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Dungarpur India

Rawal Veer Singh built Dungarpur during 13th century. Dungarpur is situated in the foothills of Aravallis and has a varied terrain ranging from wild and rugged to fertile plains of alluvial soil. Dungarpur is widely known for wildlife varieties like Jackal, Jungle Cat, Indian Fox, Hyena, Black Faced Monkey, Porcupine and Common Mongoose. The birds that are commonly visible in this region are Partridges, Peafowl, and quails, Cuckoos, Eagles and Vultures. A few varieties of migratory birds also come to this place during winter season.

Dungarpur is famous for its unique style of architecture as seen in its palaces and noble residences. These royal residences are decked by 'jharokhas' made up of stone in a unique style typical of the area. The district's gold and silver smiths are renowned for lacquer painted toys and picture framing. The major places worth visiting in Dungarpur are Baneshwar Fair, Dungarpur Museum, Gaib Sagar Lake, Juna Mahal, Udai Bilas Palace and Urs- Galiyakot.

Dungarpur Museum is a newly constructed museum and is officially known as Rajmata Devendra Kunwar State Museum and Cultural Canter, Dungarpur. The famous Gaib Sagar Lake is situated amidst the picturesque surroundings at Dungarpur. It is a bird's paradise and has beautiful plantation on its banks.

Baneshwar Temple is located at the confluence of rivers Som and Mahi at a delta. This temple has three Shivlings. The Vishnu temple is located near this temple and is believed to be built on the spot where Mavji, an incarnation of Lord Krishna, meditated. A temple of Lord Brahma is also located nearby which is the venue of an annual fair.