Banswara is a city in Banswara District in south Rajasthan in India. The state of Banswara was founded by Maharawal Jagmal Singh. It is named for the "bans" or bamboo backwoods in the region. It is otherwise called 'City of Hundred Islands', because of essence of ious islands on the Mahi River named "Chachakota" where the islands found, which moves through Banswara. Banswara city is represented by City Council Nagar Parishad which goes under Banswara Urban Agglomeration.
The city has populace of 100,128, its urban/metropolitan populace is 101,177 of which 51,941 are guys and 49,236 are females. Arranged in the midst of the Aravali valley, Banswara speaks to inborn culture in Rajasthan. With a scene prevailed by bamboo trees the locale came to be known as Banswara. Banswara town was established by King Jagmal Singh. The town has eleven and a half Swayambhoo Shivalingas; it was likewise called 'Lodhikashi' or little Kashi.
Amazingly, one more name is 'An Area of Hundred Islands'. Arranged in southern Rajasthan, the town fringes Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh. Because of this between territorial neighborhood, the Vagdi culture has developed as a blend of Gujarati, Malwi, Rajasthani and Mewari societies. Banswara region is wealthy in backwoods, slopes and natural life. Tribals are the locals of this district. The place is known for its antiquated sanctuaries and regular excellence.