Geography of Banswara
Banswara is bounded on the north side by Dhariawad tehsil of Udaipur district and Pratapgarh district, on the west side by Sagwara and Aspur tehsils of Dungarpur district, on the east side by Ratlam district of Madhya Pradesh, and on the south side by Jhabua district of Madhya Pradesh.This district also touches the boundary of Panchmahal district of Gujrat on the south-west.It covers the 5037 square kilometer area.
Latitude of Banswara city : 23.11° N to 23.56° N
Longitude of Banswara city : 73.58° E to 74.49° E.
Banswara district forms eastern part of the region knew as Vagad or Vagwar. The district was formerly a princely state ruled by the Maharavals. Some people said that It a Bhil ruler Bansia ruled over it and Banswara was named after his name.
Sub - Division in Banswara District
In Banswara district there are 3 sub - division
Tehsils in Banswara District
Banswara District has 5 Tehsils
Blocks in Banswara District
Banswara District has 8 Blocks
Cities and Towns in Banswara District
Railways Station in Banswara District
In Banswara district there is no Railway Station (Meter Gauge / Broad Gauge) at Banswara, but Ratlam Junction (80 KM) is the nearest Railway station to Banswara.
Bus Stations in Banswara District
Banswara Bus Station
Kushalgarh Bus Station
Tourist Place in Banswara District
Anand Sagar Lake
Kagdi Pick Up Weir
Shri Raj Mandir
Shri Sai Baba Mandir
Andeshwar (Jain Temple)
Colleges in Banswara District
Banswara Law Colleges
Banswara Distance Education Study Center
Maize, wheat, sugarcane, groundnut, gram, paddy, barley, jowar and sesamum are the main crops of this district.