Dwarkadhish Temple on the banks of the Gomti River in Gujarat is the holiest temple in Gujarat. This temple dedicated to Lord Krishna is considered to be one of the most sacred temples of India along with Gujarat.
Dwarkadhish Temple is about 2 to 200 years old Purana, this temple was built by Vrajbhan during the Krishna period.
Dwarkadhish Temple is known by many names. This temple is also known as the 'Jagat Temple' after Dwarkadhish Temple.
The Dwarkadhish Temple has been constructed in a very grand way. This temple has been constructed in the Chalukya style. The five-story temple is built on 72 pillars.
The two gates present in this temple are considered very important, one door is present in the north direction, which is known as 'Moksha Dwar', the other is towards the south direction which is also known as 'Swarga Dwar'.