The city of hills, known for its artistic skill of toy making and painting of gold and silver photo frames on rocks, Dungarpur is actually a gem city which is the feather of the cap of Rajasthan. A land inhabited by the Bhilos and Dungrios, the foothills of the Aravallis are inhabited by lush wildlife and fertile plains. One of the best tribal fairs of Rajasthan, Baneshwar and Green Stone is widely exported.
This offbeat destination in Rajasthan is ideal for history lovers, there are many historical tourist places like Udai Bilas Palace, Juna Mahal and Badal. Most of these architectural marvels have been embellished with "Jharokha" (windows). And a signature style was brought to the picture at the time of Maharawal Shiv Singh (1730 - 1785 AD). Because the city is dotted with many temples, the Baneshwar Temple is the most important place. Other important temples to see in this place are Surpur, Nagfanji, Kshatrapala, Dev Somnath Vijay Rajarajeshwar, and Shrinathji, which is situated on the banks of the ancient Gaib Lake.
At the foothills of the Aravalli hills of southern Rajasthan, it is blessed with inspiring heritage and natural beauty. The palace is decorated with frescoes, glass works, mirror roots and frescoes. Its official archaeological museum displays a collection of inscriptions, metal images, tribal items, coins and images of deities. Some of the famous festivals of these never-ending fairs and festivals are Vagad Mahotsav, Banheshwar Mela, Bhidmata Mela, Amit Iyaras, Vithaldev Fair and many more. Gap Sagar Lake, Beneshwar Dham, Shrinathji Temple, Government Museum of Archeology, Rokadia Ganesh Temple can be visited around it.
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