Rukmini Devi Temple
Rukmini Devi Temple – History, Timings, Pooja Details, Darshan Details, Prasadam Details, Donation Details, Online Booking and How to Reach.
Rukmini Devi Temple History:
Rukmini Devi Temple situated at a distance of 2 kilometres away from Dwarka Jagat Mandir. This temple is one of the popular temples of Dwarka. The temple has a magnificent carving out of which the human and the elephant carvings are the best of the carvings. According to the ancient stories Durvasha (Guru/ Teacher of Lord Krishna) was invited by Lord Krishna and his consort (goddess Rukmini). But Durvasha asked Lord Krishna and goddess Rukmini to pull his chariot, during their journey goddess Rukmini felt thirsty. To quench her thirst Lord Krishna prodded the earth with his toe, through which a fountain of water gushed out. Goddess Rukmini had water without offering to Durvasha which made lose his temper and cursed goddess Rukmini to be separated from his beloved husband Lord Krishna. The idol of the goddess installed in the centre of the garbagriha of the main sanctum.
Rukmini Devi Temple Timings:
|Opening Timings||6.00 am to 12.00 Noon|
|Closing Time||1.00 pm to 5.00 pm|
Rukmini Temple Darshan:
Free (No Fee)
Note: Individual Poojas Can Be performed (With or Without priest)
- Jal (Water)
- Kumkum (Red Sindoor)
- Priests offer fresh water to devotees starting at a rate of Rs 20/- to Rs 1500/- signifying the scarcity of fresh water
Note: One who wishes to complete their journey of Dwarkadham, then one should visit Rukmini Mata Mandir definitely visit this temple along with Dwarkadish temple which is 2 km away.
Jal Daan (One Can Donate For Fresh Water/ Fresh Water Tankers)
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How to Reach Rukmini Devi Temple?
Jamnagar Airport is the nearest Airport which is 137 km away from the temple of goddess Rukmini
Dwarka Railway Station is the nearest railway station (on Ahmedabad-Okha Broad Guage Railway line) which is 137 km away from Jamnagar
Dwarka is well connected with many major cities, also many direct buses, Cabs and many private vehicles ply directly to the temple.