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Banswara district is located in the state of Rajasthan in north western India. The district is situated in the southern part of the state. It is surrounded by Pratapgarh tehsil of Chittorgarh district and Dhariawad tehsil of Udaipur district in the north.

Ratlam district of Madhya Pradesh is situated to the east. The Aspur and Sagwara tehsils of Dungarpur district are located to the west. The district of Jhabua in Madhya Pradesh is to the south. Banswara district is also bordered in the south west by Panchmahal district of Gujarat.

The district is in the eastern part of the region of Vagwar or Vagad. This former princely state was governed by the Maharavals. In 1949 the princely state became part of Greater Rajasthan and became a separate district.

The nearest railway station is Ratlam Junction which is 80 kilometers away. The nearest airport is at Udaipur city located 160 kilometers from the town of Banswara.

The main inhabitants of the district are tribals like the Ninamas, Bhil Meenas, Bhils, Charpotas and Bhils. The population of the district is around 15,01,589 according to the 2001 census. The population of males is around 7,60,686 and that of females is around 7,40,903.

Banswara district is subdivided into three sub divisions, eight development blocks and five tehsils. The eight development blocks are Kushalgarh, Anandpuri, Ghatol, Talwara, Peepalkhunt, Bagidora, Sajjangarh and Garhi. The district also has 28 ILR Circles, 307 Gram Panchayats, 1474 revenue villages and 215 Patwar Mandals.

Some of the important tourist destinations in Banswara are Anand Sagar Lake, Mahi Dam, Kagdi Pick Up Weir, Madareshwar, Talwara, Shri Raj Mandir, Diablab Lake, Shri Sai Baba Mandir, Andeshwar (Jain Temple), Abdulla Pir, Paraheada, Tripura Sundari, Ram Kund, Bhim Kund, Arthuna and Chheench

Facts of Banswara District
StateRajasthan
DistrictBanswara
District HQBanswara
Population (2011)1,797,485
Growth26.53%
Sex Ratio980
Literacy56.33
Area (km2)5037
Density (/km2) 399
Tehsils Bagidora, Banswara, Garhi, Ghatol, Kushalgarh
Lok Sabha Constituencies Banswara
Assembly Constituencies Bagidora, Banswara, Garhi, Ghatol, Kushalgarh
Languages Rajasthani including Vagri, Hindi
Rivers Anas, Haran, Mahi
Lat-Long 23.435529,74.313869
Travel Destinations Tripura Sundari Temple, Mahi Dam, Kagdi Pick Up Weir, Arthuna, Madareshwar Temple, Dargah of Abdul Rasul, Andeshwar (Jain Temple), Talwara, Anand Sagar Lake, Cheench, Diablab Lake, Raj Mandir (City Palace), Shri Sai Baba Mandir, Ram Kund, Bhim Kund, Paraheada etc.
Government Colleges/Universities H.D.J. Government Girls College, M.B.D Government College, S.G.G. Government College etc.



Last Updated on : December 13, 2014





     


     

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