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Monday, 19 December 2022

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The Dwarkadhish Temple, also known as Jagat Mandir, was originally built by Vajranabha, the great grandson of Lord Krishna, on the banks of Gomti river in 400 BC. This five storied limestone structure stretching to a height of 170 feet is supported by 72 pillars and is located in the heart of the city. A huge flag on its magnificently carved dome is made from 52 yards of cloth and can be seen from a distance of almost 10 kms. Interestingly, this flag, also referred to as Dwajaa, 


સિધ્ધિવિનાયક મંદિર મુંબઈ લાઈવ દર્શન

દ્રારકા મંદિર ના લાઇવ દર્શન અહિંથી કરો

સાળંંગપુર મંદિર ના લાઇવ દર્શન અહિંથી કરો

youtube પર લાઇવ દર્શન અહિંથી કરો

અહીંથી કરો સોમનાથ લાઈવ દર્શન 

ડાકોર મંદિર લાઇવ દર્શન 

અંબાજી મંદિર લાઈવ દર્શન

શીરડી સાંઈબાબા મંદિર લાઈવ દર્શન

જલારામ-વીરપુર મંદિર લાઇવ દર્શન 


The LIVE Darshan Indian Temple is the best app in India for live darshan of all Indian temples world wide. This app provides the Live Pooja, Seva Darshan from the Famous India Temples. This Indian temple live darshan is Completely free and Unlimited free Live Darshan.

The LIVE Darshan Indian Temples app is right now available for the below temple is in India. The viewers can see the Live Darshan, Live Pooja, Live Seva Performed for the idols inside the temples. The LIVE Darshan Indian Temples app enables users to see the live darshan as long as possible.

Below are the temples in India for which the Live Darshan is Open now on the app. We are striving to add more temples for the LIVE Darshan app as soon as possible. The LIVE Darshan Indian Temples app also provides the Bhakthi videos, Temples recorded videos, Songs and also Gods ringtones


1. LIVE Darshan of Shirdi Sai Baba Temple Online

2. LIVE Darshan of Kashi Vishwanath Temple Online

3. LIVE Darshan of Vrindavan Temple Online

4. LIVE Darshan of Somnath Temple Online

5. LIVE Darshan of Siddhivinayak Temple Mumbai Online

6. LIVE Darshan of Ambaji Temple Online

7. LIVE Darshan of Ujjain Mahakaleshwar Online

8. LIVE Darshan of ISKCON Mumbai Online

9. LIVE Darshan of ISKCON Bangalore Online

10. LIVE Darshan of Shri Tuljabhavani Online

11. LIVE Darshan of Shree Swaminarayan Temple Online

12. LIVE Darshan of Kolhapur Mahalakshmi Online

13. LIVE Darshan of Rishabhdeo Temple Online

14. LIVE Darshan of Vrindavan Temple Chandrodaya Online

15. LIVE Darshan of Shri Omkareswar Jyotirling Online

16. LIVE Darshan of Lambhavel Hanumanji Online

17. LIVE Darshan of Shri Trimbakeshwar Jyotirlinga Online

18. LIVE Darshan of Sundha Mata Online

19. LIVE Darshan of Khandoba Temple, Jejuri Online

20. LIVE Darshan of Shree Mahalaxmi Saunsthan, Bandora Online

On the way from Shamlaji Temple to the Meshwo River, a small shrine is positioned, where a deity of a standing Ganesha idol from the late-Gupta period is still worshiped. In the 10th century A.D. a temple named- Harishchandra ni chori was constructed which has a rectangular sanctum at the centre with a large pavilion in front. The whole structure is surrounded within the courtyard and the inner walls have fallen down but the gateway still stands inside the premises. Temples parts, unmanaged elements and the scattered idols of many gods and goddess were found at Shamlaji which display that since bygone days, it has been a very famous and formidable centre of pilgrimage on the highway between Gujarat and Rajasthan. A historic and sacred place- Devni Mori, which is 2 km from Shamlaji, is having residues of a Buddhist monastery from around 3rd-4th century AD. In Vadnagar, the stupa which is basically esteemed as a sharir stupa, has proved the presence of Buddhists. Excavating of the stupa brought to light an inscribed casket which contained relic’s of Buddha. This is a place of pilgrimage and thus has been established as a quaint spot, where many ancient shrines have been scattered all over the place. A small temple of Trilokeshwar is located just opposite to Shamlaji temple which has a beautiful and unusual idol of Shiva with the trident. The Kashi-Vishwanath Mahadev is also an ancient temple situated on the hillocks which is about seven feet below the ground level. The temple of Ranchhodji, is on the opposite bank. The tomb of Navgaja Pir, a maulvi (muslim cleric) is sited close by the main temple and thus visited by many ‘Adivasis’. Many broken shrines show that the whole area round about Shamlaji was once not only prosperous but an important centre of civilization and culture.

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