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Deogarh is situated on the right bank of the Betwa River, at the western end of the Lalitpur range of hills at a distance of 123 km from Jhansi.
It possesses the remains of a fine Vishnu temple dating to the Gupta era, and several Jain temples.The architecture and sculpture of these temples display a high level of craftsmanship.
Dashavatar temple was built by Gupta’s. This temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and was earlier known as Panchyatan temple in North India.
The terraced basement above the high plinth is decorated with sculpted panels. The figures of Ganga and Yamuna adorn the carved doorway leading to the sanctum sanctorum. Three large carved panels along the side walls-the Gajendramoksha panel, the Nar Narayan Tapasya and the Anantshayi Vishnu-depict scenes from Vaishnava mythology. Only the lower portion remains of the spire, which was the most important part of the temple.
The jain temples are situated inside the fort of Kanali on the hills overlooking the Betwa and are 31 in number. This place was a Jain centre from the 6th to the 17th century. The temples flourish in panels depicting scenes from Jain mythology, Tirthankara images, votive pillars, votive tablets, Jain images visible from all sides and pillars carved with a thousand Jain figures.
Deogarh Archaeological Museum
The site museum has a fine collection of sculpture, discovered from the surrounding.
How to reach
By Air : Nearest airport is at Gwalior (M.P) 235 km.
By Rail : The nearest railway station is Jakhlaun 13 km, which can be reached by Jhansi-Babina Passenger train, whereas Lalitpur is the most convenient railhead, (23 km).
By Road : Deogarh is connected by bus to all important centres in the region. Some of the major road distances are: Lalitpur-23 km, Matatila Dam-93 km, Jhansi 123 km.