Deogarh is a popular tourist destination in Rajasthan snuggled in the Aravali Hills. The city is well-known for the beautiful Deogarh Mahal, one of Rajasthan's finest heritage hotels. Deogarh is a pure symbolisation of the colourful culture of the Rajasthani people. Deogarh is spotted on the boundaries of three notable destinations Marwar, Merwara, and Mewar that are approximately 80 miles away from Udaipur. This vibrant city is bounded by the Bhil villages and that too at an elevation of 2100 feet above sea level.
Deogarh is also known and visited for its Deogarh School of painting is a breakaway from the major Mewar School of miniature painting that originated in Udaipur. Engross in the marvellous miniature paintings of from Deogarh presented by this city and let your inner artist speak out loud while having a glance on these masterpieces. Here, the travellers can engross in the pristine aura of varied lakes and other commendable tourists’ attractions standing proudly with an intention of letting the visitors admire their immortal beauty.
On mentioning about the sightseeing places in Deogarh, the first site that strikes the mind is the Deogarh Mahal. This 17th century palace is tucked high above a hill between the two very famous Jodhpur and Udaipur. It is quite lavish and while being here, the travellers will be getting a royal feel. Also known as the Deogarh Mahal, it consists of 50 rooms and from each of these rooms you can get a heart stealing view of the lakes. Rawal Nahar Singh who is the present owner of this property transformed the Deogarh Mahal into a heritage property. Right from this palace, you can grab a panoramic view of the whole city proving as the most beautiful sight a person would have ever witnessed. Presently it is serving as the best luxury hotel in Rajasthan and also the best exhibitor of architectural masterpiece.
Besides sightseeing, indulge in the enjoyable and fun-filled activities organized by the hotel. Explore the pastoral setting of the village. Try the Rural Rail activity and enjoy a rail ride to the gigantic yet beautiful Aravalli hills on the Meter guage train moving on the British Track marking its existence since 1930s. Deogarh is also home to many beautiful lakes situated nearby, that is home to the colourful migratory birds.