Deogarh is located in north-east of Udaipur in the state of Rajasthan on the boundaries of Mewar, Marwar and Merwara, about 80 miles. It has a height of about 2100 ft above sea level. Today, Deogarh is a world famous school which is renowned for miniature painting and some of the loveliest Deogarh miniatures. One can also be seen Frescoes of this art form on the fort walls.
Tour Attractions in Deogarh
Dating dates back to the 17th century, The Mahal stands proudly on a hill top presenting an overwhelming view of the Aravalli mountain range. It has numerous placid lakes that are spread all over the countryside. About 3 years ago, the present owner Rawal-Nahar Singh was switched Deogarh Mahal into a hotel.
Dating back to the Gupta period Dashavatar Temple was known as the Panchayatan temple. It has been devoted to Lord Vishnu lying above the temple plinth is the terraced basement which is adorned with a continuous row of sculptured panels.
Manastambha is a cluster of 31 Jain temples belonging to the post-Gupta period upto the 17th century. One can watch several things here namely panels representing Jain mythology, Tirthankara images, a Manastambha (votive pillar), Ayagpatta (votive tablet), Sarvato bhadra pratima (Jaina images visible from all sides) and Sahastrakuta (pillar carved with a thousand Jain figures).
Chanderi is a tiny village that is famous for its Chanderi saris, some of the supreme examples of Bundela Rajput and Malwa Sultanate architecture. Tourists can also see some beautiful places: Mughal fort, the Koshak Mahal, commissioned by Mahmud Khilji in 1445, the Badal Mahal Gate -a victory arch, Jama Masjid, the Shahzadi ka Rouza, a building with appealing arches and the Parmeshwar Tal.