Dwarka Yatra is a significant Yatra for the Hindus dedicated to the life of Krishna situated on the west coast of Gujarat surrounded by the Arabian Sea. As Dwarka Yatra is associated with the life of Lord Krishna, a number of legends also attached with this Yatra. According to one legend, the place of Dwarka Yatra is the place where the demon Shankhasura was slain by Lord Vishnu. Another legend with this Dwarka Yatra is found in Puranas, according to which 12 Jyotirlingas or columns of light manifested in different parts of the country representing Lord Shiva. So one of these is located in Dwarka and this place is popularly known as Nageshwar Mahadev. Dwarka Yatra is very popular since the ancient time dated back to 2500 years. Dwarka Yatra also offers various other destinations like Dwarka Yatra to Jagat Mandir or Nij Mandir, Dwarka Yatra to Dwarkadish temple, Dwarka Yatra to Rukmini temple, Dwarka Yatra to Sharad Peetha, one of the four Maths, Dwarka Yatra to Forts and Monuments, and Dwarka Yatra to Nageshwar Mandir and Rukmini Temple.