Shrinathji Temple is also known as Nathdwara. It is located in Rajasthan, India. It is 45 Km away from Udaipur. Nathdwara means ‘Gateway to Shrinathji’. Nathdwara Temple was built in the 17th century. To reach Nathdwara different transport facilities are available like a bus, railway, airport (56 Km far from Nathdwara), etc. Devotees flock to the city throughout the year but particularly during festivals such as Deepawali, Holi, and Janmashthami it is impossible to find a place to stay.
During Deepawali people turn out in large numbers to witness ‘GauKrida’ or cow-play which is followed by ‘Annakuta’ in which a rice heap is made before the chief deity and different kinds of delicacies are prepared which are plundered first by the viewers and thereafter by the tribal people. Inside the temple complex, the wells of ghee, and oil, the mills of gold and silver, and Mahaprabhuji’s Baithak are worth viewing. Even today, no festival is complete here without Shreenathji.
|Mangla / मंगला||5:45 AM To 6:20 AM|
|Shringar / श्रृंगार||7:45 AM To 8:10 AM|
|Gwal / ग्वाल||–|
|Rajbhog / राजभोग||10:45 AM To 12:15 PM|
|Uthapan / उथापन||4:15 PM To 4:30 PM|
|Bhog / भोग||–|
|Aarti / आरती||5:00 PM To 5:40 PM|
|Shayan / शयन||7:15 PM To 7:45 PM|
Note: Darshan Time may vary according to the Festival…
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