Deogarh is a town in Lalitpur region of the Indian province of Uttar Pradesh. It is situated on the correct bank of Betwa River and toward the west of Lalitpur slopes. It is known for Gupta landmarks and for some old landmarks of Hindu and Jain sources are in and outside the dividers of the fortification. The Gupta sanctuary devoted to the Hindu god Vishnu, prevalently known as the Dashavatara Temple and dated to the sixth century CE, is the most punctual known Panchyatana sanctuary in North India. The post on the slope is ruled by a group of Jain sanctuaries on its eastern part, the most seasoned of these dating to the eighth or ninth century.
Aside from Jain sanctuaries, the divider frescoes of Jain pictures of "iconographic and the complex assortment", are uncommon highlights of the fortification. The three ghats, which give way to deal with the Betwa waterway edge from the post the Nahar Ghat, the Rajghat and the ghat with the Siddh ki Ghufa are additionally of archeological importance. The Deogarh landmarks are secured by the Department of Archeology of the Archeological Survey of India, and oversaw through its Northern Circle Office situated in Agra. ASI keep up an archeological historical center at the Deogarh site, which is noted for its cherished archeological figures.