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Bharatpur Division : Deeg
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Deeg is a town in Bharatpur district in the state of Rajasthan in India famous for its palaces built by jat rulers of Bharatpur. It was the capital of them.

Get in[edit]

Bus's frequently run from Alwar (Rs 36, 2 1/2 hours) and Bharatpur ( Rs 19, one hour). One can also reach Deeg by Train from Mathura (Rs. 8, one hour) or from Alwar (Rs. 17, 2 and half hour).

Get around[edit]

One can visit the town 'KAMAN' known for Vimal Kund and Cheel Mahal by half an hour bus travel (Rs. 10)


  • Deeg fort
  • Jal-Mahal palace (admission Rs 100)


Now a days Deeg is famous for the three-day fair held in the month of September, when the forts of Deeg are brought to liveliness. Deeg has various kinds of palaces, the most famous among them is "Sawan-Bhadon". The palace has a hollow ceiling with rolling iron spheres in it; when water is made to flow into the ceiling, these spheres collide with each other and produce a sound like raining clouds.



Do not forget to try traditional fast foods like - Kachori and Aaloo Bhalla.



Deeg is small and there are only a couple of places to stay, neither very exciting. Most visitors to Deeg stay at Bharatpur or Agra.

  • Motel Deeg CLOSED, 2321203. Run by RTDC (Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation), the rooms are clean if very basic. Nice garden though. Rs350-400.  edit


Get out[edit]

Bus's frequently run to Alwar (Rs 30, 2 1/2 hours) and Bharatpur ( Rs 15, one hour, half hourly). There is one direct bus to Agra (Rs50)

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