Shri Nageshwar Temple
Shri Nageshwar Temple – The Nageshwar Temple (Nagnath Temple) is 12 km away from the Dwarkadhish Temple. It is an important Shaivite pilgrimage site. This is because it is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva (What are those?). The temple is unique as the Shiva Lingam faces south and the Nandi faces east. 5 of the 12 divine jyotirlingas are in Maharashtra. Do you want to know about them?
The Rukmini Mandir
It is 2 km away from The Dwarkadhish Temple. The Temple is for Devi Rukmini, wife of Lord Krishna. The idol of Devi Rukmini has “Chaturbhuj” or four hands. Further, each hand holds a Shanka, Chakra, Gada, and the Padma. This is so because Devi Rukmini was a reincarnation of Goddess Mahalakshmi.
The Island is 30 km away from Dwarka. Also, it houses a 500-year-old temple built by Sri Vallabhacharya. The white pristine beaches at the Island are very popular among the places near Dwarkadhish temple for water sports and picnics.
Gomati Sangam Ghat
One can reach the Sangam Ghat by descending 56 steps opposite to Swarga Dwar. Also, this place signifies the junction of River Gomati with the ocean. Also, one can visit other several smaller shrines dedicated to Lord Krishna and his friend Sudama among the places near Dwarkadhish Temple.
The Gita Mandir
The Birla family built the temple in 1970 and dedicated it to the teachings of The Bhagavad Gita. The walls of the temple contain hymns from the Bhagwad Gita.