Devgadh Baria is a region in Dahod area in the province of Gujarat, India. It is a residential community settled in the lower regions on the eastern outskirt of Gujarat State. It is 44 kilometers from Godhra in the west, 54 kilometers from Dahod in the east and 14 kilometers south of Ahmedabad-Indore expressway National Highway 59. It was set up in 1782. The Baria State was administered by Chauhan lords until its merger with the Union of India. The last leader of Devgadh Baria was hitched to a little girl of Gayatri Devi of Jaipur, Rajasthan, India. Devgadh Baria is situated on the bank of Panam River; a town constructed articulately in royal style.
It is a piece of Dahod locale some time ago Panchmahal in the territory of Gujarat. This town was built up in the year 1782. Two children of King Vatai Rawal got away from this area when the well known King of Gujarat, Mohammad Beghda, endeavored to vanquish Pavagadh. More seasoned sibling Prithiraj's child Udaisinh built up the town of Chhota Udaipur, though the more youthful sibling Dungerpursinh set up the popular town of Devagadh Baria. The group of Dungersinh ruled the Baria State for the twelve ages. The territory of Baria was constantly protected because of the extraordinary topographical area. Lord of Baria never gave any fiscal pay to Muslim or Maratha rulers.