Dwarka Yatra is a sacred pilgrimage journey to the ancient city of Dwarka, located in the western state of Gujarat, India. This holy city is believed to be the dwelling place of Lord Krishna and is considered one of the four most sacred places for Hindus.

“Dham Yatra” offers a comprehensive Dwarka Yatra package that takes you on a spiritual journey through the revered temples and shrines of Dwarka. The yatra begins with a visit to the Dwarkadhish Temple, which is dedicated to Lord Krishna and is believed to have been built over 2,500 years ago.

Next on the itinerary is a visit to the Nageshwar Jyotirlinga Temple, which houses one of the twelve sacred Jyotirlingas in India. This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is said to possess great spiritual energy.

The tour also includes a visit to the Bet Dwarka Island, which is believed to be the place where Lord Krishna lived with his family during his reign in Dwarka. The island houses several ancient temples and is known for its picturesque beauty.

In addition to these sacred sites, our yatra also includes a visit to the Rukmini Devi Temple, which is dedicated to Lord Krishna’s consort Rukmini, and the Gomti Ghat, a holy site on the banks of the Gomti River.

Our Dwarka Yatra package includes comfortable accommodations, transportation, and the services of an experienced guide who will provide insights into the history and significance of each site visited. Join us on this spiritual journey to Dwarka and experience the divinity and serenity of this sacred city.

Boat Riding

Boat riding in a Dham (sacred place) with ISKCON devotees that includes Krishna kathas, sankirtan, games, and full of Krishna consciousness can be a joyful and memorable experience for many devotees. It allows one to appreciate the beauty and serenity of the water while also engaging in devotional activities.

As devotees travel on the boat, they can participate in sankirtan, chanting the holy names of Lord Krishna, and hearing Krishna kathas, stories about the Lord’s pastimes and teachings. This creates a devotional atmosphere that helps one connect with the divine and deepen their spiritual practice.

The boat ride can also provide an opportunity for fun and games among the devotees, further strengthening the sense of community and camaraderie. As they enjoy each other’s company, devotees can also share experiences and insights about their spiritual journeys, further deepening their connection with each other and Lord Krishna.

Overall, boat riding in a Dham with ISKCON devotees can be a joyful and uplifting experience, allowing one to connect with the divine, appreciate the natural beauty of the surroundings, and build a sense of community among like-minded devotees. It’s important to note, however, that safety should be a top priority when engaging in any activities on the water, and devotees should follow all relevant safety guidelines and instructions.

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The Dwarka Somnath Dham Yatra is a spiritual pilgrimage organized by the devotees of the Hare Krishna Mandir. The Yatra will start on January 25 and end on January 28, covering a period of 4 days and 3 nights. During this time, the participants will visit several holy sites, including Dwarkadhish temple, Bhet Dwarka, Nageshwar mahadev, Gopi talav, Rukmani mandir, Gomti river, Mool dwarka, Porbandar, Jambavant gufa, Somnath temple and more. The journey will be conducted via flight and nearby places will be visited via bus. The Yatra is open to devotees of the Hare Krishna Mandir who wish to deepen their spiritual connection with Lord Krishna. The main focus of the Yatra will be on Hare Krishna Sankirtan, the chanting of the holy names of Lord Krishna. Participants will also be served delicious prasadam, the sanctified food offered to Lord Krishna. The journey will be comfortable and spiritual with Krishna Katha pastime narration being provided to keep the participants engaged throughout the Yatra. Overall Dwarka Somnath Dham Yatra is a wonderful opportunity for devotees to embark on a spiritual journey and deepen their devotion to Lord Krishna while visiting several holy sites along the way.
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Bus Travel

Bus travel with ISKCON devotees that includes Krishna kirtanas, prasadam, sankirtan, games, and full of Krishna consciousness can be an enriching and spiritually uplifting experience for many devotees. It provides an opportunity to be in the association of like-minded people and immerse oneself in the devotional atmosphere.

The chanting of Krishna kirtanas (devotional songs) and sankirtan (group chanting of the holy name of Krishna) can help one connect with the divine and experience a sense of spiritual elevation. The distribution and consumption of prasadam, the food offered to Lord Krishna, can purify the mind and body and bring one closer to the divine.

