The Dada Darbar is located in the south- western part of Khandwa. This place is considered to be holy and that of worship. The holy tombstones of the great holy men Swami Keshwanandaji Maharaj and Swami Hariharanandji Maharaj who are addressed as "Bare Dadaji" and "Chhote Dadaji" respectively rests here.
In the year 1930, the tombstones were laid down in the memory of the reverend Avadhoot saints. Bare Dadaji wandered from place to place and mediated before the holy fire which is called Dhuni. Hence he was also called Dada Dhuniwala and this holy site is also known as Dada Dhuniwala Darbar.
An annual fair is held at the Dada Darbar on the auspicious day of Guru Purnima. Thousands of devotees from far and near across the country come here during the time of the fair.
The Dada Darbar is easy to access as it lies just 67 km away from the railway station as well as from the main bus stand.