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|• Body||Gram Panchayat|
|Elevation||300 m (1,000 ft)|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
|Nearest city||Neem ka thana|
|Lok Sabha constituency||Sikar|
|Vidhan Sabha constituency||Neemkathana|
|Civic agency||Gram Panchayat|
Mandholi was ruled by tribal Mina rulers since antiquity, they were forced out of power by Jat rulers who were defeated by Tanwar Rajputs - Lakhaji Tanwar and Sangaji Tanwar, about 1567 A.D. Mandholi was part of state of Patan Torawati. This seat of power were elder house of Patan rulers. In mid eighteenth century the Battle of Maonda and Mandholi  was fought in the plains surrounding villages of Maonda and Mandholi between Rajput forces of Jaipur-Amer and Jat forces of Bharatpur. About 25000 people lost their lives in this battle.
The old fort at Mandholi is located exactly North of Jaipur's Nahargarh fort and on a good day, is visible with naked eye. In old days it was used as a fire warning structure also. The fort was held by Tanwar Rajuts since the 16th century but before that it belonged to Jats (Jakhar) and before that Meena rulers of the area held the Mandholi fort.
The fort is a three story structure with 4 gumbaj (circular pillars), the underground room is safest and used for storage, the main floor had 5 rooms with circular pillars in 4 directions to cover any enemy attack. The top floor was for observation and additional provisions and people.
Hindal's attack on Amarsar Shekhawati
Humayun's brother was sent to curb the Shekhawats of the area who refused Mughal suzeranity, the Torawati forces joined the Shekhawati forces and a battle was fought in this area.
Battle of Maonda and Mandholi
The last action witnessed by this fort was the battle of Maonda and Mandholi where the Jaipur state forces were pitched against the Jat rulers of Bharatpur. The Thakur of Maonda village was the fort authority in this battle.
The Mandholi fort like most other forts in the area has a temple dedicated to the deity Bhairav (Bheruji).Up until a decade back goat sacrifice was a common sight at this fort.
Tanwar Rajvansh Ka Itihas 
- Sati Maata - sacrificed herself to preserve the Jakhar progeny.
- Thakur Lakha Singh and Thakur Sangram singh - won the mandholi fort from Jat rulers.
- Thakur Hari Singh Tanwar - a prominent educationist of the Torawati area.
Affiliated to erstwhile kingdom of PATAN Torawati.
Rulers in pre independent India
- By R.K. Gupta, S.R. Bakshi, Studies In Indian History: Rajasthan Through The Ages: Rajput Chivalry and Martyrdom, page 166
- Dr. Mahendra Singh Tanwar khetasar, Tanwar Rajvansh Ka Itihas, Page 08
- Jadunath Sarkar, A History of Jaipur 1503-1938, page 254
- Dr. Mahendra Singh Tanwar khetasar, Tanwar Rajvansh Ka Itihas, Page 12