Places to visit in Dungarpur

Nagfanji, Dungarpur

Nagfanji, Dungarpur

Ranked 1 of 25 things to do in Dungarpur

This is located very close to the village of Modar and is a very popular tourist attraction. Having a Jain temple with statues of Devi Padmawati, Nagfanji Parshwanath and Dharnendra, it is an important religious place for Jains. Close to the temple is the Nagfanji Shivalaya, whi... Read more
Beneshwar, Dungarpur

Beneshwar, Dungarpur

Ranked 2 of 25 things to do in Dungarpur

The Beneshwar Temple houses a Shiva Linga and is located at the delta created by the meeting point of the Mahi, Jakham and Som rivers, about 1.5 km away from Nawa Tapra village. There is also a Vishnu Temple and a Brahma temple, located very near the Beneshwar temple, that was c... Read more
Surpur Temple, Dungarpur

Surpur Temple, Dungarpur

Ranked 3 of 25 things to do in Dungarpur

Surpur Temple is a complex of old temples located on the banks of the Gangdi River, some 3 km from Dungarpur in the Surpur Village. There is a huge ghat located near the temple complex. Some of the important attractions here include Bhulbhulaiya, the Madhavrai Temple Group, vari... Read more

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    Deo Somnath, Dungarpur

    Deo Somnath, Dungarpur

    Ranked 4 of 25 things to do in Dungarpur

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    Deo Gaon, located about 24 km from Dungarpur towards the north-east,  has a very old temple of Lord Shiva named Deo Somnath, located on the banks of the Som River. The temple is believed to have been built during the reign of Vikram Samwat in 12th century A.D. It is built o... Read more
    Vijay Rajrajeshwer Temple, Dungarpur

    Vijay Rajrajeshwer Temple, Dungarpur

    Ranked 5 of 25 things to do in Dungarpur

    Located in the Gaib Sagar Lake, the Vijay Rajrajeshwer Temple is a very popular attraction because of its location as well as the Mahadev Temple. It was Maharawal Vijay Singh, who started building the Mahadev temple; but its consecration or pratishthapan was completed by Maharaw... Read more
    Galiakot, Dungarpur

    Galiakot, Dungarpur

    Ranked 6 of 25 things to do in Dungarpur

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    The village of Galiakot is located on the banks of Mahi River, nearly 58 km towards the south-east of Dungarpur. The village has got its name from a Bhil Chieftain who used to rule this area. It also used to be the capital of the Parmars and also the Dungarpur State. The villag... Read more
    Shrinathji Temple, Dungarpur

    Shrinathji Temple, Dungarpur

    Ranked 7 of 25 things to do in Dungarpur

    Maharawal Punjraj originally built this temple and he performed the consecration or pratishthapan of the temple in 1623 A.D. The prime attractions of the temple are the statues of Shri Radhikaji and Goverdhannathji. It is believed from the Pushti Marg writings, that it was Shri ... Read more
    Udai Bilas Palace, Dungarpur

    Udai Bilas Palace, Dungarpur

    Ranked 8 of 25 things to do in Dungarpur

    This was the royal residence of its namesake, Maharawal Udai Singh II, who was a great patron of art and architecture. It is a specimen of Rajput architecture, with intricately designed balconies, pillars and panels, arches and bracketed windows. It is situated on the banks of G... Read more
    Ek Thambiya Mahal, Dungarpur

    Ek Thambiya Mahal, Dungarpur

    Ranked 9 of 25 things to do in Dungarpur

    The actual name of the Ek Thambiya Mahal is Krishna Prakash and was surrounded by the Vijay Niwas, Udai Bilas, Lakshman Niwas and Khuman Niwas palaces from the four sides. The mahal is located in the middle of a four-faced pond, in a square courtyard or chowk. The courtyard is d... Read more
    Juna Mahal, Dungarpur

    Juna Mahal, Dungarpur

    Ranked 10 of 25 things to do in Dungarpur

    The Juna Mahal was built in the 13th century A.D. and is a seven-storied building that almost looks likes a fortress; with its turrets, crenellated walls, corridors and very thin entrances. But the interiors are pleasingly designed with glass and mirror work, frescoes and miniat... Read more
    Government Museum, Dungarpur

    Government Museum, Dungarpur

    Ranked 11 of 25 things to do in Dungarpur

    The Rajmata Devendra Kunwar Government Museum is the perfect place to look out for specimen and evidence of the rich past of Dungarpur. The collection showcases the old culture and civilization of the Vagad area. Some of the  attractions include metal statues, statues of de... Read more
    Fatehgarhi, Dungarpur

    Fatehgarhi, Dungarpur

    Ranked 12 of 25 things to do in Dungarpur

    There is a small hill located opposite Gaibsagar Lake, which offers great views of the entire city of Dungarpur, including the Badal Mahal, Gaibsagar Lake and Udai Bilas Palace. There is also a small Hanuman Temple on top of the hill along with a life size statue of Swami Viveka... Read more
    Dev Somnath Temple, Dungarpur

    Dev Somnath Temple, Dungarpur

    Ranked 13 of 25 things to do in Dungarpur

    Located some 25 km from Dungarpur, the Dev Somnath Temple is the only temple in the whole world that is made of only stone, without any kind of packing material like sand, lime etc. It is located on the banks of the Som River in the Dev Village. Built in the 12th century A.D. by... Read more
    Gaib Sagar, Dungarpur

    Gaib Sagar, Dungarpur

    Ranked 14 of 25 things to do in Dungarpur

    This manmade lake was originally built by Maharaj Gopinath or Gaipa Rawal in 1428 A.D. and has always been a great symbol of pride for the local people. The lake has many mentions in various literature pieces and historical evidences. A large number of local legends and stories ... Read more
    Badal Mahal, Dungarpur

    Badal Mahal, Dungarpur

    Ranked 15 of 25 things to do in Dungarpur

    The Badal Mahal is located at one side of the Gaibsagar and is very famous for its intricate designs. Built of dawra stone, the Mahal was built in two stages: Maharawal Gopinath built the ground floor and verandah and Marahawal Punjraj built the first floor and domes later. Each... Read more
    Bhuvaneshwar Temple, Dungarpur

    Bhuvaneshwar Temple, Dungarpur

    Ranked 16 of 25 things to do in Dungarpur

    Bijay Raj Rajeshwar Mandir, Dungarpur

    Bijay Raj Rajeshwar Mandir, Dungarpur

    Ranked 17 of 25 things to do in Dungarpur

    Dhaneshwar Mahadev Mandir, Dungarpur

    Dhaneshwar Mahadev Mandir, Dungarpur

    Ranked 18 of 25 things to do in Dungarpur

    Dungarpur Fort, Dungarpur

    Dungarpur Fort, Dungarpur

    Ranked 19 of 25 things to do in Dungarpur

    Gaib Sagar Lake, Dungarpur

    Gaib Sagar Lake, Dungarpur

    Ranked 20 of 25 things to do in Dungarpur

    This manmade lake was originally built by Maharaj Gopinath or Gaipa Rawal in 1428 A.D. and has always been a great symbol of pride for the local people. The lake has many mentions in various literature pieces and historical evidences. A large number of local legends and stories ... Read more