Nestled beautifully amongst the Aravallis, Nathdwara, a picturesque city in the state of Rajasthan and is situated on the banks of the River Banas. It is located in close proximity with Udaipur, just 48 Kms from the city. The name “Nathdwara” can be attributed to the “entrance of the Lord”. This mesmerizing countryside is surrounded with a wide range of ancient temples, truly looking like the threshold of Lord’s abode.
Nathdwara is well known for its Temple of Krishna, Eklingji Temple and also has many other marvelous places of sightseeing. The artists of Nathdwara are widely known for impressive Rajasthani-style paintings, called as "Pichwai Paintings” and terracotta products. The painting revolves round the image of Shrinathji, the mysterious black-faced form of Lord Krishna.