September 19, 2021

13 Top Tourist Attractions in Banswara

Banswara

Top Tourist Attractions in Banswara

With its cultural, historical, and natural riches, Banswara has established itself as a unique entity in south Rajasthan, surrounded by the magnificent Aravali hills and lush green scenery. Despite external invasions, the tribal populated area of the wagad region has maintained its tradition. Banswara is a city in India’s Banswara District, located in the state of Rajasthan. It is called for King Bansiya Bhil, as well as the nearby “bans” or bamboo woods. The ancient Sun Temple, Laxmi Narayan Temple, Jain Temple of Sambharnath, Lord Amaliya Ganesh, Maha Laxmi Temple, and Dwarkadhish Temple are all located in this town. In Talwara, a number of Sompura Sculpture artists may be seen sculpting stones alongside the road.

Best Places to Visit in Banswara

  1. Chacha Kota
  2. Mahi Dam
  3. Tripura Sundari
  4. Andeshwar-Parshwanath Teerth
  5. Abdullah Pir
  6. Kagdi Pickup
  7. Mangarh Dham
  8. Arthuna Temple
  9. Brahma Ji Temple
  10. Beneshwar Dham
  11. Ghotia Amba
  12. Madareshwar
  13. Basiya Bheel

Best Time to Visit Banswara

Anytime

How to Reach Banswara

By Air:

The closest airports to Alwar are Delhi Airport (163 kilometres) and Jaipur Airport (165 kilometres).

By Road:       

Alwar is also easily accessible by car. It is connected to tourism sites including as Delhi, Sariska, Bharatpur, Deeg, and Jaipur via well-maintained highways.

By Rail:

Alwar is connected to Delhi, Jaipur, and other significant tourist destinations in India by the railway network.

Local-Transport:

Autos, Tempos, and Alwar Vahinis are the most convenient modes of transportation both inside the city and to nearby areas. You may also seek for bike rickshaws to go around the city, which are readily accessible and considerably less expensive than other means of transportation.

Animesh Sharma

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