Bandikui is known as Bandikui junction, 'A' Grade Railway Junction. Bandikui is well known for its Roasted Peanuts. Its Subdivision Tahsil is Baswa close Bandikui. Its importance is Bandi-Bondwomen, Kui-Water well and is a nagar palika, a gram panchayat of Bhandeda gram, panchayat samiti in Dausa region in the territory of Rajasthan, India. The Bandikui is a noteworthy railroad city at the intersection of Agra-Jaipur and Delhi-Jaipur rail route lines in Dausa area of Rajasthan. The city is found 205 km south of Delhi.
Bandikui was favored for the tri-intersection by British Railway surveyors over Rajgarh, Alwar because of better arrangement and the Bandikui railroad station was built up in 1874. Most prepares going among Delhi and Jaipur stop at Bandikui, with the end goal that the city stays a standout amongst the most essential railroad intersections in North Eastern Rajasthan. At its stature there were 1000 groups of Britishers living in Bandikui. Some Raj time lodges can in any case be seen today. As of late the city has pulled in relocation from close-by towns and its populace has swelled to in excess of 1.7 lacs. Numerous people from Bandikui work in Delhi and keep their families in houses work in Bandikui as the city is effectively open from Delhi.