Sardar Singh, one of the most powerful
Dhodhias, built the Sardargarh Fort during 1738 to 1743. You
can see the ramparts of the mystery filled Sardargarh, like a
great ship anchored at outer sea, much before you get close to
the gigantic walls soaring high above the low lying village of
Lawa. Magnificent fort of Sardargarh is situated 94km north
The emblem of the Sardar Singh family was a rising sun and a
sword. Beneath that, they always wrote, "Work is thy duty,
reward is not thy concern".
Sardargarh is one of the magnificent forts of Rajasthan. It is
an extravagant creation by men of a bygone era, placed amidst
the mountains and deep forests of Chuppun.
At Sardargarh Heritage Hotel the Durbar Hall offers a charming
vista of the village and looming over the horizon is the
imposing Aravalli Hill range. The beautiful places within the
fort include Mohan Prakash, Moti Mahal, Zenana Mahal, Chomkha
Chowk, Suraj Mahal, Wadi Mahal, Khushal Mahal, Dil Kushal and
Hawa Mahal... all are splendid architectural creations,
silently narrating the heroic exploits of the Dhodhias.
The palaces are exquisite specimens of Rajput architecture
with a touch of Moghul influence. The bath area, gardens and
granaries, underground passage system personal apartments and
public audience halls... all provide a picturesque contrast
between the exigencies of defence and the flamboyance of
Sardargarh offers the well-enclosed Zenana,
with apartments for the royal ladies around a communal Rang
Mahal and surmounted by extensive roof terraces, is part of the
Heritage Hotel now.
Each suite here is personalized by the name of the queen resided
in it and is also decorated in the queen’s favourite colour.
Sardargarh will have 21 rooms which are suites, each room having
a name of the brides married to Sardar Singh's extended family.
All rooms have "21" TV connected with satellite disc, mini bar
and 24hrs. room service.
Sardargarh offers business facilities such as
Internet Cafe, Newspapers , Periodicals and other facilities
such as Swimming Pool, Currency exchange and Travel Desk.
Apart from various Indian and continental cuisine, Sardargarh
will provide mouth-watering Mewari dishes too in the dining area
at the roof top open terrace.
While having a candlelight dinner at the terrace top, Rajasthani
folk singers and dancers, will entertain you with their unique
music and dance, more or less the same way as their ancestors
entertained the royal family members and guests some 250 years