Devi Garh sightseeing


The village where Devi Garh by lebua is located boasts four 14th Century Jain temples, which formed the inspiration for the famous temples of Dilwara near Mount Abu, these exquisitely carved temples are well worth a visit. Delwara village retains its culture and authentic style, with most of its inhabitants pursuing traditional agriculture as a profession. This 450-year-old village has a varied community comprising Jhala's (Rajputs), Patel's, Gameti's (Bhil tribe), Muslim's, and Jain's.


Three kilometers from Delwara in the small lake of Bapparawal and a visit to this lake is the best way to enjoy the scenic beauty of the Aravali hills.

A mere 40 minutes drive from Devi Garh by lebua lies the city of Udaipur, considered to be one of the most beautiful cities in India, was the last capital of the state of Mewar. Founded in 1567 by Maharana Udai Singh on the bank of Lake Pichola, Udaipur is a city of palaces, gardens, and lakes. The Lake Palace and the beautiful City Palace, (part of which has been converted into a museum housing the largest collection of crystal in the world,) are just two of Udaipur's main attractions.


A temple complex consisting of 108 temples built of sandstone and marble, dating back to 734 A.D, and a mere 5 kilometers away.

This site offers a cluster of temples that have intricate stone carvings and are in close proximity to a lily pond. At only 6 kilometers away, this attraction is nearby for guests at Devi Garh by lebua.