Dausa is located in the area widely known as Dandar. Meenas, Chauhans and Badgurjars dominated this land in the 10th century C.E. Dausa had the privilege of becoming the first capital of the Dhundhar region at the time. Chauhan Raja Soodh Dev ruled the area between 996 and 1006. Then, from 1006 to 1036, Raja Dule Rai ruled the area for 30 years. Dausa gave the country a prominent freedom fighter. Tikaram Paliwal and Ram Karan Joshi were one of the freedom fighters who made a valuable contribution to the struggle for independence and the unification of the princely state to Rajasthan
The birthplace of many prominent freedom fighters, Dausa is famous for its early medieval monuments.
The total area of the district is 3432 km2.
Dausa has a total of 10 subdistricts.
There are about 256 villages in Dausatesil.
There is only one city in the Dausa district.
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