Located at a comfortable driving of 48 kilometers from Udaipur, Nathdwara is a town that blooms with Rajasthani culture and tradition. Nathdwara owes its popularity to the famous Lord Krishna’s Shrinathji Temple, which is visited by thousands of devotees every year. The place is also famous for its Pichwai paintings and Terracotta handicraft which date back to over 2,000 years.
While in Nathdwara, jüSTa Brij Bhoomi is an ideal resort for experiencing the rich heritage and spirituality of the town. Designed with the sensitivity to Nathdwara’s spiritual significance, the hotel is nestled on a hill top, merely 1.5 kilometers away from Shrinathji Temple.
Besides this, the town is also known for other tourist attractions as well. Read on to know more about these spots!
A visit to Srinathji Temple is a must when you are in the holy town of Nathdwara. There are 8 different timeslots for Darshan at the temple and the best time to visit is during the afternoon aarti as it is the most magnificent one. During Hindu festivals, one can see thousands of devotees visiting the temple, from all across the nation, to seek blessings of Lord Krishna.
Haldighati is known to be the place where a famous battle was fought between Mughal ruler Akbar and Maharana Pratap in 1576 AD. It is a historical site and has a ‘Chhatri’ dedicated to the indomitable hero and his loyal charger, made in delicate white marble. It is one of the amazing spots in Nathdwara where you can have a great time with friends and family.
Situated on the banks of River Banas, Kumbhalgarh is located at distance of 50 kilometers from Nathdrawa. This place is known for the fort which still stands high with the second largest man-made wall, making it an interesting tourist destination. You must visit this place for witnessing the wonderful architecture and the grand gates of the fort.
A fort that echoes the story of valor and romance of the Rajputana tradition can not be missed while in discovering the places around Nathdwara. Chittorgarh fort is located at a distance of 107 kilometers from Nathdwara and is the most significant fort in Mewar.
On your next trip to Nathdwara, make sure to visit these places and explore more with jüSTa Brij Bhoomi.