Nathdwara, meaning "Doorway to Nathji" is small town famous as the home of Sri Nathji, is located 48 km northeast of Udaipur on the bank of the Banas River.
Sri Nathji was installed by Lord Krishna's great-grandson Vajranabha, 5000 years ago. The same Deity (known then as Gopal) was worshiped by Madhavendra Puri at Govardhana in Vraja Mandala. Rana Raj Singh of Mewar brought Sri Nathji to Nathdwara around 1669 AD.
Nearby Nathdwara town there are important temples to visit including Mira Bai Temple at Chittorgarh, Sanwaliya Seth at Bhadsoda Gaon, Dwarkadisha at Kankroli Ji, Charbhuja ji, Rup Narayan ji, Jagdish Temple & Hare Krishna Temple at Udaipur.