Dwarka is an ancient city in the northwestern Indian state of Gujarat. It’s known as a Hindu pilgrimage site. The possibility of history in the present society is entirely different than it was 50 years back. Today, we are completely mindful that there are various puzzles that standard researchers experience serious difficulties tolerating and clarifying. There have never been such a large number of disclosures indicating the way that human progress on planet Earth have existed any longer than standard researchers propose. These revelations demonstrate that the human species is, truth be told, a species with amnesia, and we are as yet making a decent attempt to comprehend our starting points and time span of our planet’s inaccessible past when diverse civic establishments occupied Earth.

Here is the list Ancient Pilgrimage Places Around Dwarka Gujarat :- 

Dwarkadhish Temple:


The Dwarkadhish sanctuary, otherwise called the Jagat Mandir and once in a while spelled “Dwarakadheesh”, is a Hindu sanctuary devoted to Lord Krishna, who is loved here by the name Dwarkadhish, or ‘Ruler of Dwarka’. The principle place of worship of the 5-storied building, upheld by 72 columns, is known as Jagat Mandir or Nija Mandir, archeological discoveries propose it to be 2,200 – 2,000 years of age. Sanctuary was amplified in the fifteenth sixteenth century.

Dwarka Lighthouse:


Dwarka Lighthouse was developed at Rupen Creek amid the mid nineteenth century. Keeping in mind the end goal to lift a light, a banner pole was posted at the port, which from that point filled in as a beacon. In 1866, eighteen meters tall square pinnacle was built at this site, alongside an establishment of an oil wick light.

Somnath Temple:


Somnath Temple in Dwarka speaks to one of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva. The word Somnath alludes to the defender of Moon God. This sanctuary is arranged in Prabhas Kshetra close Veraval, which is situated along the western shoreline of Gujarat.

Gopi Talav:


Gopi Talav or the Gopi Tank is a little lake encompassed by shoe like yellow sand, known as Gopi Chandan. This Chandan is utilized by lovers of Lord Krishna to make tilak checks on their bodies. The Talav has an uncommon centrality in the Hindu folklore, as it is accepted to be where gopis came to see Lord Krishna in Dwarka.

Beyt Dwarka:


Beyt Dwarka is an island, arranged at a separation of 30 km from the fundamental town. This island is encompassed by couple of sanctuaries, white shoreline and coral reefs. The primary sanctuary at Beyt Dwarka is that of Lord Krishna, which is accepted to be situated at a site that was at one time the habitation of Lord Krishna and His family. This sanctuary is more than 500 years of age and was worked by Sri Vallabhacharya.

Nageshwara Jyotirlinga Temple:


Nageshwara Jyotirlinga Temple, additionally called the Nagnath sanctuary, is situated in the edges of Dwarka, in Gujarat. It is a popular Lord Shiva Shrine in India, which is arranged between Gomati Dwarka and Beyt Dwarka Island. Nageshwara is one of 12 Jyotirlingas specified in the Shiva Purana.

Dwarka Beach:


Along the Arabian Sea drift, Dwarka Beach is a decent place to unwind in the nighttimes. Well known among both local people and visitors, Dwarka Beach is found very near the fundamental sanctuaries around the local area.