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Tips for Dwarkadheesh Temple in Dwarka

A temple dedicated to the King of Dwarka
Dwarkadhish Temple In Dwarka

Rated 4.3/5 (based on 205 reviews)

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On Arrival

Ideal Duration:

2-3 Hours

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A few tips for Dwarkadhish Temple are listed below in order to make your trip much more comfortable.


Though there are no official statements from the Dwarkadhish Temple authorities, visitors are never seen in shorts and other skimpy clad dresses. It’s advised to visit in business casuals within the temple premises

Apart from these tips, you can personally check the availability of hotels as per your choice. All hotels have food included, though it’s advisable to visit some nearby restaurants too

There are many associated places to visit while you stay in Dwarka which unless visited makes the journey incomplete. It’s advisable by all national and international tourists for a one night stay in Dwarka.

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What are the timings of Dwarkadhish Temple?

Darshan timings are from 6:30 am to 1 pm and from 5 pm to 9:30 pm.

Why is Dwarkadhish Temple so famous?

Dedicated to Lord Krishna, the temple is considered one of the four sacred pilgrimages (Char Dham) among Hindus.

Is photography allowed in Dwarkadhish Temple?

No, photography is prohibited in the temple.