The name of the Banswara district comes from the "ban" or bamboo trees that once grew abundantly here. It was a tribal land. Around 1400 BC, the Bhil and Minas roamed and ruled the land. The princely state of Banswara was founded by Jagmarsin after defeating and killing the rulers of the Bhil tribe, Banswara or Wasuna. The district is said to have been named after the ruler of the same Bhil tribe. From 1688, the ruler of the state was given the title "Maharawal". Van Swala became a British protectorate on November 16, 1818.
The city is famous for the ancient Temple of the Sun, the Temple of Lakshmi Narayan, the Jain Temple of San Barnas, Sir Amaryaganes, the Temple of Maharakshmi, and the Temple of Dwarkadish. There are many Sonpra sculptors carving stones on the roadside of Talwara.
The total area of the district is 5037 km².
Banswara has a total of 12 subdistricts.
There are a total of 356 villages in this area.
There is only one city in this area.
All District of Rajasthan
Ajmer was founded in the 11th century by Rajput ruler Ajayade..
The city of Alwar is said to have been founded by Mahara Jais..
The name of the Banswara district comes from the "ban&qu..