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Banswara District : Rajasthan

About District

Banswara district is located in the southern part of the state of Rajasthan. It has an area of 5037 square kilometre and lies between 23.11° N to 23.56° N latitudes and 73.58° E to 74.49° E. longitudes. Its height above sea level is around 302 m. In the north of Banswara, Dhariawad Tehsil of Udaipur district and Mahendragarh districts hare their borders with Banswara. In the south, it is bound by Jhabua district of Madhya Pradesh. In the east of Banswarais Ratlam district of Madhya Pradesh and in the west, Sagwara and Aspur Tehsils of Dungarpur district are located. Banswara also shares its boundaries with Panchmahal district of Gujarat in the south-west. The main river flowing through the district is River Mahi whose origin is at Amjera Hills in Madhya Pradesh. Anas, Erav, Chanp, Kagdi and Haran are its main tributaries. Surrounded by the beautiful Aravali hills and the lush green landscape, Banswara has got a distinct entity in south Rajasthan with its cultural, historical and natural richness. The tribal populated area of wagad region has kept its heritage intact inspite of the external invasions.

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