The games and activities conducted during the bus journey can also be a fun way to engage in devotional service and build a sense of community and camaraderie among the devotees.

However, it’s important to note that the experience of bus travel with ISKCON devotees may vary depending on individual preferences and expectations. It’s essential to research and understand the nature of the event before attending and make sure it aligns with your personal beliefs and values.

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The Dwarka Somnath Dham Yatra is a spiritual pilgrimage organized by the devotees of the Hare Krishna Mandir. The Yatra will start on January 25 and end on January 28, covering a period of 4 days and 3 nights. During this time, the participants will visit several holy sites, including Dwarkadhish temple, Bhet Dwarka, Nageshwar mahadev, Gopi talav, Rukmani mandir, Gomti river, Mool dwarka, Porbandar, Jambavant gufa, Somnath temple and more. The journey will be conducted via flight and nearby places will be visited via bus. The Yatra is open to devotees of the Hare Krishna Mandir who wish to deepen their spiritual connection with Lord Krishna. The main focus of the Yatra will be on Hare Krishna Sankirtan, the chanting of the holy names of Lord Krishna. Participants will also be served delicious prasadam, the sanctified food offered to Lord Krishna. The journey will be comfortable and spiritual with Krishna Katha pastime narration being provided to keep the participants engaged throughout the Yatra. Overall Dwarka Somnath Dham Yatra is a wonderful opportunity for devotees to embark on a spiritual journey and deepen their devotion to Lord Krishna while visiting several holy sites along the way.
₹10,000
Next Departure Jul 19 Jul 20 Jul 21
Available through out the year:
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Delicious Prasadam

Krishna Prasadam refers to the food that has been offered to Lord Krishna in the temple as part of the worship and is then distributed to the devotees. In Hinduism, it is believed that by offering food to the deity and partaking in it, one can purify oneself and advance in spiritual life.

Here are some ways in which Krishna Prasadam helps us to advance in spiritual life:

Purification of the Mind and Body: According to Hinduism, the food that we eat has a direct impact on our mind and body. By consuming Krishna Prasadam, which is offered with devotion and purity, we can purify our mind and body and become more receptive to spiritual practices.

Breaking the Cycle of Karma: The concept of karma states that every action has a consequence, and the quality of the action determines the quality of the result. By consuming Krishna Prasadam, which is offered with devotion and without any selfish motive, we can break the cycle of karma and reduce the burden of negative karma that we accumulate.

Devotion and Surrender: Krishna Prasadam is offered to the deity with devotion and surrender, and by consuming it, we can imbibe these qualities and develop our own devotion and surrender to the divine.

Association with Devotees: In temples, Krishna Prasadam is usually distributed to all the devotees who visit. By partaking in this Prasadam, we also get the opportunity to associate with other devotees and exchange spiritual experiences and knowledge.

Connection with the Divine: Krishna Prasadam is not just food but is believed to be the blessings of the divine. By consuming it, we can connect with the divine and experience a sense of spiritual elevation and bliss.

In summary, Krishna Prasadam is an essential aspect of Hindu worship, and consuming it can help us advance in spiritual life by purifying our mind and body, breaking the cycle of karma, developing devotion and surrender, associating with devotees, and connecting with the divine.

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The Dwarka Somnath Dham Yatra is a spiritual pilgrimage organized by the devotees of the Hare Krishna Mandir. The Yatra will start on January 25 and end on January 28, covering a period of 4 days and 3 nights. During this time, the participants will visit several holy sites, including Dwarkadhish temple, Bhet Dwarka, Nageshwar mahadev, Gopi talav, Rukmani mandir, Gomti river, Mool dwarka, Porbandar, Jambavant gufa, Somnath temple and more. The journey will be conducted via flight and nearby places will be visited via bus. The Yatra is open to devotees of the Hare Krishna Mandir who wish to deepen their spiritual connection with Lord Krishna. The main focus of the Yatra will be on Hare Krishna Sankirtan, the chanting of the holy names of Lord Krishna. Participants will also be served delicious prasadam, the sanctified food offered to Lord Krishna. The journey will be comfortable and spiritual with Krishna Katha pastime narration being provided to keep the participants engaged throughout the Yatra. Overall Dwarka Somnath Dham Yatra is a wonderful opportunity for devotees to embark on a spiritual journey and deepen their devotion to Lord Krishna while visiting several holy sites along the way.
₹10,000
Next Departure Jul 19 Jul 20 Jul 21
Available through out the year:
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Games & Activities

