Situated amongst the valleys of the Aravalis, Banswara
represents tribal culture in its original form. The tribes have Jagmal Singh. Religiously, having eleven and a half
Swayambhoo Shivlings, it was also called Lodhikashi or little Kashi. Yet
another name for it is An area of Hundred Islands.
Being in the southern part of Rajasthan, its boundary meets
with Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh. A compact culture is the result of this
inter-regional neighborhood. The so called vagdi Culture is nothing but a
mixture of Gujarati, Malwi, Rajasthani and Mewari cultures. Banswara district
is rich in forests, hills and wildlife. Tribals are the natives of this region.
The place is known for its ancient temples and natural beauty.