The Jagad Mandir at Dwaraka, otherwise called Dwarakadheesh Temple, is one among the four journey locales incorporated into the Char Dham. Thought to be a blessed site where Lord Krishna managed and lived, the first sanctuary was worked by Krishna's grandson, Vajranabha. The present sanctuary was throughout the years by a few rulers. Worked in Chalukyan style of engineering, what emerges are the two sanctuary towers or shikhars, one in excess of 50 m in stature. The sanctuary is five storied and has seventy two complicatedly outlined columns. The symbol of Dwarakadheesh is produced using a sparkling dark stone. The sanctuary has a 52 yard long banner which can be viewed similarly as from 10 km. Perceived as an UNESCO World Heritage Site, this sanctuary is gone to by many supporters from all finished India. The sanctuary timings are from 6.30 am to 1.00 pm and 5.00 pm to 9.30 pm. One can likewise visit Gomati Ghat, Sri Adhishankara Dwaraka Peetham, Sri Kalyana Narayana Perumal Temple and Hari Kund which are arranged at walk capable separations from the sanctuary. The best time to visit is amid Janmashtami which is commended with extraordinary excitement and shading. Jagad Mandir is effortlessly open by street.