Nathdwara is a famous Teerth of India & one must go there to seek the blessings of the Lord Krishna.
From Udaipur its a scenic one hour trip & on the way you can visit Eklingji & Nagda Temple. Start early around 9 AM from Udaipur & after these two places reach Nathdwara around 11 AM. The temple opens for 30 minutes only from 11:30 - 12:00 PM & after that opens again at only 4:00 PM.
The temple is 2 km walk from the car park through bazaar. Its as usual with all Krishna Temples in Mathura - Vrindavan too, very chaotic & hugely crowded. One should avoid weekends, public holidays, Ekadasi & Puranmasi at all cost while visiting these temples. We went on a Tuesday morning but still it was much crowded. We hired a guide for Rs 150 from Bazaar itself as it would have been difficult to get darshan otherwise. If you hire a guide then tell him the charges would be fixed for the entire family & also make it very clear that you wont like to donate at several other places in the temple otherwise he will make you donate at at least 10 different places. I told him if he make me pay I wont pay him.
With the help of Guide you can have good darshan & also he can help you buy prasad afterwards. Our guide also shown us several other places like different kind of God's Shringaar & a room with gold & silver chakki too. After Darshan you may have Gujrati thali at Neelam AC Dining Hall for lunch.
Car entry to Nathdwara town is Rs 40 which is a rip off from Govt authority. Parking charges Rs 20 & shoe keeper at temple charges Rs 10 too.
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