Dwarka is a city on the Saurashtra Peninsula in the state of Gujarat, western part of our country, on the shores of the Arabian Sea. According to Bhagavata Purana, Lord Krishna, the incarnation of Vishnu, moved to Dwarka from his native Mathura about five thousand years ago and ruled his kingdom from the capital Dwarka. Lord Krishna established the city Dwarka on the banks of the river Gomati. After the death of Krishna, the entire Yadava dynasty collapsed under the curse of Gandhari. Subsequent floods eventually caused the city Dwarka to sink into the Arabian Sea. The present Dwarkadheesh Temple in Dwarka is one hundred forty one feet height with 7 stairs and stands above the Arabian Sea. Dwarakadish Mandir also known as Jagat Mandir or Trilok Sundar, Rukmini Temple, dedicated to Lord Krishna, is located at Bet Dwarka, 2 km from Dwarka. When Dwarka was the official capital of Lord Krishna and maintained administration from Dwarka and lived in Bet Dwarka. The information about Dwarka Shrine and details of places of interest together with the  temples are given in detail with photos and videos in Somnath Yatra.