Nathdwara is a town in India's western province of Rajasthan. It is situated in the Aravalli slopes, on the banks of the Banas River in Rajsamand District, 48 kilometers north-east of Udaipur. This town is well known for its sanctuary of Krishna which houses the god of Shrinathji, a fourteenth century, 7-year-old "newborn child" manifestation of Krishna. The divinity was initially venerated at JATIPURA Mathura and was moved in the 1672 from Godhan slope, close Mathura along sacred stream Yamuna in the wake of being held at Agra for right around a half year.
Truly, Nathdwara signifies 'Portal to Shrinathji God'. Nathdwara is a huge Vaishnavite hallowed place relating to the Pushti Marg or the Vallabh Sampradaya or the Shuddha Advaita established by Vallabha Acharya, loved chiefly by individuals of Gujarat and Rajasthan, among others. Vitthal Nathji, child of Vallabhacharya regulated the love of Shrinathji at Nathdwara.Nathdwara town itself is prominently alluded to as 'Shrinathji', after the managing god.