Deogarh that is situated in the present Lalitpur district of Uttar Pradesh. Deogarh is epigraphically and archaeologically a very importance site of Uttar Pradesh. The name of Deogarh of Uttar Pradesh is mentioned many times in the chronicles of Indian history. Deogarh is a witness to many important events in Indian history. Deogarh of Uttar Pradesh has found mentioned during the reign of the Guptas, Gonds, and during Muslim rule in Delhi. Deogarh in Uttar Pradesh was also important during British raj.

Deogarh is set by the bank of river Betwa and is popularly called the temple town. Deogarh attracts thousands of tourists who come to the city to visit the temples and have a glimpse of the past history through the archaeological site and its museum.

The Dashavatar Temple of Deogarh, Uttar Pradesh is a beautiful Vishnu temple of the Gupta period. This hindu temple of Deogarh at Uttar Pradesh was previously known as the Panchayatan temples of north India and called the 'Jewel of Deogarh'. The temple is popular for its Rathika Panels and noted for being the first temple of India with a Shikara or Spire.

Apart from the Dashavatar Temple, Deogarh in Uttar Pradesh is also a famous Jain Center of India. Today, Deogarh, Uttar Pradesh, boasts for being the home to nearly 31 remarkable ancient Jain temples.

The panels inside these Jain temples depict panoramas of Jain mythology, images of the Tirthankaras, votive pillars and votive tablets carved on the walls of the temple. This site of Deogarh at Uttar Pradesh, remained as the famous Jain center from the 6th to the 17th century. These temples are situated on the Deogarh fort.

The Deogarh Archaeological Museum has the finest collection of ancient art and sculpture retrieved from the neighboring sites of Deogarh, Uttar Pradesh.