The area of the Dungarpur district was probably founded in 4000 BC. Beer is occupying. There is Patidar's second largest municipality. It was conquered by Rajput in the 12th century. Dungarpur was founded in 1197 by Samantosin, the prince of Rajput from Mewar, but Rajput's rule over the region continued for centuries. Bagar or Vargar is the name Rajput gave to the areas of Dungarpur and Banswara districts. The Bhil tribe remained the most important ethnic group in the district during Rajput's reign, forming a military and police center under British rule.
Famous for its green marble found here, Dungarpur sits comfortably at the foot of the Aravalli Range and waters two rivers, the Mahi and Som rivers.
The total area of the area is 3770km2.
Dungarpur has a total of nine subdistricts.
There are about 305 villages in Dungarpurtehsil.
There is only one city in the Dungarpur district.
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