Since both Dwarka and Somnath are places of Hindu worship, you can expect to find a lot of temples which are amazing places of interest and intricate architecture.
Dwarka Nath Temple
This Temple, also known as the Dwarkadhish temple or the Jagat mandir is a temple, as you would have guessed from its location, is dedicated to Lord Krishna. It is said that Lord Krishna was the king of Dwarka and through to its Legend, the festival of Janmashtami, which commemorates the birthday of Lord Krishna is celebrated with great sensor in this Temple. this temple is a part of the Char Dham pilgrimage package that Hindu devotees Undertaker with at most sincerity. This speciality ranks the Dwarkadhish Temple among the great places of worship like Rameshwaram, Badrinath and puri. Adi Shankaracharya visited this temple and there is even or Memorial within the temple that is dedicated to him. this place is situated on the banks of the river Gomti and Legend says that Lord Krishna brought the river Ganga to this place as a part of one of his miracles. It is interesting to note that Dwarkadhish is the 98 Divya Desam of Vishnu.
Worshipping of Lord Shiva is quite common throughout the country, but there are special temples that are designated as the enlightened or the radiant places of worship and are literally named as the Jyotirlingas. One such eminent place of worship is the Nageshwar Jyotirlinga that is situated at Jamnagar region of Gujarat. There are only 12 Jyotirlingas in the Indian subcontinent and this temple is one of them.
Ever wondered why Lord Brahma does not have a place in most of the ceremonies and in worship? It is because of the legend of this Jyotirlinga. It is mentioned in the Shiv Mahapuran that there was a conflict of power between Brahma and Vishnu, and in the divine manifestation of A pillar of light, Brahma had light that he had found the top most part of the killer. Shivam Cursed Brahma into this bane and blessed Vishnu with the words that he will be worshipped for eternity.
The temple is a Masterpiece of architecture and the very cause of the temple the note divinity in every stroke. The utterance of the Mantra Om Namah Shivaya can be heard eternally in this Temple, praising the awesomeness of Lord Shiva!