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Dehotsarg Teerth

Near Somanth Temple, Somnath, India
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Lord Krishna (leeladhari ki leela)

After injury by arrow at BHALKA TIRTH Lord Krishna come on the bank of River Hiren Lord Krishna... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
dhyan400
via mobile
A Krishna temple

This place otherwise known as GolokDham Theerth, is very close to the Triveni Sangam, Somnath. With... read more

Reviewed 13 March 2017
Sivakumar V
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Bengaluru, India
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Near Somanth Temple, Somnath, India
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

After injury by arrow at BHALKA TIRTH Lord Krishna come on the bank of River Hiren Lord Krishna took his divine journey to Neejdham (Heavan) from this sacred soil. This is a holy place for piligrime and tourist. 5 kms distance from Somnath Jyotirling.

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Reviewed 13 March 2017

This place otherwise known as GolokDham Theerth, is very close to the Triveni Sangam, Somnath. With a lot of history and mythology behind it , it is worth seeing as a pilgrim as well as a tourist. An Important Krishna Temple in the land of...More

Thank Sivakumar V
Reviewed 5 January 2017

This is such a important place for hindu devotees, unfortunately this place is not in good condition. It is believed that Lord Sri Krishna attained Nirvana here.

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Reviewed 31 May 2016

It is the place where krishna got arrow. So there is tree and one temple situated on this place.....

Thank Arpitgupta25
Reviewed 30 May 2016

it is said Lord Krishna quit his body here to attain `nirvana'.The place is very poorly kept though being so close to Somnath temple.

Thank guddu1954
Reviewed 8 January 2016

The place have great religious place but needs more maintenance to cater the needs of tourist....under development..hope to see nicely presented in near future....thanks

Thank anil_173
Reviewed 3 January 2016

This is also called as Golakdham Teerth, a very underrated place but it should be made famous. It is located at the banks of Triveni Sangam. The eight temples are: 1. Gita Temple 2. Lakshinaraya Temple 3. Kirshnacharan Padukaji 4. Golakghat 5. Kashi Vishwanath Temple...More

3  Thank Menulone
Reviewed 23 December 2015

On the banks of river Hiranya Arjuna performed the last rites for Lord Krishna after his Departure from this world to Srivaikundam. It is written on board. Lord Krishna' s foot prints are carved and protected by a dome like construction. By praying here one...More

Thank shiva1946
Reviewed 12 November 2015

The Dehotsarg Teerth is located on the banks of River Hiranya at a distance of about 2 Kms from Somnath temple.. It is believed that Shri Krishna departed from this world on the first day of bright fortnight of Chaitra month (which corresponds to 18...More

2  Thank KASIRAO5646
Reviewed 22 September 2015

While the Great Karma yogi Shri krishna left his mortal body, hit by the arrow of JARA and departed to his original abode at Bhalka Tirth, the last rites of his physical body were performed at this spot ,on the bank of river Hiranya by...More

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