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Galiakot is a village found on the banks of the River Mahi, at a Distance of 58 km from Dungarpur. Galiakot is popular for the Syed Fakhruddin shrine. Syed Fakhruddin was a famous holy person who after his death was covered in the town of Galiakot. This holy place was built using white marble and emerges as a splendid bit of construction modeling in the locale. Visitors can see the intricate designs on the dome of the shrine. A huge number of enthusiasts of Dawoodi Bohra visit the holy place on the event of 'Urs', which is held consistently on the 27th day of Muharram.


Udai Bilas Palace

This palace was constructed by Maharawal Udai Singh-II, on the banks of Gaibsagar lake in Shivbagh complex between 1883-87ad, for their own residence. This royal residence was constructed from local balwariya and parewa stone. The royal residence is isolated into three parts viz Udai Bilas, Raniwas and Krishna Prakash (Ek Thambiya Mahal). This palace offers entrancing sketches and alluring architecture. Currently, a heritage hotel is continuously worked in one a part of this palace. No two rooms are apparently identical, basically in light of the fact that no two visitors are identical. From suites to visitor rooms each one captivates with its own particular identity and modern comforts for an one of a kind experience.

udai bilas palace

Juna Mahal

The Juna Mahal was built in the thirteenth century A.d. by Rawal Veer Singh Deo and is a seven-storied building that just about looks prefers a fort; with its turrets, passages and extremely thin doors. But the inner parts are pleasingly composed with glass and mirror work, frescoes and smaller than Paintings. After understanding the necessity of this palace, his child Rawal Bhuchand transferred the capital of Dungarpur State to this royal residence. From that time, this royal residence turned into the centre of all the activities of Dungarpur State.

juna mahal

Government Museum

The Government Museum placed in Dungarpur is an superb spot to see the specimen and proof of the rich past of Dungarpur. The gathering showcases the ancient culture and culture of the Vagad territory. Some of the attractions incorporate metal statues, statues of gods, little depictions, stone engravings and coins belonging to the sixth century. Government Museum showed in three galleries, the accumulation in the exhibition hall incorporate 197 pictures of god and goddesses, 23 engravings, metal pictures, coins and items related with tribal culture of the locale.

government museum


The name baneshwar is derived from the rivered shiva linga which is kept in the Mahadev Temple in Dungarpur. The temple has Islamic impacts in the influences of color and designs, with different aesthetic examples in pink, blue and green. Baneshwar Fair one of the greatest Bhil celebrations in Rajasthan, celebrated every year upon the arrival of the pran pratishta of the idol. The best time to visit Baneshwar is between the months of Jan-Feb when the Baneshwar Fair celebrated upon the arrival of the consecration of the idol.

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