The Dadhikar Fort, a beautiful combination of beauty of nature,
graceful history of thousand years and the reflection of ancient
Indian Art and Culture. It is situated on the top of small mound of
more than 100 feet from ground level and 342 meters from the sea
level. This mound rests in the lap of Aravali Hills amidst the dense
forest and reaching there would be an unforgettable experience in
While being at the Dadhikar Fort, you would definitely go centuries
back and see how the Indian Culture and Traditions have gradually
changed. Despite this, you would fine all the modern amenities here
maintained in the ancient style.
Apart from this, you would fell that nature itself is curing you.
Healthsy and un-polluted air on hills would increase your metabolism
and your body would absorb all Panchtatvas as five vital elements of
nature; the human body is made of; the Earth, Sky, Water, Air & Fir.
You would no only find yourself amidst the nature but you would
become part of it. Dawn to Dusk, you would hear musical and
melodious voices of peacocks and nightingales coming from the dense
and mountainous forest. You may also hear some stanzas of folk songs
being sung by some solitary reaper at distant place.
It is a heavenly place if you like to spend some time in serenity
and close to natures
The Dadhikar Fort Almost 1100 years ago, around 9-10 century, a
residential camp was made in the dense forests amidst the Aravali
Hills in Matsya Janpad area by a deserted family of King Chand who
had to leave his capital named Abhanagari (the place of grace), now
known as Abhaneri after having lost everthing in flood there. The
world ‘Dera; denoteds camp and thus, place were called as ‘Derakar;
i.e. to make a cmap. Gradually with the passage of t ome the name
changed and now it is known as Dadhikar, Alwar. This history is
supported with the folk song sung by the people of this area as: