Deo Somnath Temple is a Lord Shiva temple which is located at a distance of 24 km away from Dungarpur at Deo Gaon. Situated on the banks of the River Som, it was constructed during the rule of Vikram Samwat in the 12th century. Beautifully built with white marble stone, Deo Somnath walls have many inscriptions. It is a replica of the Somnath temple of Gujarat and also resembles one of the Khajuraho temples of Madhya Pradesh. At the entrance of the temple, massively carved stone elephant structure and Lord Shiva bull also made of stone sit at the entrance.


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By Railways: Dungarpur Railway Station, 3 km from the main city, connects Dungarpur to all the major and minor destinations of India. Kundalgarh Railway Station in Kunda, 146 km away, can also be a good option to reach Dungarpur. The rail line between Udaipur and Ahmedabad in Gujarat runs through the town.


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