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Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh surround the district of Banswara, situated in the basins of the Aravallis. Forming the eastern part of the region known as Vagad or Vagwar, the district has a rich flora and fauna. A major part of the population of Banswara consists of the Bhil tribals. Bansia, a Bhil ruler, once ruled the city of Banswara. It is believed that the city is named after him only. However, Jagmal Singh defeated Bansia and became the first Maharaval of Banswara.

There was a revolt by Bhil tribals, led by the social reformer Govindgiri, in the year 1913. The revolt resulted in the "Mini Jallianwala Bagh Kand", a massacre where hundred of Bhils were shot at. The massacre took place at Mangarh hillock where the Bhils were holding a peaceful meeting. The site, now called the Mangarh Dham, has since then assumed sanctity. The year 1949 saw a merger of Banswara state and Kushalgarh chieftainship in Greater Rajasthan. Since then, Banswara has been regarded as a separate district.

Another theory concerning Banswara is that the district was named so because of loads of bamboos (bans) that grow in its forests. Banswara in Rajasthan, India is also known by the name of 'Lodhikashi' or Little Kashi. This is because of eleven and a half Swayambhoo Shivlings that are present here. Banswara travel and tourism will take you closer to the unspoilt and untouched culture of this tribal district. A mix of Gujarati, Rajasthani, Malwi and Mewari cultures, the Vagdi culture of Banswara is sure to win your heart.

Mahi Dam: Another one of the excursions around Banswara, Rajasthan is the Mahi Dam, built under the Mahi Bajaj Sagar Project on the Mahi River. Over time a number of dams and canals were built over the picturesque surroundings. The Mahi River also has a number of islands inside the Mahi Dam catchment area, which give Banswara the name of "City of Hundred Islands".

Kagdi Pick Up Weir:Situated 3 km away from the main city on the Ratlam Road, it is a part of the Mahi Bajaj Sagar Project. This place is famous for its fountains and gardens, spread over a wide area.

Madareshwar: Madareshwar is a Lord Shiva temple situated in the eastern part of Banswara. The temple is inside a natural cave of a high hill and offers an awesome view of the scenery below.

Abdulla Pir: Abdulla Pir is the dargah of Abdul Rasul, a Bohara Muslim saint. The dargah is situated in the southern part of Banswara city. The people of Bohara community throng the dargah every year at the time of Urs, an annual Muslim fair.

Anand Sagar Lake: Banswara, Rajasthan sightseeing tour must include Anand Sagar Lake, situated on the eastern side of Banswara. An artificial lake, it is said to have been constructed by Lachhi Bai Of Idar, the Rani of Maharawal Jagmal. Near the lake are the royal chhatris or cenotaphs of former rulers of the state. Kalpa Vriksha, holy trees said to fulfill the desires of visitors, surround this picturesque lake.

Chheench: A 12th century Brahma temple, Chheench has a black stone statue of the deity.

Diablab Lake: Covered with beautiful lotus flowers, Diablab Lake houses Badal Mahal, the summer resort of the former rulers, on its banks.

Shri Raj Mandir: Shri Raj Mandir is a 16th century palace, still lived in by the royal family. The palace is a beautiful example of the Rajput architectural excellence.

Ram Kund: Ram Kund is a deep cave situated under a hill. There is a legend attached to it that Lord Rama stayed here during his exile. There is a pool of very cold water that is found throughout the year.

Bhim Kund: Bhim Kund is believed to be the place where the Pandavas stayed during their exile.


Banswara district is located in the Southern part of Rajasthan, which has different relief and geographical features in comparison to other parts of Rajasthan. The climate of Banswara is milder than that of North and West Rajasthan.

During the summers, the temperature in and around Banswara remains quite high like other parts of Rajasthan. The Mercury hovers between 25° C to 45° C in summer months. In winters, the temperature of Banswara goes down due to the Desert landscape of Rajasthan and the Mercury dips to as low as 0° C. The highest temperature during winter months remains around 20° C. The annual rainfall in Banswara district of Rajasthan is about 92 cms.

How to Reach Banswara

By Air
The nearest airport from Banswara is Udaipur (160 Km).

By Bus
Banswara is connected to cities and towns of Rajasthan, Gujarat and M.P. State transport corporations and private operators run buses to major cities like Ahmedabad, Baroda, Bhopal, Ujjain, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Jaipur, Mount Abu, Bombay and Delhi.

By Train
Rail Nearest railway station from Banswara is Ratlam (Madhya Pradesh), which is 80 Km away and connected with major cities of India.

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