Dwarka is among India's many pilgrimage sites and one of the seven sacred cities known as Mokshada which means 'bestower of liberation'. Dwarka is said to be the kingdom of Lord Krishna. Millions of pilgrims flock to Dwarka because it is considered to be one of the four principal holy places or chaar dham.
The city of Dwarka sits on the Gomti River on the Arabian Sea. There are many stories about the city of Dwarka. One such ancient legends state that the entire city was swept by a giant wave of water.
Dwarka has some renowned temples like the Rukmini Devi temple, Gomti ghat and Dwarkadeesh Temple. There is a lighthouse in the end point of Dwarka which is a beautiful sunset point. Dwarka offers you the spiritual bit of Gujarat. The temples in Dwarka have significant mythological signficance.
Dwarka, as the name suggests means the gateway to heaven. Go experience the holiness and spiritualism of the enchating city of Dwarka when in Gujarat.