It had its place in glory during the rule of Gupta Dynasty, the Gurjara-Pratiharas, the Gondas, the Marathas and the Muslims rulers of Delhi. Here one finds the remains of a magnificent Dashavatar Temple dating back to the 5th Century. The Gupta period and several Jain temples from that time are a major attraction for tourists. The architecture of these temples displays a high level of craftsmanship. There are about 2000 sculptures at one place in Deogarh, which is probably the only collection of its kind in the world. It also houses the amazing rock cut caves at Siddha-ki-Gufa that can be traced back to the 6th Century. Going down the steep steps at Naharghati at the east end of the Deogarh Fort to the Betwa River is a memorable experience.
People inclined in the deep study of ancient and historical monuments must visit this site. The excavations here have unearthed some of the most crucial findings that give glimpses of the evolution of Jainism in the Era of the Gupta Dynasty.
It houses about 2000 sculptures making it the largest such collection in the world.
This temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu is the earliest known Panchayatan Temple in North India.
Gwalior is the nearest airport to reach Deogarh.
The most convenient railway station to reach Deogarh is Lalitpur.
Deogarh is well connected to all major cities by road.
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