Dwarkadish Temple, prominently known as the Jagat Temple, was worked in the sixteenth century. The first Dwarkadish Temple was worked by the considerable grandson of Lord Krishna, King Vajranabha. It is a 5 storied sanctuary developed utilizing sand and limestone. This sanctuary is situated amidst the town, with a 70.5 meters high tower. On the highest point of the sanctuary vault, there is a 24 meters since quite a while ago kaleidoscopic banner, with images of moon and sun on it.
The sanctuary has a stage zone of 1800 sq. feet and includes a sanctum, which is all around bolstered by 60 columns. These columns are made of sandstone and rock, which render additional quality to the sanctum. Sightseers need to move around 56 stages, speaking to the 52 managerial divisions of the Yadava kingdom and staying four speaks to Krishna, Balaram, Pradyuman and Anirudhha, individually.
This Jagat Mandir has two principle doors, one confronting north and another confronting the south. The north passage, which is additionally the principle access to the sanctuary, is known as the 'Moksha Dwara' Door to Salvation. This passage additionally leads towards the town showcase close to the sanctuary.