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Dive into Nathdwara’s cultural heritage
Discover the landmarks and cultural heritage sites that make Nathdwara one of India's must-see destinations. Nathdwara translates to "Gateway to Shrinathji," and the Shrinathji Temple is fewer than 3 kilometers from the hotel. Our hotel shuttle offers rides to the Shrinathji Temple and the Statue of Belief. Visitors will also find various places of worship throughout the city. When wanting to explore further, the buses and trains offer convenient travel to various destinations, including Ahmedabad, Udaipur, Jaipur, and New Delhi.
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1 mi / 1.6 km from the hotel
This 17th-century holy site celebrates Shrinathji, a manifestation of the Hindu deity Krishna. Rituals and ceremonies run from early in the morning to evening and visitors are welcome to watch. You'll find the Shrinathji Temple in Nathdwara, just 50 kilometers north of Udaipur.
The Statue of Belief
0.67 mi / 1.08 km from the hotel
This impressive monument is the world's largest statue of Shiva, one of the deities in Hinduism. Approximately 351 feet high, it is also among the tallest statues in the world. Visitors can enter and enjoy the sites from three different levels inside of the monument.
Lal Bagh Garden
1.69 mi / 2.72 km from the hotel
A beautiful garden full of nature, the Lal Bagh Garden is located approximately 1.3 kilometers from the Nathdwara Temple. Here, you will find the Shrinathji Museum, showcasing old chariots, and an exhibition.
8.92 mi / 14.36 km from the hotel
Located in the Aravali Valley, Haldighati is a copper-color mountain pass located approximately 40 kilometers north of Udaipur. A popular local attraction, it is the site of the 16th century Battle of Haldighati. Take time to see the memorial while visiting.
22.13 mi / 35.61 km from the hotel
One of the longest walls in the world, the Kumbhalgarh Fort is an impressive sight in the Aravali Range. Visit this 15th-century landmark and UNESCO World Heritage Site and enjoy a spectacular view of the Mewar region.
10.67 mi / 17.17 km from the hotel
Make time to visit the Dwarkadhish Temple, a stop on an important Hindu pilgrimage route. Impressively intricate in detail, this ancient landmark is dedicated to Krishna and dates approximately 2000 to 2500 years old.