Other important temple is that of Mother Devaki and Balram (Elder brother of Krishna). Crossing it You come to the other gate i.e. 'Moksha Dwar'. This gate takes you to the bank of river Gomati through 'Chhappan seedi' (56 steps). While going down the steps, you would notice a place where "Tula Daan" (Donation in kinds equivalent to one's weight) is performed. It’s a ritual started by Queen Rukmini who donated gold equal to her husband’s weight. Tula Daan is of great importance here in Dwarka. It’s said to relieve the donor of bad health. There are three types of Tula Daan.
The first one requires donating Ghee, Sugar and Rice in equal quantities equal to your weight (comes down to Rs.145 per kg)
Second one requires donating equal quantities of ghee, rice, sugar, wheat, 3 types of dals equivalent to your weight (come down to Rs.105-110 per kg)
Third requires donating: for eg, your weight is 60 kg, then 30 kg would be gehu and 5 kg each of the other 6 things mentioned in the second type. (comes down to Rs.70-75 per kg)
You could also insist on a Tula Daan of a much lower amount, as low as 1100/- or 2100/- for a couple. They allow it but the quantities and varities of stuff varies from that mentioned above.
Remember to keep yourself hydrated specially during summers. We grabbed some Fresh lime water and coconut water on the way to the hotel. Few hours later we left to visit other temples in the vicinity.