Dwarkadhish Temple- Rajasamnd

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Dwarkadhish Temple Rajasamnd
Dwarkadhish Temple Rajasamnd
Dwarkadhish Temple Rajasamnd

Dwarkadhish Temple is one of the prominent tourist attractions of Nathdwara located in the Kankroli which is Located in Rajasamnd district. This temple also famous as ‘Kankroli Temple’. Hindu deity Krishna is the sole diety of this beautiful temple. Here the red stone idol of the deity is praise with full devotion and dedication. Many believes that red stone idol of Lord Krishna have been brought from Mathura. Maharana Raj Singh I built the temple in 1676. This temple belongs to Vaishnavas and the Vallabhacharya sects. Located at a distance of 65 km from Udaipur city, Dwarkadhish Temple is at the shore of Rajsamand Lake. Nearby Navchauki Dam (Kankroli Dam) is also a great place for bird watching.

 

 

History of Dwarkadhish Temple

During the Moghal period, frequent invasions on temples, vandalism and arson were very common. The fanatics made the temple deities the first object of their mindless destination. The idol of Shri Dwarkadhishji, then in Gokul was exposed to this danger. There was every apprehension of damage to the temple and the deity’s idol. Goswami Shri Girdharji Maharaja therefore fled to Ahmedabad (Gujarat) and took the idol of the deity with him. There also the apprehension was no less. Then Maharana of Udaipur Shri Rajsingh ji dwarkadhish-in-nathdwararequested Shri Girdhar Maharaj and hence the idol was brought to Kankaroli where it was enshrined in a nearby village Asotiya, in Vikram Samvat 1726. When the temple on bank of Rajsamand had been completed, the idol was enshrined there in the temple.

 

Since this all happened in the times of Goswami Shri Girdharji, the building on the hill was named after him as Girdhar Garh. Since then Shri Dwarkadheeshji is enthroned there

 

 

 

Timings:

Mangala Arti 7:00 AM
Shrangar Time 8:15 AM
Gwal  Time 9:15 AM
RajBhog  Time 10:30 AM
Utthapan  Time 4:00 PM
Bhog  Time 4:40 PM
Arti Time 5:15 PM
Shayan  Time 7:00 PM

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