Dungarpur – The City of hillocks



Dungarpur-The City of hillocks, which is located in the southern part of Rajasthan. The city is the administrative headquarters of the Dungarpur District. According to historical records, before it was the capital of the princely state of Dungarpur. The ancient people Bhil tribal people and the head of the district and the state was the first time at this location. King Veer Singh acquired Dungarpur from the chief of the Bhil community.

Dungarpur - The City of hillocks
Deo Somnath Temple – Architecture P.C

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Making toys and picture framing – Open creativity!

Here is a description of the toy industry is incomplete without a description of the Dungarpur location. Beautiful wooden toys are made here, and they are used to smooth lacquer. Most toys portray humans and animals. These toys are represented at several fairs and opportunities. Besides toys Dungarpur gold and silver are known to Sunaron framing of paintings by.

Dungarpur town massive rice, teak, mangos and palm produce. Tourists can also go for trekking in the dense forests of Dungarpur and variety of wild animals such as jackals, wild cats, foxes, porcupines and weasels can see.

Fairs and Festivals – Expressions of gaiety!

Dungarpur - The City of hillocks
A Seem From Baneshwar Fair

The fair Baneshwar Baneshwar temple of Dungarpur popular tribal festival. The festival on the full moon of the month of February or Magh Shukla Purnima is celebrated, the shrine attracts large number of tourists. On this solemn occasion, Gujarat, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh are the Bhil tribal dip in the confluence of the Mahi and Som. Tantric Ganesh, Brahmi wearing deer hide, Shiva holding a harp, Pdmidi, Pdmpani Chairman, Vaishnavi riding Garuda, also Wagl festival is one of the popular festivals of Dungarpur. The festival showcases the region’s folk dance and music. Popular Hindu festival of Holi is celebrated by tribal dances here. Diwali, the Indian festival of lights and just after Diwali which is celebrated at fair Braj region’s other major festivals.

Attractive toys, festivals and wildlife than its majestic Dungarpur palaces, ancient temples, museums and lakes are famous for. Udai Bilas Palace is famous for its architecture of the Rajputana style. The palace is divided into three parts which Seraglio, Rise Bilas and Krishna Prakash or a Thambia called castle.

Its intricate workmanship balconies (balconies), known for arches and windows, the palace is now a heritage hotel. Tourists can also see the Juna Mahal which is famous for its mirror and glass work. Dungarpur Badal Mahal, another magnificent palace. The palace is located along Lake Gab Sea Rajput and Mughal style of their complex design and is known for blending style of architecture.

Dungarpur is known for its many Hindu and Jain temples. While in this tourist destination Baneshwar temple, Bhubaneswar, Surapur Temple, Deo Somnath Temple, Vijay Rajrajeshwar can visit Temple and Shrinathji Temple. Gab Sagar lake due to numerous palaces and temples of this tourism is a major attraction. Dungarpur tourist who visit the Rajmata Devendra Kunwar Government Museum they are planning (Government Museum), Nagfnji, Galiakot and Ftehgdi can walk.

How to Reach Dungarpur

Dungarpur district air, rail and road is easily accessible. Udaipur’s Maharana Pratap Airport or Dabok Airport is the closest airport to Dungarpur. Foreign tourists from New Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport can be reached. Ratlam in Madhya Pradesh station is the nearest railhead of Dungarpur. To reach the destination from the airports or railway stations can hire taxi. Udaipur and other neighbouring cities by bus can reach.

The weather is warm and dry throughout the year in Dungarpur. Dungarpur to celebrate the holidays in the most appropriate time is between October and November because this time the weather is pleasant.