The small town ship of Deogarh is near the district headquarters in Lalitpur District, in Uttar Pradesh, India. Deogarh is known for its Gupta period monuments. It is located on the right bank of the Betwa river on the Lalitpur range of hills.
A number of ancient monuments of Hindu and Jain communities are found within and outside the walls of the fort. It is of great antiquarian, epigraphical and archaeological importance and has been integral to the history of the Guptas, the Gurjara-Pratiharas, the Gondas, the Muslim rulers of Delhi, the Marathas and the British. It has 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. These monuments are protected by the Department of Archaeology of the Archaeological Survey of India and managed through its Northern Circle Office located in Agra.
Nearest airport is at Gwalior (M.P) : 235 km.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).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.