Bhadkeshwar Mahadev Temple
Dwarka is a pilgrim town lies on the western edge of Gujarat overlooking the Arabian Sea. Dwarkadish Temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna and one of the most significant for Krishna devotees. Lord Krishna's grandson built the temple. The Jagat temple, which forms the sanctum of this temple, is at least 2500 years old.
Few kilometers further North of Dwarka is Okha. Across Coast of Okha is Beyt Dwarka, which can be approached via a short boat ride. Beyt Dwarka is a popular excursion ex-Dwarka.
Nageshwar Temple at Dwarka is considered one of the 12 Jyotirlinga Shiva Temples and visited alongwith Dwarka.
Temple timings at Dwarkadhish temple and Beyt Dwarka need to be considered before planning a darshan.
Dwarka is a popular pilgrimage ex-Ahmedabad / Ex-Jamnagar / Ex-Rajkot and visited all round the year. One typically combines Somnath (Jyotirlinga Shiva Temple at 200+ kms) as a part of Short – break pilgrimage Itinerary.