Samudra Narayana Temple is arranged at the Gomati Sangam Ghat, which is at the back of the principle Dwarkadish Temple. The god in the Samudra Narayana Temple is goddess Gomati, who is accepted to be brought from paradise by Rishi Vasistha. This sanctuary is encompassed by Panchanada Tirtha, which contains 5 wells that have sweet water. There is likewise a Chakra Narayana Temple adjacent the Samudra Narayana Temple, which includes a stone set apart with a chakra that shows Lord Vishnu. This sanctuary is near the conversion of Gomati River and Arabian Sea. The fundamental symbols cherished in the sanctuary are that of Samudra Deva, Lord Varuna, Mother Astha Bhavani and Mira Bai. There is a consecrated kund or tank in the sanctuary, where a few stately forfeits are performed. This sanctuary is likewise found near a reflection buckle, Manoratha Dwar, where holy people are seen charmed in contemplation.