Deotamura is a sacred place located on the banks of the river Gomati. The word 'devtamura' or 'deotamura' means the peak of the gods. Various images of Indian gods and goddesses like Shiva, Durga, Kali, and Vishnu are carved on the hills amongst others. There are total 37 carved hills around the sides of the river that dates back to the 15th and 16th century that adds to the beauty of the lush green surroundings.
Deotamura is famous for its panels of rock carvings on the steep mountain wall on the bank of Gomati. There are huge images carved of Shiva, Vishnu, Kartika, Mahisasur Mardini Durga and other gods and goddesses. This is also called Chabimura. These images date back to 15th-16th centuries.
A panel of crude images engraved on the face of hill facing the river Gumati will welcome one in Deotamura, a hill range 75 km from Agartala. To approach Deotamura you have firstly to land up at Rangamati by bus from Udaipur and thereafter have to journey by boat to arrive at Deotamura.