Gopi Talav

Why?
  • A small pond surrounded by sandal like yellow sand, known as Gopi Chandan.
  • This Chandan is used by devotees of Lord Krishna to make tilak marks on their bodies.
  • It is believed to be the place where gopis came to see Lord Krishna in Dwarka..
  • It is believed that Lord Krishna killed a demon named Bhaumasura and freed 16,000 princesses from his palace at this site.
  • This site got its name as Gopi Talav after the Gopi princesses, who fell in love with Lord Krishna and wanted to marry him.
Location
  • 20 km from Dwarka Railway Station
Timing
  • Sunrise to Sunset
Entrance Fee
  • Free
Restaurants nearby
  • Local eateries available
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