Nilkanth Dham

Nilkanth Dham – History, Timings, Entry Fee, Darshan, Aarti, Light Show, Location, Photography, Booking, Attractions, Accommodation and How to Reach

Nilkanth Dham History:

Nilkanth Dham is one of the beautiful construction established on the lands of Poicha. It is dedicated to Lord Swamy Narayan. It is constructed at the river bank of the sacred river Narmada. The Dham has many sectors like the exhibition zone, the park zone, Kids Play zone, Food court and many zones. The Dham looks spectacular in the evenings especially the light show grabs the crowd. The Prashad (Food Pudding) is so delicious. The place quite beautiful and serene.  The dham has the food court with many little food stalls with delicious and variety of foods, one can enjoy tasting many types of food varieties.

Nilkanth Dham Timings:

Temple Timings:
Darshan 9.30 am to 8.00 pm

 

Aarti:

Morning Aarti 5.00 am and 6.00 am
Evening Aarti 6.00 pm and 7.00 pm
Note: Aarti Timings May change on special Occasions and on festivals

 

Abhishekam Timings:

Darshan Timings 5.30 am to 6.00 am
Aarti Timings 5.30 am to 6.00 am

 

Timings Of Ticket Window:

10.30 am to 7.00 pm

 

Light Show Timings:

Timings 7.00 pm to 10.00 pm
Aarti  Timings 6.00 pm and 7.30 pm

 

Entry Fee:

Adults Rs 140/- per head
Children Rs 80/- per head

 

Location:

Nilakanthdham Road,

Poicha,

Gujarat – 393145

 

Attractions:

  • Swaminarayan Temple
  • Boating
  • Exhibition Haal
  • Horror House
  • Mirror House
  • Amusement Park
  • Food stalls
  • Science City

 

Parking:

Available

 

Accommodation:

Paid Accommodation Facility Available

 

Photography:

Allowed

 

How to Reach Nilkanth Dham?

By Air:

Vadodara International Airport is the nearest airport to the Poicha, Nilakanth Dham which is 65.7 km away from the Dham

By Rail:

Rajpipla Railway Station is the nearest railway station to Poicha, Nilakanth Swamynarayan Dham which is 12.5 km away from the Dham

By Road:

Poicha is well connected with many other cities; Also many private vehicles ply directly to the Nilakanth Swamynarayan Dham

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