Gomti Ghat

Open Time : 7:00 AM to 7:30 PM

Entry : free

Address : Gomti Ghat, Dwarka, Gujarat, India

Why to visit Gomti Ghat

At the confluence of the Gomti River, a tributary of the Holy Ganges, the most revered river among Hindus, is Gomti Ghat. The river rises in the Nepalese Himalayan mountains, passes through numerous Indian states, and then empties into the Arabian Sea here. Gomti Ghat is also very important from a religious and mythical perspective.

In mythology, River Gomati is said to be the daughter of Sage Vashishta, and her waters have the strength to cleanse one of their mortal sins. Therefore, pilgrims make a practice of bathing in the River Gomti and typically take their holy dip at the Gomati Kund, where the River Gomti and the Arabian Sea converge.

The Gomati River is surrounded by more than 12 ghats, which serve as the locations of the Samudra Narayana Temple, Gomatiji Temple, the Panchanada, and Chakra Narayana Temples. To get to the Gomati Ghat from the Swarga Dwar of the Dwarkadhish temple, one must descend a staircase of 56 steps.

As Lord Sri Krishna is reported to have taken bathed here numerous times, performing sacred ceremonies to one's ancestors and taking a bath here are both said to be exceedingly holy and will free one from the sins committed in former lives.

FAQ on Gomti Ghat

What restaurants are located close to Gomti Ghat?

The Fern Sattva Resort, Devbhumi Hotel, and Vraj Inn are a few of the nearby eateries close to Gomti Ghat.

What places of interest are close by Gomti Ghat?

Gomti Ghat is close to Dwarkadhish Temple, Dwarka Beach, and Rukmini Devi Temple.

What lodging options are available close to Gomti Ghat?

Lemon Tree Premier, VITS Devbhumi Hotel, and Madhuvan Suites by Blue are three hotels close to Gomti Ghat.

What time of year is ideal for visiting Gomti Ghat?

During the winter months, tourists adore visiting this location.

Special Tip

You may find anything here, from chat stalls to milkshake stands and neighbourhood tea cafes. The way they present their cuisine and, in certain instances, the spectacular ways they prepare it, adds to how engaging it is. Locals can also take boat trips for a reasonable price that provide a breathtaking view of Gujarat's coast and the skyline of the city of Dwarka.

By Atharva Yeshwardhan

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