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The distance between Ahmedabad and Dwarka is approximately 450 kilometers, which takes around 9 hours by road.

Dwarka is an ancient city known for the revered Dwarkadhish Temple, dedicated to Lord Krishna. Legend has it that Lord Krishna moved to this coastal town to establish his capital. Marine excavations along the Dwarka coast have revealed significant evidence of an ancient city, possibly the ‘Dwarawati’ of Krishna’s stories. Today, Dwarka is not only a major pilgrimage site but also a pleasant spot for a beach holiday.

  • Explore the Sabha Mandapa, a 60-pillared hall within the Dwarkadhish Temple, housing scriptures dating back almost 2500 years.
  • Attend the evening Aarti at Dwarkadhish temple.
  • Bet Dwarka: Situated 30 km from Dwarka, Bet is surrounded by the sea on all sides. Reach Bet from Dwarka via Okha by road and then take a short sea journey by a small boat.
  • Nageshwar Temple: Located on the route between Gomati Dwarka and Bait Dwarka Island, this temple houses the Jyotirlinga of Lord Shiva known as Nageshwar Mahadev. It symbolizes protection from all poisons.
  • Explore the Rukmini Temple, an architectural masterpiece dating back to the 12th-13th century.
  • Visit Gopi Talav, where Lord Krishna is said to have played with the Gopika Strees (Gopika Women).
  • The distance between Dwarka and Somnath is approximately 250 kilometers, which takes around 5 hours by road.
  • Early morning, visit the Dwarkadhish Temple and witness the Aarti.
  • After breakfast, drive to Somnath via Porbandar.
  • Enroute, explore Porbandar, a coastal heritage town with a rich history of trade with Africa and Arabia. Visit Kirti Mandir, the house of Mahatma Gandhi and Kasturba, now a museum.
  • Continue to drive to Somnath.
  • Visit Bhalka Tirth, where Lord Krishna was wounded by an arrow and decided to leave his human form.

The distance between Somnath and Ahmedabad is approximately 415 kilometers, which takes around 8 hours by road.

  • Ahmedabad, founded in 1411 AD, is known as the ‘Manchester of the East’ and India’s Textile City. The old city boasts intricate by-lanes called ‘polls’ and exquisite carved wooden mansions.
  • Explore the blend of Hindu and Muslim architecture, including modern buildings designed by renowned architects Le Corbusier and Louis Kahn.
  • Transfer to Ahmedabad Airport/Railway Station for your onward journey.

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