Shree Nathji Temple

Location: Nathdwara In Rajasamand District, Rajasthan
Dedicated To: Lord Shrinath Ji (Lord Krishna)
Religion: Hinduism
Main Attraction: One of the pilgrimages of the Hindus/ Vaishnavites
Visit Timings:
  • Mangala: 6:00 am
  • Shringar: 7.15 AM
  • Gwal: 9.15 AM
  • Rajbhog: 11:30 AM
  • Uthapan: 3.30 PM
  • Bhog: 4.15 PM
  • Aarti: 5.00 PM/li>
  • Shyan: 6.30 PM
Near By Temples: Sachiyamata Group of Temples, Ancient Step Well, Jain Temple, Pipplaj mata Temple..


The Gate of Lord Nathdwara is one of the principal places of pilgrimages for Hindus. The temple of Shree Nathji (Lord Krishna) was built in the 17th century at the spot decided by the lord himself. The idol of Shri Nathji is carved out of a single black marble and has its one arm risen as if it is holding the Govardhan Mountain while the other arm is placed as if it is showering blessings. Legend has it that due to destruction of temples by Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb, the image of Lord Krishna was transferred from Vrindavan and the chariot carrying the image got stuck at the place where the lord wanted the temple to be built.

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