Shrinathji Temple is a hindu sanctuary devoted to Shrinathji in Nathdwara. It is viewed as an imperative journey focus by Vaishnavs. The Swarup or heavenly type of Shrinathji is said to act naturally showed. The icon of the Lord Krishna was moved amid the late seventeenth century to what is presently known as Nathdwara, Rajasthan from Godhan amid a period of social and monetary change in the area. At the point when the symbol achieved the spot at town Sihad or Sinhad, the wheels of bullock truck in which the icon was being transported sank pivot somewhere down in mud and couldn't be moved any more remote.
The going with ministers understood that the specific place was the Lord's picked spot and in like manner, a sanctuary was worked there under the run and security of the then Maharana Raj Singh of Mewar. Shrinathji Temple is otherwise called 'Haveli of Shrinathji' chateau. The sanctuary was worked by Goswami ministers in 1672. As indicated by the hagiography of the Pushtimarg, Shrinathji used to head out to Mewar to play chaupar a predecessor to Parcheesi with a Princess by the name of Ajab Kuni. She was vexed at whatever point her adored Shrinathji would return to Vraj and requesting that he remain with her in the royal residence. Ruler Shrinathji said that one day, when the time was correct, he would re-situate to Rajasthan.