Dungarpur City Map


City Map of Dungarpur

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Dungarpur, the majestic 'City of Hills', dates back to 1282 A.D. The brainchild of Rawal Veer Singh, the region boasts of a vibrant past. This former Bhil bastion became the realm of the Rajput rulers of Mewar, when latter wrested control from Dungaria, the tribal chief. Though Rajput rulers have lorded over Dungarpur, the nomenclature of the region can be traced back to the legacy of the Bhils.

This wonderful city is strategically connected by roadways, railways and airways. The airport of Udaipur is situated at close quarters from the lovely Dungarpur.

If you choose to travel by train, Ratlam, located in Madhya Pradesh, your destination. It is also well connected with railheads of Ahmedabad and Udaipur. You can also opt for a bus ride. Besides, National Highway number eight snakes through Dungarpur. Bedecked horse drawn carriages and cycle rickshaws are popular modes of transport, when on a sight seeing spree.

It is a treasure trove of exquisite flora and fauna. You can spot mango, teak and date trees among an array of breathtaking foliage. On a wildlife safari, keep those shutterbugs clicking as you are sure to encounter mongooses, jackals, hyenas and monkeys among a host of others. The land of Som and Mahi rivers, the imperial Dungarpur is also the haunt of numerous cuckoos, partridges and eagles among others. Several migrant avian also visit the fantastic Dungarpur.

Rajasthan is a shopper's paradise. Dungarpur is no exception. Eye catching lacquer ware and lovely photo frames are perfect collector's items. Dungarpur has carved out a niche for itself for its distinct architectural aesthetics.

Some of the top tourist locales of Dungarpur are Ek Thambia Mahal, Shrinathji Temple, Juna Mahal, Baneshwar Temple, Boreshwar Mahadeo Temple, Deo Somnath Temple The royal Dungarpur also plays host to several colorful fairs. You can make a dash for the fairs such as Baneshwar, Khetrapal, Neelapani, Urs Peer Fakhruddin, Bhuvneshwar,Ganeshji, Vijvamata, Sheetlamata, Sidhnath, Gangeshwar, Kallaji, Janmaastmi,Gujreshwar, Jhijhwa, Kallaji, Murla Ganesh, Mahadeo Bhuwali, Ashapura Gamdi and Bhedmata

Accommodation is plentiful in Dungarpur. Savor the regal way of life at the heritage hotel Udai Bilas Palace.

So, pack your bags and draw up your itinerary to have a whale of a time at the beautiful Dungarpur.

     


     

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