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    Dwaraka, The Golden City of Krishna

    Dwaraka, The Golden City of Krishna

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    Has the sunken ancient Golden City of Krishna been rediscovered?

    Located on the west coast of India in the state of Gujarat, the city of Dwaraka is considered one of the seven holy cities of India. Archaeological discoveries of ruins and artifacts off the city’s coast have now conclusively proven what many have long believed: modern Dwaraka is built on the same site as the famed city of the same name from the Puranas and the Mahabharata—the “Golden City” of Lord Krishna.

    Its submerged secrets were hidden well by the waters, and the descriptions of the famed Dwaraka were thought to be only a myth and not based on anything real. However, in the 20th century, archaeological and astronomical studies, as well as many maritime explorations, have established the historicity of the city of Dwaraka. The finding of the great city of Dwaraka is a great break-through in shedding light on the history of ancient India and has conclusively proved the historicity of Krishna!

    Discover the significance of this underwater find as Vanamali Mataji is welcomed by Ancient Origins Premium for a fascinating In-Depth Interview.

    Vanamali Mataji resides in Vanamali Ashram, Rishikesh. Vanamali is one of the names of Lord Krishna and she is an ardent Krishna Bhakta. She has published many books on the Hindu gods - Sri Krishna Lila, Sri Rama Lila, Sri Shiva Lila, Sri Devi Lila, The Lila of the Sons of Shiva, Hanuman Lila, The Science called Hinduism, Dwarakanatha, Gurudeva, Nitya Yoga (Essays on the Bhagavad Gita), Translation of the Bhagavad Gita etc. Most of these have been published in the US by Inner Traditions, Vermont, under different names. She has conducted classes on the Vedic Way of Life in many countries and gives talks on the Sreemad Bhagavad Gita both in the Ashram and abroad.