The city of Devgarh is located at a distance of 123 kilometers from Jhansi. This place is in the western part of the hill range named Devgarh. This place has got a lot of historical significance. This place has been an important element in the history of great dynasties like Gupto, Gurjar-Pratiharo, Gondo, Muslim emperors of India, Marathas and British people. One can inspect the ruins of an excellent temple dedicated to Vishnu and many Jain temples. The Vishnu temple has been constructed during the Gupta rule.
Dashavatar Temple This exquisite Vishnu temple is the first Panchatatan temple in the whole of North India. The sculpture gate, which is the entry point to the sacred chamber, has figures of the Ganges and Yamuna, the Gajendramoksa panel, the Nara Narayana tapasya and the everlasting Vishnu are three huge volumes, which depict Vaishnava mythological stories. It is under the supervision of Betwa in the Jain Temple Canali Fort. This place was a place of Jainism between the 6th and 17th centuries. Incidents and glimpses of mythological stories, Tirthankar paintings, fasting pillars, tableau of Mannato, Jain paintings and much more are presented in large sections in and around these temples. An excellent assortment of sculptures can be seen in the display of the Deogarh Archaeological Museum.
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