Deeg is a town and a region in Bharatpur region in the province of Rajasthan, India. It is arranged 32 kilometers (20 mi) north of Bharatpur and 98 kilometers (61 mi) north of Agra. In Hindu folklore, Deeg was arranged along the parikrama way of Krishna, which began at Goverdhan, 14 kilometers (8.7 mi) from Deeg. In 1730, Maharaja Suraj Mal raised the solid post of Deeg. After Suraj Mal moved the cash-flow to Bharatpur, Deeg turned into the second capital of the leaders of Bharatpur royal state. It is known for its number of posts, royal residences, greenery enclosures and wellsprings.