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Banswara Tourism and Travel Guide


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 BanswaraBanswara 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?

By Air: The nearest airport from Banswara is Udaipur.

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.


Shri Raj Mandir
This 16th century old city palace of Banswar overlooks the town. It covers a large area, and is a typical example of old Rajput architecture. The palace is still owned by the Royal family and can be visited only on invitation.

Kagdi Picup and Mahi Dam
A part of Mahi Bajaj Sagar Project, beautiful fountain gardens overlook the Kagdi Lake.

Anand Sagar Lake
Banswara On the eastern side of the town is an artificial lake also known as Bai Talab, which is said to have been constructed by Lachhi Bai of Idar, the Rani of maharawal Jagmal. Nearby lies the chattris or cenotaphs of the rulers of the state. Couple of holy tree known as "Kalp Vriksha" which is said to fulfill the desires of the visitors is also present nearby. The charming surroundings also attract many visitors overhere.

Dialab Lake
Part of this lake remains covered with beautiful lotus flowers. Badal Mahal, the summer residence of former rulers is located on the embankment of the lake.

Abdulla Pir
A shrine of Bohra Muslims saint, a large numbers of Bohra Muslims visit this place during Urs from different parts of the world every year.