Baroda, the village of temples, is located at a distance of 59 km from Dungrapur. Earlier, this place used to be the capital of Vagad. Shaivism and Jainism are the primary religions followed in this place.
Tourists can see an ancient Shiva temple located close to the main tank of the village. This temple is made of white stone and is visited by large numbers of devotees around the year. Visitors can also see a 'Kundli' which has an inscription of Samwat dated back to the year 1349.
There is an ancient Jain temple located in this village and is dedicated to Jain Tirthankara Parshwanatha; the shrine was recognised by Bhattarak Devendra Suri in 1904.