It is Mathura’s most beautiful temple known throughout the country for its ornate construction and murals. Lord Dwarkadheesh, a form of Lord Krishna known as Dwarkanath, sits like a black marble idol in the shrine. There are a plethora of stunning ceiling paintings depicting various elements of the Lord’s life. In addition, the beautiful Rajasthani architectural patterns and craftsmanship make the complex appear even more majestic. The Dwarkadhish temple offers you several exciting activities that increase during the Shravan month when Lord Krishna cradles inside a Hindola (a type of a swing set). It is one of the most visited temples in Mathura. Thousands of visitors gather here every day to pay their respects to Lord Krishna. Seth Gokul Das Parikh, an ardent devotee of Lord Krishna, built the Dwarkadhish temple in 1814.
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