The Dundlod fort was constructed by Keshari Singh in 1750. The fort includes a huge collection of antiques and a big library. The art and architecture of the Rajput and Mughal are blended perfectly in Dundlod Fort. The attractive factors of this fort are grand hospitality with the horse guards and the traditional dress code of the state.
Chhatri of Ram Dutt Goenka lies very close to the Fort. This particular structure has an adjacent well to satisfy the water needs of this region. It was beautifully built in 1888.
The dome depicts Krishna dancing with his gopis and in the surrounding are peacocks and musicians.
The Bhagirath Mal Goenka Haveli is famous among native and foreign tourist for its mirror work on the windows. These beautiful and attractive windows are in the inner courtyard’s inner walls.
It has paintings , a Satyanarayan Temple and more attraction inside this Haveli.
There are many Kilas or fort in Dundlod. These were built during the 17th century by the then rulers, Rajputana. The Rajputana Fort still stands strong after the onslaught of Mughal hordes.
Badalgarh Fort was previously known as Fazalgarh. It was built by Nawab Fazal Khan a Kayamkhani Muslim ruler of Jhunjhunu in the early 16th century.
The walls of the fort were made of hard stones brought from the hill ranges.