Deeg is a leading fort that was the capital of Jat rulers in the 18th century. It stands on a slightly raised ground that was set up in 1730 is square in layout. This fort is completely covered by a shallow wide moat. It has many protective walls, 10 gateways and studded with 72 bastions. The main entrance of this fort is protected with anti-elephant strikes. The most impressive of this fort is its huge towers that are fitted with cannons to take a good shot at any approaching enemy. The Suraj Mal Haveli is also found inside this fort which is made up of typical bangaldar style. It is typical Bengali curved bamboo roof that is imported to Rajasthan by Bengali architect of Jaipur - Vidyadhar Bhattacharya.
The Main Attractions of Fort is its entrance by a bridge in the north way which is protected with anti-elephant spikes. Another most enchanting and impressive part of the fort is its huge towers which stand haughtily piercing the sky. These towers were connected with cannons to take a good shot at any approaching enemy. It has carved shape which is based on the Bengali curved bamboo roof, probably imported to Rajasthan by the Bengali architect of Jaipur, Vidyadhar Bhattacharya.