Deogarh is the quaint riverside of Betwa. Its matchless collection of nearly 2000 sculptures and artifacts makes it stand apart. Visit of the alleys of this town transports our soul thousands years back. It is located in Lalitpur. The Deogarh monuments are protected by the Department of Archaeology of the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI)
Deogarh is a village in Lalitpur district of the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It is located on the right bank of Betwa River and to the west of Lalitpur hills. It is known for Gupta monuments and for many ancient monuments of Hindu and Jain origins are in and outside the walls of the fort. The Gupta temple dedicated to the Hindu god Vishnu, popularly known as the Dashavatara Temple and dated to the 6th-century CE, is the earliest known Panchyatana temple in North India.