Explore Banswara: The Cherrapunji Of Rajasthan!

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Ruchika Mandora

Banswara is a city located in the southern portion of Rajasthan. Banswara is renowned as the "Cherrapunji of Rajasthan" since it receives the most precipitation in the state.

Anand Sagar Lake is an artificial lake. It is located on the city's eastern edge. This lake and its surroundings have numerous spiritual and Hindu mythical associations.

Anand Sagar Lake


Anandeshwar Parshwanthji is a pilgrimage site for Jainism followers in the Rajasthan city of Banswara. The temple is about 40 kilometres from the Banswara city centre.

Anandeshwar Parshwanthji


Dailab Lake is one of the city of Bnaswara's most colourful destinations. You can travel to the spot, take photographs, and enjoy yourself around the lake's grounds.

Dailab Lake


Arthuna is a town of pilgrims. This particular city's previous name was Utthunaka. Pilgrims of the Hinduism and Jainism religions.



The distance between the city centre of Banswara and Mahi dam is around 16 kilometres. Mahi Bajaj Sagar Dam is its complete title.

Mahi Dam


The location of the Madareshwar Temple within a natural cave is also geographically unique. This natural cave is located among a range of hills.

Madareshwar Temple


This is a centre of worship for Bohra Muslim believers. This is one of the most beautiful spots in Banswara for Islamic pilgrim travel.

Abdulla Pir Dargah


A Shiva temple called Paraheda is in the city of Banswara in the state of Rajasthan. Visit the temple to admire its sculptures.



Talwara is a tourist-friendly town in the city of Banswara. It is part of the Udaipur district in the state of Rajasthan.



Kaimur's Ramgarh is a renowned tourist destination due to the Mata Mundeshwari Temple in the Bhagwanpur block of the Bhabua subdivision.

Tripura Sundari