Banswara, literally meaning the “Bamboo Country” is famous for its bamboo plantations. The city is located in South Rajasthan. The erstwhile princely state is also known as the “City of Hundred Islands” due to the presence of numerous islands alongside the Mahi River. The district is largely populated by tribals. It is rich in wildlife and known for its ancient temples. Udaipur is 165 km from Banswara.
artificial lake has been constructed by LanchiBai, the Rani of Maharval Jagami. It is also known as BaiTalab
The Mahi river has a number of islands inside the Mahi Dam catchment area.
Tripura Sundari is the temple, devoted to Goddess Tripura Sundari or Turita Mata.
Abdullah Pir is a Dargah of Abdul Rasul, a Muslim saint and mostly visited by the Bohra Muslim.