It is one of the historical cities of Rajasthan state in India. It is oldest city and belongs to 12th century. One can find many interesting places in and around this city. Throughout the year, there are countless of festivals and fairs are celebrated here. Vagad Festival, Banheshwar Fair, Bhedmata Fair, Amit Egyaras and Vithaldeo Fair are the famous festivals celebrated with great pomp and show. These festivals are depicting the tradition and culture of Rajasthan at its full bloom state. Purnima Garba is another popular fair celebrated in Dungarpur which grans numerous visitors from far and wide. There are some havelis and palaces can be found in and around Dungarpur. Udai Bilas Palace and Old Palace or Juna Mahal are among the famous palaces. These buildings, havelis and palaces are architectural marvels of Rajasthan. Other popular places are Gap Sagar Lake, Beneshwar Dham, Srinathji Temple, Government Museum of Archeology and Rokadia Ganesh Temple.
Places to visit
This is the temple town located around 41 km from Dungarpur. It is famous remnants of Rajput temples. Shiva temples are much famous in Baroda. It is most visited place during Dungarpur visit.
Juna Mahal, Gaib Sagar Lake, Bhuvaneshwar temple, Deo Somnath temple, State archeological museum, Shrinathji temple, Beneshwar, Surpur temple and Vijay Rajeshwar temple are other popular places in Dungarpur.
How to reach Dungarpur
Udaipur airport is the nearest airport located around 110 km from Dungarpur.
Ratlam railway station is the closest railhead to reach Dungarpur by train.
There are many buses available to reach Dungarpur from Udaipur.
In summer 22-40 C and in winter 10-32 C and best visited from October to March.