Sudama Setu is a pedestrian suspension bridge in Dwarka, Gujarat, India. It is known as for Sudama, a youth buddy of Krishna. A pedestrian bridge over Gomti river connects Jagat Mandir of mainland Dwarka and Panchnad or Panchkui Tirth on the island in southeast of it. The bridge became proposed in 2005 to enhance tourism at the island. The island has religious as well archaeological importance. There are five candy water well called Panchkui associated with 5 Pandava brothers of Mahabharata.
Gomti river was crossed by way of boats till the construction of the bridge. As Jagat Mandir is Archaeological Survey of India covered site, the permission changed into needed for the development of bridge. The Vadodara circle of ASI gave nod to the bridge in 2008. The floor breaking rite for bridge became hung on five May 2011 via Gujarat Tourism minister Jaynarayan Vyas and Rajya Sabha MP Parimal Nathwani.The creation of bridge behind schedule due as ASI Delhi did now not granted permit till 2013. The bridge became completed in February 2016.