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Nathdwara is a town in Rajasthan famous for temple of Lord Shrinathji ( Shri Krishna ). It is the main religious place for Hindus of Pushti Marg Vaishnavs.

One can reach Nathdwara By Roadways, Railways, or Airways. Indian Airlines, Jet Airways & Kingfisher Airlines services are available till Udaipur which is 50 KMS from Shreenathji. Taxi & Bus services are available from Udaipur to reach Nathdwara

Similarly, we can reach Phalna, Udaipur, Chittadgadh & Mavli by Railway which is 120 Kms, 50 Kms, 110 Kms & 30 Kms respectively. Bus & Taxi Services are constantly available.

Facts about Nathdwara Location: South of Jaipur. Distance: Jaipur (355 km), Jodhpur (220 km), Udaipur (48 km) STD Code: 02953 Area: 9.8 sq km. Language: Hindi, gujrati, mewadi & English, Braj bhasha Altitude: 413 meters Clothing: Summer light tropical (cotton) for summer & Light woolen for winter

Weather In Summer: 42 C (Max) - 25 C (Min) In winter: 22 C (Max) - 4 C (Min) Rainy Season : from July to Mid Sept, and very humid (Upton 90%)

Nathdwara is a city in Rajasthan state of western India. It is located in the Aravalli hills[1], on the banks of the Banas River in Rajsamand District, just north of Udaipur. This holy town is famous for its temple of Krishna which houses the Shrinathji, a 12th century "infant" incarnation idol (murti) of Krishna. The idol was moved in the 17th century from Govardhan hill, near Mathura along holy river Yamuna, to protect it from the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb's campaign against Hindu worship in his empire. The Haveli of Shrinathji (as the temple is called), was once a royal palace of the Sesodia Rajput rulers of Mewar. However, the Holkar Marathas did what Aurangzeb could not do, and plundered the area and took booty from the temple in 1734, prompting the Rajputs to wake up to the Maratha threat.

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Attractions Near Nathdwara

Shri Vitthalnathji’s Temple Shri Dwarikadhishji’s Temple (Kankroloi) – 15 kms Shri Hariraiji’s Bhaithak (Khamnor) – 15 kms Chetak Smarak (Haldi Ghaati) - 17 kms Shri Ekling Mahadevji – 35 kms ShriNathji’s Charan-Chowki(Ghasiyaar) – 40 kms ShriNathji’s Charan-Chowki(Udaipur) – 50 kms Chaar Bhujaaji – 52 kms Ranakpur – 108 kms Rushabdevji (Kesariyaji) – 110 kms Shri Aavri Mataji – 110 kms Chittodgadh – 112 kms Mount Abu – 190 kms



Aloo poha, at the time of Mangla darshan


The Thandai made of pure milk and dry fruits is a very famous drink available at Chowppaty. Also one can enjoy kasmiri soda late evening. There is a famous shikanji wala who is jovial in nature. Must drink!



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