Raghunathgarh is an ancient village in Sikar tehsil of Sikar district in Rajasthan. It was known as Shiva Nagari or Koha or Khoha in Ancient times.
Step back in time and embark on a journey to the beautiful Fort of Raghunathgarh, just a stone’s throw away from the charming city of Sikar. Nestled in the ancient village of Raghunathgarh and perched atop the Aravalli Ranges at a height of 3500 feet, this fort is a must-visit for all history buffs and adventure seekers.
Built in 1791 A.D. by the great warrior, Rao Devi Singh, son of Rao Chand Singh of Sikar, this fort is a testament to the rich history and cultural heritage of the region. With its breathtaking views of the Aravalli ranges, this fort is the perfect place for a picnic and a leisurely roam.
While in Sikar, don’t miss out on visiting the famous temple of Khatushyam Ji, a popular pilgrimage site for devotees from all over the country. Take a stroll through the charming streets of Sikar and discover its hidden gems, such as the Madho Niwas Kothi, Hira Lal Somani Haveli, Jeevan Ram Biyani Haveli, and Bala Baksh Biyani Haveli, to name a few.
For the history lovers, Raghunathgarh holds a special significance as it was in control of Chandels/Chandravanshi Kshatriyas. There were inscriptions of Chandels was found at Raghunathgarh as well as in Rewasa.
If you are keen admirer of history and have love in exploring forts, then this could be the place in Sikar.