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Banswara, India

Settled in the foothills of majestic Aravali hills, Banswara is one of the lesser known but underrated tourist places in the state of Rajasthan. This place is majorly the home for the famous Bhil tribe that is best known for its colorful culture, exotic jewellery, unique style of festivals and living. Banswara is amongst of the places where you can really experience the ethnic tribal culture in its full glory. This charming district is also dotted with rich heritage, flora and fauna and especially, temples. In the ancient time, Banswara was a princely state which was ruled by Maharawal Jagmal Singh. Consisting of wide range of islands in the swiftly flowing Mahi River, Banswara is often called as the 'City of Hundred Islands'. So, before planning a tour to Banswara, checkout the Banswara holiday packages offered by EaseMyTrip.in and get ready to enjoy best of the city.

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Climate

Summer
Mid-March - end June
Temperature:26°C- 42°C

Monsoons
June - end September
Annual rainfall -325 cm

Winter
Late November To Mid-February
Temperature:18°C-24°C

Best Places to Visit in Banswara

Abdullah Pir:
It is a popular shrine dedicated to Abdul Rashid, a Bohara Muslim Saint. This holy shrine attracts a huge of devotees and travelers during the festival of Urs.

Madareshwar:
Situated in the eastern part of the city, Madareshwar temple is beautiful cave shrine devoted to Hindu Lord Shiva. The temple is best known for offering breathtaking views of the neighboring scenery.

Talwara
It is a beautiful religious complex, consisting of elegantly carved idols & temples of the Sun God, Laxmi Narayan, Dwarka Dhish and Sambharnath (Jain Temple). Talwara is the best place to shop for exciting souvenirs carved by Sompura sculpture artists.

Anand Sagar Lake:
It is an artificial lake, picnic spot and popular excursion with its long stretches of lush greenery and nearby royal chhatris (cenotaphs) of the previous rulers.

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