Dwarka Lighthouse was developed at Rupen Creek amid the mid nineteenth century. With a specific end goal to lift a light, a banner pole was posted at the port, which from there on filled in as a beacon. In 1866, eighteen meters tall square pinnacle was developed at this site, alongside an establishment of an oil wick light. The present day tower measures around 43 meters in stature and was built in the vicinity of 1960 and 1962. On fifteenth July 1962, this beacon was introduced by the then transport serve Mr. Raj Bahadur. Notwithstanding the pinnacle, a RCC Baffle divider was developed at the site for introducing the sound horn gear and vibrators that can fill in as mist signals. In 1988, this haze flag benefit was ended. Further, on fifteenth April 1964, this beacon was dispatched with other propelled offices. From this beacon, explorers can see the all encompassing sight of dusk. This beacon is situated at a separation of 35 km from the principle town and highlights quiet environment that is ideal for unwinding.