India | Madhya Pradesh | Indore


Deoguradia is a small scenic village located about 8 km from Indore on Nemawar road, in Madhya Pradesh.

The place is renowned for an ancient teerth, the Garuda Teerth. Built in the 7th century and renovated in the 18th century by Ahilya Bai Holkar, this shrine has a water outlet in the shape of Gomukh from which water flows out almost as in Abhishek.

Other places of tourist interest are Chhappan Bazar and Sarafa. A big fair is held in the village on every Shivratri, in admiration of a 12 ft shivling in a sunken temple above which the present Garuda Teerth is constructed.

The nearest airport and railhead are at Indore, which is well connected with Bhopal and Gwalior.

Updated on 7th June, 2005
District: Indore
Location: Indore    


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