But there was much more than all this that prompted us to launch the website. Krishna as Dwarkadheesh has always been a great epitome. Surdas has sung a lot for ‘Bal Krishna’. Meera called him ‘GiridharGopal’. Narsimh Mehta prayed him as ‘Kanudo’ (remember ‘Kanji taari maa kahe she pan ame Kanudo kahi shun’) as well as in ‘Adwait’ form (‘Jujave Roope Anant Bhase’). Krishna as Shreenathji is also sung. But Krishna as Dwarkadheesh? Well! This website is a tiny limerick, if not even a sonnet. It is an attempt to pray and worship Lord Krishna as Dwarkadheesh. It is an attempt to restore the glory of the golden town that was Dwarka.
Millions of devotees contribute for the development day in and day out. Host of organizations (Reliance, Tata etc.) and the Governments extend fullest possible support. We are committed to do much more than what has been done so far, for Lord Dwarkadheesh and for the ‘punyanagari’ or ‘pavitranagari’ (i.e. a righteous town) Dwarka; and hence pndwarka.com the website.