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The Dwarka Somnath Dham Yatra is a spiritual pilgrimage organized by the devotees of the Hare Krishna Mandir. The Yatra will start on January 25 and end on January 28, covering a period of 4 days and 3 nights. During this time, the participants will visit several holy sites, including Dwarkadhish temple, Bhet Dwarka, Nageshwar mahadev, Gopi talav, Rukmani mandir, Gomti river, Mool dwarka, Porbandar, Jambavant gufa, Somnath temple and more. The journey will be conducted via flight and nearby places will be visited via bus. The Yatra is open to devotees of the Hare Krishna Mandir who wish to deepen their spiritual connection with Lord Krishna. The main focus of the Yatra will be on Hare Krishna Sankirtan, the chanting of the holy names of Lord Krishna. Participants will also be served delicious prasadam, the sanctified food offered to Lord Krishna. The journey will be comfortable and spiritual with Krishna Katha pastime narration being provided to keep the participants engaged throughout the Yatra. Overall Dwarka Somnath Dham Yatra is a wonderful opportunity for devotees to embark on a spiritual journey and deepen their devotion to Lord Krishna while visiting several holy sites along the way.
₹10,000
Next Departure Jul 19 Jul 20 Jul 21
Available through out the year:
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Krishna Katha

Krishna is very important and nectarine to the ears. It purifies the heart and soul.

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The Dwarka Somnath Dham Yatra is a spiritual pilgrimage organized by the devotees of the Hare Krishna Mandir. The Yatra will start on January 25 and end on January 28, covering a period of 4 days and 3 nights. During this time, the participants will visit several holy sites, including Dwarkadhish temple, Bhet Dwarka, Nageshwar mahadev, Gopi talav, Rukmani mandir, Gomti river, Mool dwarka, Porbandar, Jambavant gufa, Somnath temple and more. The journey will be conducted via flight and nearby places will be visited via bus. The Yatra is open to devotees of the Hare Krishna Mandir who wish to deepen their spiritual connection with Lord Krishna. The main focus of the Yatra will be on Hare Krishna Sankirtan, the chanting of the holy names of Lord Krishna. Participants will also be served delicious prasadam, the sanctified food offered to Lord Krishna. The journey will be comfortable and spiritual with Krishna Katha pastime narration being provided to keep the participants engaged throughout the Yatra. Overall Dwarka Somnath Dham Yatra is a wonderful opportunity for devotees to embark on a spiritual journey and deepen their devotion to Lord Krishna while visiting several holy sites along the way.
₹10,000
Next Departure Jul 19 Jul 20 Jul 21
Available through out the year:
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Sankirtan

Sankirtan is the melodious form of Hare Krishna Mantra with musical instruments like kartal, mridanga and harmonium. This enthuses our bhakti to another level

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The Dwarka Somnath Dham Yatra is a spiritual pilgrimage organized by the devotees of the Hare Krishna Mandir. The Yatra will start on January 25 and end on January 28, covering a period of 4 days and 3 nights. During this time, the participants will visit several holy sites, including Dwarkadhish temple, Bhet Dwarka, Nageshwar mahadev, Gopi talav, Rukmani mandir, Gomti river, Mool dwarka, Porbandar, Jambavant gufa, Somnath temple and more. The journey will be conducted via flight and nearby places will be visited via bus. The Yatra is open to devotees of the Hare Krishna Mandir who wish to deepen their spiritual connection with Lord Krishna. The main focus of the Yatra will be on Hare Krishna Sankirtan, the chanting of the holy names of Lord Krishna. Participants will also be served delicious prasadam, the sanctified food offered to Lord Krishna. The journey will be comfortable and spiritual with Krishna Katha pastime narration being provided to keep the participants engaged throughout the Yatra. Overall Dwarka Somnath Dham Yatra is a wonderful opportunity for devotees to embark on a spiritual journey and deepen their devotion to Lord Krishna while visiting several holy sites along the way.
₹10,000
Next Departure Jul 19 Jul 20 Jul 21
Available through out the year:
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