The Deogarh fort is the most enchanting monument standing high up on a hillock towering over the town. Built in 1670 by Rawat Dwarkadasji of the Chaudawat clan from Sisodia Dynasty, this fort has a distinct significance that pulls the attention of many devotees and villages as well. Equipped with two hundred rooms, this palace is decorated with regal mural paintings on the walls, and balconies carved pillars.
A fascinating fort, Deogarh Fort in Chhindwara district, Madhya Pradesh has an ancient history records that memorize us the time of the rule of Bhakth Bulund King, whose kingdom spread over the Satpura ranges with "Devgarh" as capital. Devgarh fort was built by Jatav along with the several wells, tanks and buildings that have been extended over a large area.
It is said that in late 17th and early 18th centuries this Deogarh capital of Gonds rose to prominence when it encompassed all of present day Chhindwara, Nagpur, Bhandara, Seoni, Balaghat, Betul and Hoshangabad districts. Therefore, the reign has gained more and more importance and enjoyed power for nearly 200 years from Raja Jatba's reign.