Shrinathji Temple in Nathdwara is an important pilgrimage centre of Vaishnavas. Shrinathji symbolizes a form of Krishna, manifest as a seven-year-old child, when he lifted the Govardhan hill, with one arm raised. The idol in the temple is in the form of a single black marble,where the lord is revealed with his left hand raised and the right hand made into a fist resting at the waist, with a large diamond placed beneath the lips. It also has images of two cows, one lion, one snake, two peacocks and one parrot engraved on it and three sages placed near it.
This blog speaks about the various aspects related to Lord Shrinathji, Nathdwara temple- its rituals & festivals, Places to visit in Nathdwara, Shri Mahaprabhuji & his Chaurasi Bethak, Follower Vaishnavas, Pushtimarg Vaishnavism, Stories and life incidences of Deities and many more connected topics. The sole purpose here is to enlighten readers with the unique content and widespread the less known information on this religious front.
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