Banaskantha District covers the area around the Bank of Banas river. Banaskantha is one of the thirty-three districts of Gujarat district in India. The regional capital is Palanpur, its largest city. The region is located northeast of Gujarat and is likely named after the West Banas River, which flows through the valley between Mount Abu and the Aravalli Range, flows into the Gujarat plains in the region and overlooks the Rann of Kutch.
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The region is famous for its many tourist attractions in Ambaji. Geographically Banaskantha shares its borders with Rajasthan North in the North, Sabarkantha in the East, Kitch in the West and Patan in the South and Messana in the South.
The region has an area of 12703 km2.
There are 12 sub-districts in Banaskantha.
There are 1233 districts in the region.
There are 0 cities in the region.
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