Dwarkadhish Temple Live Darshan Dwarkadhish Temple Located in the center of the town is the Dwarkadhish temple, which was built in the 16th century. Dwarkadhish is another name for Lord Krishna which means “Lord of Dwarka”. The five-storied high temple is built on seventy pillars. The top of the temple is 78.3m (235 ft) high. An eighty-four-foot-long multicolored flag decorated with symbols of the sun and the moon flutters from the dome of the temple. Lord Krishna’s grandson, Vajranabha, is said to have built the original temple of Dwarkadhish at Hari-griha (Lord Krishna’s abode).
The sanctum sanctorum of the temple is formed by Jagat Mandir or Nij Mandir, which is at least 2500 years old. The Jagat Mandir has a tall tower and an audience hall.
The temple has two entrances. The main entrance (North Entrance) is called “Moksha Dwar” (Gate of Salvation). This entrance leads to the main market. The southern entrance is called ‘Swarga Dwar’ (Gate of Heaven). Outside this gate are 56 steps leading to the river Gomti. The audience hails from both ancient and fairly modern sculptures.
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The great epic the Mahabharata and the greatest preacher ever for entire humanity in Bhagavad Gita– are associated with Lord Krishna.
There is an interesting tale of how Lord Shri Krishna became famous as Dwarkadhish.
Under his leadership, Dwarka prospered and became a benchmark for all the nearby kingdoms.
When Jara Sangha attacked Mathura multiple times, he was ably assisted by Dhimak and Hansa.
Shri Krishna had foreseen this strength of Jara Sangha, and therefore, he got them cleverly killed.
In his lifetime, Shri Krishna had to fight with many people who were evil-minded and materialistic.
After leaving Mathura, Shri Krishna crossed Gomantak and established his capital city, Dwarka.
There he revived his life’s goal – establishing a kingdom that will be a Dharma Rajya in the real sense.
When he became the ruler of this kingdom and restored righteousness in the region, he began to be called by the locals as Dwarkadhish’.
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Dwarkadhish Live Darshan makes this possible for the common man across the globe to have glimpses of this great temple. The Dwarka Mandir as we know it today is also called the Jagat Mandir. The main temple is in a five-storied building and is believed to be 2,000 years old.
The temple structure is supported by 72 pillars. The Dwarka Mandir is a Pustimarg temple and, therefore, all the rituals and procedures followed belong to Vitheleshnath and Vallabhacharya.
As per the legend, the original Dwarka Mandir was built by Vajranabha, Lord Krishna’s grandson.
However, this structure was destroyed in the 15th century by Mahmud Begada. The rebuilding took place in the 16th century.
Today, Dwarka is considered one of Hindu’s sacred places and is one of the Char Dhams.
The famous philosopher and theologian, Adi Shankaracharya, visited the Dwarka Mandir, and there is a memorial within the temple complex dedicated to his visit.
The temple for Dwarkadhish darshan has an audience hall or an assembly hall.
Furthermore, there are two entrances to the place of worship – the Moksha Dwar (the main entry door) and the Swarga Dwar (the exit door).
The prominent deity in the sanctum is Dwarkadhish who is seen with four arms. There are two other chambers near the sanctum.
The right chamber has the images of Aniruddha and Pradyumna (the Grandson and Son of Lord Krishna).
The left chamber is of Balarama (Lord Krishna’s elder brother).
There are several other shrines within the temple complex, including the ones for goddesses Lakshmi, Satyabhama, Jambavati, and Radha.
Shrines of sage Durvasa, Balrama, and Madhav Raoji can also be seen in the region. In front of the main deity, there are two more shrines dedicated to Devaki and Radha Krishna.