Enjoy Dewas: The Soy Capital Of India!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

Dewas has a vast culture that's growing and a powerful industrial units. It's Madhya Pradesh's tourism and business center.

This sanctuary's rich vegetation and fauna attract wildlife enthusiasts. Monkeys, deer, wild boars, and peacocks can be seen.

Kheoni wildlife sanctuary

The hills have great views of the landscape around them and are a great place to watch the sunset or have a picnic with friends and family.

Kavadia Hills

The temple is dedicated to Lord Manibhadra, one of the Jain Tirthankaras, and shows the rich spiritual and cultural history of India.

Shri Manibhadra Veer Temple

This calm area is a popular tourist destination due to its beautiful scenery. Although risky, visiting during the monsoon season is a good idea for adventurers.

Gidya Khoh

Dharaji is a village in Dewas that has a lot of historical and cultural artifacts and is known for its traditional architecture and rich cultural history.


Dewas' Pawar Chattries are cenotaphs honoring the Pawar family. Tourists love these wonderful carvings.

Pawar Chattries

Lord Shiva is honored at the Siddheshwar Mahadev Temple, which is a well-known Hindu temple. It is famous for its architecture and for the peace and quiet it gives.

Siddheshwar Mahadev Temple

People believe that the goddess Kela Devi keeps evil spirits away from the city. The temple is for Goddess Kela because of this.

Kela Devi Temple

This kind of temple is Chamunda Tekri, which has a spiritual temple and great views from the top of the hill. The goddess Chamunda is honored at the temple.

Chamunda Tekri

The temple is known for having beautiful architecture that is unlike anything else. This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva.

Mahakaleshwar Bilawali Temple

This church is one of Dewas' oldest historical sites. Tourists visit the church for its magnificent architecture and peaceful surroundings.

Grace Church