Rukshamanee Mandir is devoted to the adored spouse of Lord Krishna, Devi Rukmani. Among all His 16,108 spouses, Devi Rukmani was Lord Krishna's top pick. The Rukshamanee Mandir, which is otherwise called Rukmani Temple, highlights fluctuated sketches of the twelfth century on its dividers. These artistic creations catch the time spent by Lord Krishna and Devi Rukmani. The sanctuary is arranged around 1.5 km from the fundamental town, on the Okha roadway. It is situated on the banks of Bhagirathi River, which can be seen while making a trip to Beyt Dwarka. The Mandir contains a wonderful marble divinity of Devi Rukmani, with four hands or Chaturbhuja. These four hands hold Shanka, Chakra, Gada and Padma, which symbolize her being rebirth of Goddess Maha Lakshmi. Because of the revile spelled by Rishi Durvasa to Devi Rukmani, this Rukshamanee Mandir is set far from the principle Dwarkadish Temple in the town. Voyagers can go to this sanctuary by neighborhood transports, auto rickshaws or by foot.