different routes are there from different parts of India
By Air: The nearest airport is Simra Deoghar International Airport. But there is no direct connectivity. It’s better to take a flight from:
- Bodh Gaya Airport, a distance is 270.4 km from Deoghar and takes time to reach is around 6 hrs
- Patna Airport, a distance is 259.3 km from Deoghar and takes time to reach is around 6 hrs.
By Road: There are regular buses on route from Ranchi, Patna, Bodh Gaya, etc. It has a good network of roads. There are 24 hrs services for buses. There are taxis or cabs on a sharing basis. Both government and private buses are there to facilitate the passengers.
By Railways: There is a good network of railways to and from Deoghar. There is regular service of both express and passenger trains. The main railway station is Baidyanath Dham Junction which connects to the main city Deoghar. Other nearby railway stations are:
- Satsang Nagar Halt, distance 1.3 km takes 5 Minutes
- Deoghar Junction, distance 3.9 km takes 11 Minutes
- Kumrabad Rohini , distance 6.8 km takes 18 Minutes
- Jasidih Junction, distance 6.7 km takes 17 Minutes
- New Nawadih, distance 8.5 km takes 24 Minutes
- Sankarpur, distance 135 km takes 3 Hr 17 Minutes
Timing of Temple
Morning: 4.00 A.M. - 3.30 P.M
Evening: 6.00 P.M. – 9.00 P.M
Shodashopachar (Puja): 4.00 AM & 3.30 PM
Shringar puja: 6.00 PM
Best Time to Visit Baidyanath Temple
Deoghar is in the state of Jharkhand which is very hot in summer. In the scorching summer, it is hard to enjoy the trip in the summer. It is good to visit in winter. The best time to visit Baidyanath temple is from October – March. The summer is intolerably hot while in the monsoon it is hard to commute.