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DUNGARPUR

ABOUT DUNGARPUR:

MODE OF COMMUNICATION:

SIGHTSEEING AT A GLANCE

FORT & MONUMENTS

Juna Mahal, Dungarpur Fort, Udai Bilas Palace, Badal Mahal,               Mazar-e-Fakhri.

 

TEMPLES

Dhaneshwar mahadev mandir, Shrinathji Mandir, Surpur Temple, Fatehgadi Hanumanji Mandir, Hanuman Temple, Mataji Ka Mandir, Hari Mandir, Jain Temple, Shree Keshariya Ji temple, Sai Baba Mandir, Bhuvaneshwar – Shiva Temple, Vijay Rajrajeshwar Temple, Deo Somnath Temple, Shrinathji Temple, Baneshwar Temple, Goodh Mandap, Nagfanji.

 

MUSEUM

Dungarpur Mews Car Museum,                                                         Government Archaeological Museum,                                                           

Rajmata Devendra Kunwar State Museum State & culture Centre.

 

AUDITORIUM

Dr Shayama Prasad Hall, Rajmata vijyaraje sindhiya,                                    Pt. Dindayal Upadhyay Bhawan.

 

LAKES

Sabela Lake, Gaib Sagar Lake.

FAIRS & FESTIVALS

Baneshwar Fair.

SHOPPING

Super Market, Dungarpur Shopping Mall, Vardhman Vastralaya, Musafirkhana complex, Dream House Gift & Toys, Vijay Trading Company, vishal store, Panwar fashion.

 

 

ATTRACTIONS OF DUNGARPUR

Udai Bilas Palace:

Juna Mahal:

 Gaib Sagar Lake:

Government Archaeological Museum:

Badal Mahal:

Beneshwar temple:

Bhuvaneshwar – Shiva Temple:

Surpur Temple:

Vijay Rajrajeshwer Temple:

Shrinathji Temple:

Goodh Mandap:

Nagfanji:

Deo Somnath Temple:

Mazhar- e- Fakhri:

         

 

FAIRS & FESTIVALS OF DUNGARPUR  

Baneshwar Fair is very popular with the tribals of the region and is primarily a religious one. This fair is held in Dungarpur in the month of  January-February  for one day.The rituals are simple and the occasion is celebrated by Bhils tribals.. The fair has been created by merging two fairs. The Bhils worship Baneshwar Mahadev and Mavji in the fair. From Rajasthan, the tribals come from places such as Banswara, Udaipur, and Dungarpur. The Bhils sing their folk songs. Everyone is invited to participate in the song and dance routine. There are even magic shows held that enthrall the audience with simple tricks. On this occasion, the priest of the temple offers puja 5 times a day and devotees offer wheat flour, jaggery, ghee, salt, cash and other essential commodities to the Shiva Linga. Aarti during the morning and evening are the main attractions of this fair.

For more Information, kindly visit :- http://www.tourism.rajasthan.gov.in/fairs-and-festivals.html