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Bhalka Tirth

Prabhas-Veraval Highway | 5 Km From City, Somnath 362001, India
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Must visit, Somnath

Quiet and peaceful place for devotees, generally less crowded. There is a small pond with in the... read more

Reviewed yesterday
mahendra v
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Mumbai (Bombay), India
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Bhalka Tirtha is located near Veraval, near Somnath in Gujrat, India. It is in this place that Lord... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Travel_is_a_fashion
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New Delhi, India
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Prabhas-Veraval Highway | 5 Km From City, Somnath 362001, India
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Reviewed yesterday

Quiet and peaceful place for devotees, generally less crowded. There is a small pond with in the temple premises which is not taken care of.

Thank mahendra v
Reviewed 3 days ago

Bhalka Tirtha is located near Veraval, near Somnath in Gujrat, India. It is in this place that Lord Krishna was hit by an Arrow in his feet by a hunter named Jara, after which he left Earth for heavenly abode.

Thank Travel_is_a_fashion
Reviewed 5 days ago

It is believed that Lord Krishan was hit by arrow here by local tribe. Small temple along with small pond is nearby. Krishna idol is very beautiful.

Thank PuneTravelbud
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It’s the same place where lord Krishna was been wounded by arrow. Ambience & surroundings inside is great. One should visit this being 10/15 mins from Somnath temple.

Thank Mitul S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Bhalka theerth is believed to be the location where Lord Krishna left his human form for heaven. This is located is at a short distance from the Somnath temple. As per the legend, Lord Krishna was resting / meditating under a Banyan tree when a...More

Thank sudhibhushan
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Bhalka tirth at which is the place lord krishna as left the human body and at where balla ie arrow was hit to him hence the place is called bhalka thirt. it is near triveni sangam.

Thank parusharouthud
Reviewed 11 October 2017 via mobile

This is the place where it is said that Lord Krishna left his human body for heavenly abode..The banyan tree is well preserved too under which he had taken shelter before being struck by the arrow..The inside sanctum is well done up but renovations on...More

1  Thank nomadsk
Reviewed 5 October 2017

This is the place where Shri Krishna Bhagwan was hit by the arrow. They are creating a very nice temple here which is almost complete. A must visit for the pilgrims.

Thank Chakraborty_Sanjay
Reviewed 6 September 2017

Bhalka Tirth - As it is said by people that this is the place where Lord Krishna was hit by bow. The place is 5 kms from main Somanth Temple, so you might get Rickshaw to visit this place at reasonable fares after negotiations. This...More

Thank DEEPAK K
Reviewed 5 September 2017 via mobile

This is one of the places which shows the history of lord Shree Krishna ....a good temple with some construction for renovation currently.... a place worship and blessings

Thank Dipen P
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