If you are in Nathdwara, you can’t afford to miss the maìgala-ärati. Right at quarter past five in the morning, the famous Shenai band calls upon everyone to join in for the early-morning prayers to the Lord. The band then sits there, chants and plays musical instruments.
Located at a distance of 48 kilometers from Udaipur, Nathdwara is famous as the abode of Sri Nathji. The entire town lives around Sri Nathji and you will be pleased to be greeted with “Jaya Sri Kishna”, “Hare Krishna” by the people living here.
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Eklinga ji Temple
About 30 kilometers south of Nathdwara, the Eklinga Ji Temple is located in the small village of Kailashapuri. This beautiful temple is made with white marble and dates back to 1473. The doors and lamps are made in silver while Lord Shiva’s four-faced deity is made in black marble. You can visit the temple during 4.30 to 6.30 am, 10.30 am to 1 pm, and 5.30 to 7 pm everyday.
Almost 54 kilometers away from Nathdwara, Charbujaji temple is devoted to Lord Krishna in his four-handed-form. Around this region, the four temples of Charbuja, Ekalingji, Kankroli and Nathdwara represent the four Indian Dhamas of Badrinatha, Ramesvaram, Dwarka and JagannathaPuri.
Kankroli is a captivating temple dedicated to Lord Dwarkadisha, located 18kilometers away from Nathdwara on the bank of Lake of Raja Samand. The main deity of this temple is known to be brought from Mathura, the birthplace of Lord Krishna. The temple has a very soothing and calm surroundings. You can also visit a small beautiful garden in the campus and enjoy some serene time with nature!
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It wouldn’t be wrong to call Nathdwara a paradise for foodies. A number of you might be amazed to know that the eating is a hobby of this place. While in Nathdwara, you can savor in the mouthwatering street food during the darshan timings. Nathdwara takes care of the hunger of both vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike. The specialties of this place are the khaman and thandai.