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PM Modi’s Spiritual Visit: Prayers at Dwarkadhish Temple, Beyt Dwarka

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Gujarat: Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently undertook a spiritual pilgrimage to Dwarkadhish Temple, located in Beyt Dwarka, also known as Shankhodhar. Situated 2 km off Okha’s coast in Gujarat, Beyt Dwarka holds immense religious significance, attracting devotees and visitors from across the country.

Nestled at the mouth of the Gulf of Kutch, Beyt Dwarka spans 8 km in length and averages 2 km in width. Its name, Shankhodhar, derives from its abundance of conch shells, symbolizing purity and auspiciousness in Hindu culture.

PM Modi’s visit to the Dwarkadhish Temple underscores the enduring spiritual legacy of this sacred site, revered as the abode of Lord Krishna. As the Prime Minister offered prayers at the temple, he immersed himself in the rich cultural and religious tapestry of India, paying homage to the country’s cherished traditions and beliefs.

The Dwarkadhish Temple holds a special place in the hearts of millions of devotees, symbolizing faith, devotion, and divine blessings. PM Modi’s presence at this revered shrine not only reaffirms his deep-rooted spiritual connections but also highlights the importance of preserving and celebrating India’s cultural heritage.

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