Dwarka one of the seven places sacred to the Hindus
Dwarka is one of the seven places sacred to the Hindus. The city is therefore a very important pilgrimage place.
Dwarka is one of the seven places sacred to the Hindus, but it is also one of the four sacred houses, together with Badrinath, Puri and Rameshwaram. The city is therefore a very important pilgrimage place.
Dwarka is part of the legends connected to Lord Krishna, in fact it is an important Hindu pilgrimage center. The Dwarkadhish temple with its Ghats, also known as Jagat Mandir, is the most famous in the city. It has five floors, and is supported by sixty "Sikhar" pillars and reaches a height of 170 feet. The other temples of Dwarka are Trikamji, Kalyani, Patrani, Durva.
Dwarka: the oldest submerged city
From the ruins of this city, which were found at the bottom of the sea, it is noted that Dwarka was the cradle of a civilization that is far from primitive: it was in fact very rich and flourishing.
Ancient authors speak of the city of Dwarka, saying that it contained an exorbitant number of buildings built entirely in crystal and decorated with emeralds.
The city was extremely well protected and could only be reached by boat. The city was also extremely well planned: divided into six sectors that were in turn divided into residential and commercial areas. The city was home to beautiful large streets, incredibly decorated squares, gardens and artificial lakes, and more than 800 gold buildings and precious stones.
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