Dwarka is often identified with the Dwarka Kingdom, the ancient kingdom of Krishna, and is believed to have been the first capital of Gujarat.
Who was the king of Dwarka?
Lord Krishna Lord Krishna is referred to as Dwarkadish as he was the King of Dwarka. Lord Krishna is the presiding deity of Dwarkadish temple. Original temple at this temples site is said to have been built by Krishnas great grand son Vajra which was ruined over time.
How Krishna became king of Dwarka?
Dwarka, according to Hindu belief was Lord Krishnas terrestrial kingdom located in Jamnagar district of Gujarats Saurashtra region. Mythology has it that Lord Krishna shifted to Dwarka after renouncing war. It is said that Lord Krishna killed his maternal uncle Kamsa and made his grandfather Ugrasen king of Mathura.
How many years Krishna ruled Dwarka?
125 years Lord Krishna lived for 125 years | India News - Times of India.
Where was Krishna the king of?
Dwarka, according to Hindu belief was Lord Krishnas terrestrial kingdom located in Jamnagar district of Gujarats Saurashtra region. It is believed to be one of the seven ancient cities in India and also one of the four dhams of the Shankaracharya, the others being Sringeri, Joshimath and Puri.