Deogarh in Pratapgarh, Rajasthan, India - get details, & find more attractions to visit nearby

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Deogarh

Deogarh, Rajasthan 313331, India

Mountain Peaks
Palaces
Notable Architectures

About Deogarh

This is a famous ancient place located in pratapgarh district located on a small hill. Rajmahal, old Bawadia, Catchment areas and Jain temples are located in Devgarh. A famous temple of "Beejamata" is also situated here, where a fair takes place every year.



Attractions near Deogarh

Rajsamand Lake50.52km from Deogarh

An artificial lake located near to the town of Rajsamand built in the 17th century which is around 1.75 miles wide. There are five toranas (weighing arches) where Maharana Raj Singh and his descendants organized the annual event of Tuladan.

Badnore Fort50.8km from Deogarh

Badnore Fort is an excellent example of medieval Indian military style of architecture. This seven storied fort stands atop a hill and presents breathtaking views all around.

Kumbhalgarh Fort52.77km from Deogarh

This is a Mewar fortress on the westerly range of Aravalli ranges. This is a world heritage site included in the hill forts of Rajsthan built during the coarse of 15th century

Ranakpur Jain Temple63.4km from Deogarh

This is a Jain temple dedicated to Tirthankara Rishabanatha.  Ranakpur Temples are acclaimed world-wide for their intricate and superb architectural style. These temples form one of the five major pilgrimages of the Jains.

Chetak Smarak Haldighati74.57km from Deogarh

This is a memorial for Rana Pratap's famed steed Chetak in the Indian state of Rajasthan. The horse died of battle wounds after helping the Rana effect a miraculous escape from the Battle of Haldigati.

Bullet Baba81.6km from Deogarh

Om banna is a shrine located in Pali district. devoted to a deity in the form of a motorcycle.

Where is Deogarh

Discover more attractions in Pratapgarh, where Deogarh is located

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Well known for pure gold and glass-inlay handmade unique jewelry called "Thewa".