Sri Dwarkadheesh Mandir is one of the oldest and largest temples of Mathura city in States of Indiaof India, India. This is a prime and famous Hindu shrine, and its cutting-edge shape became constructed up by way of Seth Gokul Das Parikh, the treasurer of then Gwalior State in 1814, with approval and heavy donation from Shrimant Daulatrao Scindia Maharajah of Gwalior. It was constructed for the famous Hindu deity Dwarkadheesh. There the main deity is of Lord Dwarkadheesh, a shape of Lord Krishna seen in a black Marble idol named Dwarkanath.
With him is the White marble idol of his counterpart deity Rukmini Devi. The temple is having a terrific large premises with the primary building enclosed through a magnificently carved Rajasthani fashion entrance with steep steps main to temple courtyard. In the vital courtyard a platform is constructed up covered up with 3 rows of richly carved pillars and help the ceiling which is likewise superbly painted. Another small temple of any other form of Lord Krishna Shaligram is likewise built up inside the temple courtyard.