- Nageshwar Temple
The Nageshwar Temple in Dwarka is one of India's 12 Jyotirlingas. It is situated on the coast of Saurashtra in Gujarat, between Gomati Dwarka and Bait Dwarka Island. The major deity here, Lord Shiva, also known as Nageshwar Mahadev, is also known as Nagnath Temple. Those who pray at the Nageshwar Jyotirlinga, according to the Shiva Purana, become rid of all poisons, snake bites, and worldly attractions. The statue or Linga here faces south, as opposed to other Nageshwar temples. The huge 80-foot-tall statue of Lord Shiva is a main attraction of Nageshwar Temple. The temple itself is built in the traditional Hindu style. The Nageshwar Shiva Linga is fashioned of the Dwarka Shila, a stone with little chakras on it. It is shaped like a 3-Mukh Rudraksha. The significance of Nageshwar Jyotirlinga originates from the fact that it is thought to be the first of India's 12 Jyotirlingas. The temple is built on the human body's sayanam (sleeping) posture, according to Vaastu Shastra principles. The Nageshwar Jyotirlinga Temple enjoys a magnificent celebration during the Maha Shivaratri holiday, drawing thousands of worshippers from all over the world.
Distance: Nageshwar Temple is 68 kilometers away from Khambhalia
- Rukmini Devi Temple
The Rukmini Devi Temple, an ancient tale of separation, lies roughly 1.5 kilometers from the Dwarka city center. Via its mural carvings and other features, this 12th-century relic carries out several obvious architectural marvels of the time. Rukmini Devi and her husband, Lord Krishna, pick up the sage Durvesha for supper in the Hindu mythical story surrounding this temple. Rukmini Devi stopped on the way to quench her thirst at the Ganges, with the assistance of her husband. Durvesha Muni, who is known for her sharp temper, became upset when she did not offer him any water. As a result, he summoned Rukmini Devi to separate her from Lord Krishna. As a result, her shrine is located on the outskirts of Dwarka, but Lord Krishna's temple is located within the city.
Distance: Rukhmini Devi Temple is 81 kilometers away from Khambhalia
- Gita Temple
The Gita Temple in Dwarka was built in 1970 by the industrialist family Birla out of white marble, resulting in a stunning and awe-inspiring structure. The temple was built to capture and preserve the lessons and values of the Hindu sacred scripture, the Bhagavad Gita. The walls of the temple are adorned with Gita quotations. Pilgrims can find accommodation on the temple grounds.
Distance: Gita Temple is 80 kilometers away from Khambhalia