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Rukshamanee Mandir

Okha Highway | 1.5 Km from Main Town, Dwarka, India
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Rukmani Mada temple - Beautiful Mathaji

This temple is located in the outskirts of Dwaraka and it is believed that your travel to Dwarka is... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Sowmya M
,
Chennai (Madras), India
Not very Known - Temple dedicated to Rukmini (Krishna's wife)

Not very Known - this is close to Dwarka, while you are driving from Dwarka towards Nageshwar... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Ravi D
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New Delhi, India
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Okha Highway | 1.5 Km from Main Town, Dwarka, India
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This temple is located in the outskirts of Dwaraka and it is believed that your travel to Dwarka is incomplete if you did not visit this temple. This temple is dedicated for Mata Rukmini - Wife of Lord Krishna. The story behind this temple is...More

Thank Sowmya M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Not very Known - this is close to Dwarka, while you are driving from Dwarka towards Nageshwar Mahadev. Definitely worth a visit . Its an exclusive temple for Rukmini. .Beautiful flags adore the temple

Thank Ravi D
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

generally visited while visiting the dwarka and other temples. a little away from dwarka. nice quiet place with lot of carvings. worth a visit.

Thank IYERSS
Reviewed 13 April 2017

It is special because there may not be other exclusive temples for Rukmini. Hence has puranic/historic value. Otherwise, it is just another temple. One has a chance to donate for drinking water for the locals in this temple.

Thank Krishnamurthys
Reviewed 9 April 2017

It's on the way to nageshwar temple from dwarka. As mentioned, it's temple of lord shree krishna's wife rukshamanee devi.

Thank BrijeshBMehta
Reviewed 30 March 2017

very beautiful Place, and legend says that Lord Krishna and Rukmini will not have a temple where they both will be placed, and they will be kept apart in Dwarka

Thank Yogesh S
Reviewed 29 March 2017

This is only rukhmani temple in the world and its a old temple located on bit outskirt s of the dwarka town on okha dwarka way.

Thank Suyog1981
Reviewed 25 March 2017

a nice little place on the okha highway. The temple entrance is quite narrow and you have to put up with the panditjis who regulate the traffic!of people. If they see a large group of tourists, they have a preference of individual visitors. the temple...More

Thank tauruskvs
Reviewed 24 March 2017

Exactly two miles (as the crow flies, and as willed by the Gods) from Dwarakadish temple, this small temple is dedicated to a consort of Lord Krishna named as Rukhmani. The idol is of white marble (not black granite) and is continuously washed with water,...More

Thank Arkushenoy
Reviewed 9 March 2017 via mobile

Beautiful architecture, ASI protected living temple. Idol of Rukmini is worshiped and depending on crowd, the priest summarizes a short narrative of temple legends and also about various donations for devotees. Photography is prohibited inside the sanctum, however outside one can marvel at exquisite stone...More

Thank samsamal
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