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Nathdwara - Srinathji Mandir

This ancient kshetra considered as one of the wealthiest of Indian temples in the past; played a dominant role as a reputed seat of Vallabha Sampradaya that propagated Vaishnavism in a spectacular way in the North. Its location is its major plus point. Bordered by a cluster of blue hills, draped in sumptuous verdure with the famous river flowing among them, it heightens the joy of pilgrimage, and hence luring a regular stream of tourists and theists throughout the year. The Rajasthani style of construction using marble in abundance forb every flame, either interior or exterior lends unusual charm to the temple and detains the visitors for long. Despite simple and unostentatious so far the architectural pattern is concerned, the glory of the archamurti-Lord Krishna sculptured out of single piece of black marble popularly known as Srinathji is infinitely high. Extolling its eminence, the locals push back its antiquity to twelfth century and narrate several sports of the Lord that lifted the adorers. Regular ritualistic worship is offered and festivals dear to the Lord like Janmashtami are celebrated with great eclat, when huge crowds congregate to worship with devotional fervour.

It lies 48 km off Udaipur, commanding all kinds of transport facilities.


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