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Best time to visit

October - March

Recommended stay

1 to 2 days

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About Nathdwara

A city devoted to temple and holy shrines, Nathdwara is a home to the famous Shrinathji Temple. The natural vistas of this city enthralls all its visitors with scenic beauty and unmatchable landscapes. The abundance of flaura that sets in this lovely backdrop is one thing to please the eyes of the spectators. Shopping can be fun at Nathdwara as one can purchase rich ethnic crafts which depict the religious sentiments. One can also visit the Charbhuja, a small town located in the outskirts of the city and Dwarkadeesh which is known for its spiritual attractions.

Places To See

Dwarkadheesh Temple
Located in the Kankroli Village, the temple represents the Vaishnavas and the Vallabhacharya sects. It is dedicated to Lord Krishna. The red stone idol of the deity which is housed in the temple is believed to have been brought from Mathura.
Tip: The Navchauki Dam, also known as Kankroli Dam, is located close to the temple. It attracts a fair share of bird, both local and migratory.

Srinathji Temple
The ancient shrine dates back to the 12th century. Dedicated to Lord Krishna, the temple is considered as the second richest Indian temple after the Tirupati Temple in Andhra Pradesh. The fort of Bor Rajputs is also located near the temple.

This small town near Nathdwara is famous for the Charbhuja Ji Temple. The shrine is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and is famous for its exquisite architectural style. There is also a small fort located here.

Eklingji Temple
One of the most popular and ancient religious centers of Udaipur, this temple is located at about 24 km away from the main city. It was constructed by Acharya Viswaroopa in 734 AD. Spread across an area of around 2, 500 sq ft, it houses 108 temples in its compound.

Things To Do

An interesting shopping experience awaits you in Nathdwara. The town offers rich ethnic handicrafts at quite affordable prices. You can also buy Pichhwai paintings and terracotta handworks. Also available on sale are silver ornaments and silver curios.

Located at a distance of 15 km from Nathdwara, this town is set on the banks of the Rajsamand Lake. It is famous for beautiful marble and handloom products. Some other attractions such as Kankroli Dam, Kumbhalgarh Fort and Haldighati are also located nearby.