Sri Dwarkadheesh Temple Mathura
Radhey Radhey !! Did you know that Dwarkadheesh temple in Mathura was built in 1814 and is one of the ancient temples of Mathura in Uttar Pradesh state of India. So in today’s discussion, we would talk more about the temple.
Dwarkadheesh temple Mathura was built in 1814 by Seth Gokul Das Parikh of Gwalior. He was treasurer of then Gwalior state. There was a large donation from the Maharaj of Gwalior Shrimant Daulatrao Scindia. The main deity of the temple is that of Lord Dwarkadheesh seen in Black marble while his counterpart deity is that of Radha Rani and is in white marble.
The temple management is follower of Vallabhacharya sect. There is a festival celebrated in the Shravan month every year and is called the Hindola Festival. The temple is built in Rajasthani architecture. The artis in the temple are infused with emotions and carve an imprint on the heart.
The temple closes at noon till evening every day. In order to reach the temple, one can reach Mathura by rail and there on one can hire a taxi or even auto-rickshaws are available. The nearest airport to Mathura town is Agra.
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