Nathdwara is a pious temple town located in Udaipur district of Rajasthan. This town is revered as a major pilgrimage destination for Vaishnava sect of Hinduism. Nathdwara is named after Lord Shrinathji, a manifestation of Lord Vishnu. It is said that the Lord himself guided the chieftain to build a temple in this place. Presently, countless devotees swarm to Nathdwara and offer prayers to Shrinathji.
Located in the serene hills of Aravali, the temple town of Nathdwara is elevated at the height of 1,919 feet above the sea level. The rugged terrains of the city sprawl over 30 sq. km. and are fed by the waters of Banas River. The climate of Nathdwara is classified as subtropical humid. The summer season has an average temperature of 39°C, whereas, winters witness an average mercury level of 10°C.
Nathdwara houses the prime attraction by the name of Nathdwara Shrine. It is a magnificent Hindu temple that is devoted to Shrinathji. He is revered as a religious figure in Hinduism. On the occasion of Holi, Diwali, and Janamashtami, this temple is bedecked marvelously.