Established during the reign of Solanki Rajputs this village has a
beautiful and lovely lake which is covers an area of 36 kms. Constructed
in the 10th century, this magnificent lake is home to hundreds of
migratory birds during the winter months.
The fort is situated on the bank of the lake. It is famous for the wall
paintings which are based on Bundi style; the paintings are still
beautiful and attractive.
The walls of the palace are covered with elaborate paintings depicting
scenes from the Raslila, the Radha Krishna story. Charming
spotted deer, peacocks, lions and elephants are also painted on the
walls. Ram Mandi of Dugari is very famous; it has remnants of 200 year
old wall paintings. The garden of Dugari is famous for chandan
The place holds natural and scenic beauty which attracts many visitors.