Shrinathji Temple

Devotion and celebration

Make a visit to this historical temple in Nathdwara. Dating back to the 17th century, the construction of the Shrinathji Temple was completed in 1733 CE. The temple has since undergone several expansions and renovations. This holy site is one of the most esteemed pilgrimage sites for the Pushti Marg (Path of Grace) sect of Hinduism.

Shrinathji Temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna, in the form of Shrinathji, which is an incarnation of Lord Krishna as a 7-year-old child. Devotees and visitors alike flock to this temple for daily rituals, prayer as well as celebrations and festivals. Known for its vibrant celebrations, the temple attracts many visitors during festivals like Janmashtami, Lord Krishna's birth anniversary, and Annaku, a food offering.

Ornate Rajasthani architecture

Apart from the temple's cultural and religious importance, you can also admire the carefully constructed temple and its detailed design. The temple is primarily made from white marble. You'll find intricate stone lattice screens, carvings, as well as paintings and sculptures which tell the story of Lord Krishna.

The idol of Shrinathji is situated in the inner sanctum, the holiest part of the temple. Additionally, the temple complex includes other smaller shrines dedicated to different deities, such as Radha-Krishna, Lalita-Gopala, and Garuda.