- 120 Minutes Drive
A prominent pilgrimage, the temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna whose central idol has been carved out of a single block of marble. It is said that Goswami Dev fled from Mathura to escape Aurangzeb with this idol to Udaipur. However, his chariot got stuck in Nathdwara (48kms away). He took it as divine will and decided to consecrate it on the spot.
The temple town of Nathdwara also offers some great street food in the narrow alleys leading upto the shrine. In addition, Nathdwara is also the home of the Pichhwai paintings.
Plan your visit to Nathdwara keeping in mind the 6 darshan times scattered throughout the day. Devotees throng to this deity during most festivals such as Holi, Deepawali etc. but the maximum influx is during Janamashtami.
Mana Hotels can arrange this half day excursion for you at your request.
Mangla 06:00am to 06:30am
Shringar 07:15am to 07:45am
Gwal 09:15am to 09:30am
Rajbhog 11:15am to 12:05pm
Uthapan 03:45pm to 04:05pm
Bhog 04:45pm to 05:05pm
Aarti 05:15pm to 06:00pm
- Please note that the above darshan timings change from season to season.