Very pretty dont fall for pundits asking for paid darshan, darshan is separate for gents and ladies.
I can't believe that people can ask for money, money and more money just for Darshan of The Lord. And one doesn't even get to stand for a minute in front of The Lord, u are pushed ahead to make room for the others coming in. The surroundings are also not very well kept unfortunately. Be very careful while shopping.... More
Srinathji Temple is a religious place of Shri Krishna, opens 7 to 8, then 9 to 10 in the morning after every hour's gap. beautiful krishna bhagwan's manmohak statue in the middle of the temple. After darshan we can get prasad of Mathadi. A small market is out side of temple, don't forget to buy Variyali and Khas Sarbat from... More
Srinathji Temple draws lots of crowd, specially a lot of tourists going from Udaipur towards Jaipur. Pandits or so called guides are a nightmare here. Makes the entire walk to the temple so irritating. I wish the temple management start taking actions to prevent the place becoming so commercialized.
Srinathji Temple is dedicated to child Krishna and excels in beauty and grandeur. All the seven Darshans at the temple offer a spectacle of color, beauty and devotion. The temple can get crowded but well worth a visit.
The place is highly religious importance and gives ooprtunity for divine darshan of Lord Krishna. There are certain timings of the temple and u should make query about the same before going. Further at the teple premises lot of people will say that they will provide u opprotunity of VIP darshan without watse of time and all but please dont... More
Shri Nathdwara (a pathway to Lord Shri Krishna) literally means the gateway to the Lord ShriNathji. This great Vaishnavite shrine was built in the 17th century on spot exactly identified by the Lord himself. The legends have it that the idol of the Lord Krishna was being transferred to safer place from Vrindaban to protect it from the destructive wrath... More
Nathdwara is a famous Teerth of India & one must go there to seek the blessings of the Lord Krishna. From Udaipur its a scenic one hour trip & on the way you can visit Eklingji & Nagda Temple. Start early around 9 AM from Udaipur & after these two places reach Nathdwara around 11 AM. The temple opens for... More
A little crowded, but a priest helped us. Our cab driver called the priest who guided us. The temple was closed at the time- we waited for the initial rush to abate, but then had good darshan of the Lord. We felt truly blessed.
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