The Dadhikar Fort, a beautiful combination of beauty of nature, graceful history of thousand years and the reflection of ancient Indian Art and Culture. 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 everything in flood there. The word ‘Dera’ denotes camp and thus, place was called as ‘Derakar’ i.e. to make a camp. Gradually with passage of time the name changed and now it is known as Dadhikar, Alwar. This history is supported with the folk song sung by the people of these areas.