Srinathji Temple is an ancient shrine which was constructed in the 12th century. This temple is dedicated to the Hindu deity, Lord Krishna. The idol of the deity was beautifully carved out of black marble. It is also interesting to know that the Srinathji Temple is considered as the second richest Indian temple after the Tirupati Temple of Andhra Pradesh.
Devoted hearts among tourists who flock this place always make sure to visit this temple.
Dwarkadheesh Temple is one of the prominent tourist attractions of Nathdwara located in the Kankroli Village. This temple belongs to Vaishnavas and the Vallabhacharya sects. The shrine is dedicated to the Hindu deity Krishna, and the red stone idol of the deity is believed to have been brought from Mathura.
Avian enthusiasts can go for bird watching in Navchauki Dam, also known as Kankroli Dam, which is located close to this temple.
Rajsamand is located at a distance of 15 km from Nathdwara. This town lies on the banks of the Rajsamand Lake. It is famous for beautiful marble and handloom products. Kankroli Dam, Kumbhalgarh Fort and Haldighati are some of the notable tourist attractions of this place.
Charbhuja in Nathdwara is a small town which was earlier known as 'Garhbor'. It is famous for the Charbhuja Ji Temple. This shrine is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and famous for its exquisite architectural style. This place is also famous for the fort of Bor Rajputs ('Garhbor').
Shopping is a delightful experience in Nathdwara. The shopping zones of this place are popular for offering rich ethnic handicrafts at quite affordable prices. Travellers can also buy Pichhwai paintings from here which can be ideal gifts for dear ones. The terracotta handworks available in the markets out here are extremely captivating.
These artworks are around 2000 years old and display images of various gods and goddesses. 'Meena work' is most famous among all the artworks. Tourists can also buy silver ornaments and silver curios at reasonable prices from these shopping outlets. In addition, the place is a treat for food lovers as well since the mouth-watering sweets of Nathdwara are quite famous.