The township of Nathdwara (the gateway to God) is Udaipur 48 km away. Situated amidst the Aravalli hills, this charming city literally means. "The Gateway of the Lord". It is an ancient picturesque place on the banks of the Banas River in the middle of Rajasthan. Nathdwara is also famous for "Pichwai Painting" traditional Rajasthani style painting and terracotta works. The name of this city is the name of the famous temple. It literally means "Gateway to Srinath".
The temple of Rajasthan in India is a black stone idol of Lord Krishna. Aarti and Shringar (Shringar) of the Gods Some main temples. The idol is decorated with beautiful woven shanil silk cloth. Janmashtami, Jayanti, among other festivals, have special significance in the temple. The idol of God is carved out of a large black stone with his left hand. The aarti and adornment of the idol is done in this way. It looks like this. That the idol is actually alive. With the curtain removed, pilgrims wait to get a glimpse of the Lord.
Pichai paintings are something to see here. Bright paintings on hand-drawn clothes often depict stories from Ras-Leela. It is a small city in Rajasthan and is a major center of Krishna worship. It is known for its khaman ;, kand (fried yam), jalebi and fafda (a kind of crispy snack). Even mouth freshener and cumin gollis of all types are widely available. Drinking hot spice tea offered to customers in an earthen pot is a very popular drink made from pure milk and dry fruits.
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