Otherwise called Jagat Mandir or Trilok Sundar Mandir, Dwarkadhish sanctuary is a part of the venerated Chardham yatra in Hinduism. Committed to Lord Dwarkadhish (a type of Lord Krishna), the sanctuary is more than 2500 years of age and draws in enthusiasts from the whole way across the globe. Set on the juncture of Gomati River and Arabian Sea, the heavenly sandstone sanctuary has 5 stories, upheld by 60 segments and has delightful magnificent carvings.
Dwarkadhish sanctuary is one of the Sapt Puris according to Hindu religion and is regularly consolidated with a visit to Beyt Dwarka. The sanctuary is additionally the 108th Divya Desam of Lord Vishnu. On the highest point of the sanctuary is a banner that has a sun and a moon on it, which is changed three times in a day. The present structure of the sanctuary was established around fifteenth and sixteenth century.
The primary entryway that is north passage is known as ‘Moksha Dwara’ (Door to Salvation), then again the passageway on the south is known as ‘Swarga Dwara’ (Gate to Heaven). On the posterior of the entryway, there are 56 stages, driving down towards River Gomati.