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Dungarpur Tourism


About Dungarpur

Surely a delightful experience for every traveller, Dungarpur has something for every traveller. The unspoiled beauty of this offbeat city in Rajasthan is perfect especially for the history lovers who are looking forward to have a look at the breathtaking architecture and also the intrinsic designs showcased in each and every tourist attraction of Dungarpur. Home to the gold and silversmiths who are famous for lacquer painted toys and attractive picture framework, this distant, comparatively mysterious town proudly claims some surprising hidden creative riches. The place is set amidst the foothills of Aravali and has already impresses millions of tourists from all across the world with its fertile plains as well as the exotic wildlife. Tucked in Rajasthan’s south-most corner, Dungarpur is undoubtedly an ideal place to relax and witness the historical as well as spiritual facet of Rajasthan.


The distance between Delhi and Dungarpur is around 769 kms and the travel time to cover the same would be approximately 14 hours.

Places to see in Dungarpur

Juna Mahal
Dominating Dungarpur is the seven-storeyed Juna Mahal, built in the 13th century on a large rock. The interior of this palace fort, in contrast to its rather battered exterior, glows with exuberant ornamentation, and contains some of the most beautiful frescoes to be seen in Rajasthan. 

Remarkably well-preserved, these include a series of erotic paintings from the Kama Sutra in the erstwhile ruler's bedroom, on the top floor of the palace. It is a multi-layered complex consisting of seven storeys attractively decorated with the help of pareva that is a local green stone incorporating the mirror inlay, murals as well as the frescoes. Also called as the ‘Bada Mahal’ by many, this palace owns a remarkable look and has been praised by innumerable travellers. This huge setup has been presently converted into a heritage hotel serving a luxurious accommodation facilities to the travellers present here. 

Udai Bilas Palace 
Indulge in the engrossing beauty of the Udai Bilas Palace that is settled amidst the splendid surroundings with the pristine and peaceful Gaib Sagar Lake on one side as well as the lush green forests on the other. 

For engaging in the recreational activities and resting while communicating with the nature, then nothing is best than the beauteous Udai Bilas Palace. Udai Bilas Palace is a perfect place for experiencing the unique tribal life and exploring the birdlife serving as a destination that is best especially for the honeymoon couples. The romantic ambience accompanied with the structures specially filled up with the Rajput architecture, stone carvings as well as the attractive miniature paintings are highly apt for every kind of traveller especially those seeking for some cultural satisfaction.  Its history hails from the 19th century and till now, this gigantic setup is able to maintain its impressive charm with the surprises it has kept for its visitors. 

Gaib Sagar Lake 
Considered to be the most wonderful place with a sight to behold in Dungarpur, the Gaib Sagar Lake has a delightful beauty. It is situated in the heart of the city and is majorly favoured for the touristic attractions dotting its shores and the variety of migratory birds spotted there. The tourists are free to spend their time full of peace while being at the Gaib Sagar Lake. 

There is an existence of not even hundreds but thousands of ducks, purple herons, green pigeons, bee- eaters and many others on the side of this pristine lake. The crystal clear water of the Gaib Sagar Lake has always stunned the visitors with its peaceful aura and relieved essence. In order to have a glance of the lake when its beauty is at its utmost, you can witness it during the sunset as you see its water changing its colours due to the sun’s light.

Badal Mahal 
Spotted on the banks of Gaib Sagar Lake, the Badal Mahal is surely an exquisite place for every visitor to spend some time. With its interiors decorated intrinsically with the Rajputana style along with a pinch of the Mughal architecture, this palace’s beauty is surely worthy of falling in love with. 

The vicinity of Badal Mahal contains three domes, a veranda as well as two stages with their look complimenting each other’s look in an efficient manner. The whole monument is not made by a single person instead its ground floor has been formed by Maharawal Gopinath whereas the formation of the first floor as well the domes were facilitated finely by Maharawal Punjraj after some days. One can have the best as well as enlightened view of Badal Mahal when the sun sets in and this setup lights up and also the creation of dancing image on the serene lake.  

Baneshwar Temple 
One of the most direly followed and also a highly auspicious charm, the Baneshwar Temple has been passionately known by a good number of pilgrims all across the globe. It is a home to a Shiv Linga that has been known to be the one formed on its own that is also referred as the Swayambhu. 

The temple is located on the intrinsic delta that has been formed by the confluence of the Mahi and Som rivers. It has been divided into five different parts and has been presented on a gigantic stone. Located nearby this temple is a very old Vishnu temple that has its roots since 1793 A.D. and not only the Vishnu Temple is present here but also, the varied others such as the Burma Temple and the Lakshmi Narayan Temple have always fruitfully marked their presence. 

Shrinathji Temple 
Constructed by Maharawal Punjraj during the bygone days of the year 1623, the Shrinathji Temple has always attracted innumerable people with its divinity filled charm. The idols present in the internal premises of this divine hub which are of Shri Radhikaji and Goverdhan Nathji are full of vibrancy and purity. 

Also, there is a massive and innovative gallery present in the vicinity of the main temple. The visitors will also get quite impressed with the different other pilgrimage hubs present in medium sizes spotted in the temple’s complex. These temples are facing towards different directions. Out of these, 16 face west, 4 face the north and 16 face east and are constructed with an intention of paying homage to Shri Banke Bihariji and Shri Ramchandraji.

How to Reach Dungarpur

By Air : Udaipur, at a distance of about 110 km from the city, is the closest airport

By Rail : Well linked with key cities of the nation, Ratlam, at a distance of about 80 km from the city, is the closest railway station.

By Bus : An extensive system of roads links the city with other towns of Rajasthan and North India. Public conveyance as well as reserved bus facility is effortlessly accessible for various cities and towns.


There are around 48,000 people living in Dungarpur.

Climate And Weather

Accompanied with a quite dry climate, Dungarpur’s summer months are hot but not to the extent of the heat in other cities in Rajasthan. The average temperature during the summer months has been estimated at around 43°C (max) - 26°C (min). The city is quite cool during the wintertime with an average temperature of 25°C (max) - 9°C (min). Monsoons here are quite relieving and thus, you can get the best beauty of this city when the rain pours in. The average rainfall has been notified at around 47 cm to 76 cm.

Getting Around Dungarpur

For being a part of the sightseeing tours in Dungarpur, there are no local transportation facilities available and thus, you shall have to travel here in your own car or chauffeur driven vehicle.

Where to stay in Dungarpur

Dungarpur has got every kind of stay for its distinct travellers. This means that it has the hospitality facilities for every need of the traveller whether they are looking out for a one star property, a standard one or even a luxurious one. Apart from that, in order to experience the royal lifestyle the tourists can try out the super-amazing heritage properties here such as the Hotel Udai Bilas Palace.