It is be said that the “Bala Kila”(Nikumbh Mahal) was built by Alghu Rai Nikumbh in 1049 AD. The Bala Fort is perched on the most prominent hill of Aravallis range which explains the tales of the rich history of the city. It is the massive medieval fort which various rooms and towers situated on the hill hardly 6KM from Dadhikar Fort.
CITY PLACE AND MUSEUM
Located 6 km from the Dadhikar Fort in the heart of Alwar City. It massive gates and tank lined by beautifully symmetrical chain of Ghat of with four pavilions on each side and two at each end would welcome you.
Situated 8km away from the Dadhikar fort, built by Maharaja Jey Singh in 1918 AD. A picturesque lake overlooking the place makes it is fascinating sight.
Located 20 kms from the Dadhikar Fort by road & 10KM. while trekking the enchanting Siliserh Lake was built in 1845 AD by Maharaj Vinay Singh for his queen Shila. The lake was built constructing an earthen dam between two hills to store the water of a small tributary or river Ruparel and you can enjoy boating her all through out the year and can have refreshment etceteras.
Jai Samand lake situated about 14 KM away from the Dadhikar Fort. Jaisamand Lake is a beautiful artificial lake constructed by Maharaja Jai Singh in 1910 AD; a popular spot for outing and picnics. During monsoons, sprawling greenery all around makes it a visual treat. This place is easily accessible by road from Alwar. Jai Samand Lake is ideal for water sports. It makes a great angling site.
SARISKA TIGER SANTUARY
Sariska, located at 40 km away from the Dadhikar Fort, is possibly one of the most visited park in India.. The reserve was declared a wildlife sanctuary in 1958 and came under the “Project Tiger” as a Sariska Tiger Reserve in 1979. The park covers quite a large area of 800 square kilometers, 480 square kilometers of which from the core area of the national park. It is located among the Aravalli hill ranges in the Alwar district of Rajasthan . Due to the presence of monuments of religious important located within the park boundaries.
The ancient Kankwari Fort lies in the buffer area of the Sariska sanctuary about 21 km from its main entry point. Though the fort is lesser known but it holds special significance in the history of medieval India. It dates back to Mughal rule in India. It is believed that Dara Shikoh, the brother of Mughal Kmperor Aurangzeb, served his lifelong exile here. Aurangzeb had dispelled his brother from the capital after a serious tiff and commanded a lifelong exile for him here which was specially built by Aurangzeb for the purpose. It is believed that nearly thousands of soldiers were ordered to stay at the fort round the clock to guard Dara Shikoh's activities and to ensure that he does not flee.
MYSETERIOUS AJABGARH-BHANGARH FORT
Bhangarh is a ruined town in the Alwar. It is one of the most haunted places of world. The govt of India forbids anyone to enter or remain in the premises after sunset and before sunrise. Archaeological Survey of India (AS1) has put up a signboard here slating "Entering the borders of Bhangarh before sunrise and after sunset is strictly prohibited." Situated 70 km from the Dadhikar Fort.
GHANA BIRD SANTUARY
Located t a distance of 100 kms from The Dadhikar Port, the Keoladeo Ghana National Park, is one of the finest water-bird sanctuaries in the world. The 28.73 sq km lake and wetland was artificially created by the Maharaja of Bharatpur in the 19th century. By building small dykes and dams and diverting water from an irrigation canal, he converted this low lying area into a fine wild fowl shooting preserve. In a few years, the new wetland surrounded by marginal forests was able to support thousands of water-birds.
At a distance of 60 km form the Dadhikar Fort Abhaneri is situated on the Alwar –Jaipur High way, which was founded by King Raja Chand in the 9th century AD.
SPRITUAL PLACES NEAR DADHIKAR FORT
Karni Mata Temple-10 km., Chuhrsiddh-l0km., Gurvaji-25km., Talvrikash-30km., Bharthrihari-35 km.,Neelkanth-50km., Pandupole-55 km., Virat Nagar-60km.