A feudal estate located on the boundaries of Marwar, Mewar and Merwara, about 80 miles in the north-east of Udaipur, Deogarh is a small yet charming town of the state of Rajasthan. Deogarh is beautifully nestled in the picturesque locale of lakes and hills. Thus, this destination enjoys comparatively cooler weather than other parts of Rajasthan that makes it a perfect destination for weekend holidays as well as a significant place in the Rajasthan travel map. This town is largely affected by the colorful lifestyle of neighboring Bhil villages which truly reflects in its art and culture. Besides the historic palaces, forts and horse safaris, Deogarh is renowned for being the school of iconic miniature paintings, which also include the personal collection of the current 'Rawat Sahib of Deogarh'. Reflecting the true and colorful heritage, Deogarh is a must visit destination in Rajasthan. The experience of Deogarh travel will be a lifetime memory for in your travel diary. If you are planning a visit to this city, then choose the best Deogarh holiday packages and explore Deogarh at its best.
Mid-March - end June
June - end September
Annual rainfall -250 cm
Late November To Mid-February
Standing beautifully atop a hill, this is a magnificent monument that offers picturesque views of the Aravalli mountain range and lakes. The palace was constructed in the 17th century and is decorated with royal turrets, domes and jharokhas. Make sure you must visit this tourist attraction during your Deogarh tour.
Earlier known as Panchayatan temple of north India, this beautiful temple is believed to be built during Gupta period and is devoted to Vishnu temple. The temple is best known for being the first north-Indian temple with a Shikhara or spire.
It is a 17th century ancient destination, which is dotted with a group of 31 Jain temples. Each temple reveals the images from mythologies like a Manasthambha, Tirthankara, Ayagpatta, Sarvatobhadra and Sahastrakuta etc.
Deogarh Archaeological Museum:
This widespread museum features a wonderful collection of sculptures, which were excavated or discovered from the surrounding region.
It is an extraordinary cave temple that is believed to be 2,000 years old. Its ruins can be found on an island in the Raghosagar Lake.
This impressive palace is located over a hillock and is present home of the Rawat. It is set in a picturesque locale around Raghosagar Lake. The building is said to be around 200 years old.