Originally built in the 17th century, the Deogarh Mahal bears on the top on a hill top offering wonderful view of the Aravalli mountain range. This fort is surrounded with several placid lakes spreading around the countryside.
Going back to the Gupta period Dashavatar Temple was originally named as Panchayatan temple. It is believed that the temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and worshipped by thousands of followers.
The Deogarh fort is a prominent monument that stands high up on a hillock towering over the town. It is built by Rawat Dwarkadasji of the Chaudawat clan from Sisodia Dynasty in 1670. There are two hundred rooms in this palace that are decorated with regal mural paintings on the walls, and balconies with carved pillars.
An imposing palace, situated over a hillock. It is the present home of the Rawat. It stands in a scenic locale around Raghosagar Lake.