Banswara is a city in the Banswara district in southern Rajasthan, India. Banswara was either named after its ruler, King Bansiya Bhil, or the “bans” (bamboo) forests within the area.
It is also known as “City of a Hundred Islands”, often referred to as “Cherrapunji of Rajasthan”, because it receives the most rain in Rajasthan, as well as for the numerous islands in the Mahi River, often referred to as “Mahati”, an alternate name for Mahi river, in Vayu Purana text, which flows through the city. It is the greenest city in Rajasthan due to the heavy rainfall which it receives. The city has a population of 101,017, of whom 51,585 are male and 49,432 are female.
Pin-Code and STD Code of Banswara
Pin-Code – 327001
STD Code – 02962
Banswara mandi is 159 kms from Udaipur on Udaipur-Banswara-Dahod road. 101 kms from Dahod and 83 kms from Ratlam. The major commodities of Banswara mandi’s Wheat, Maize, Guar, Cotton, Mustard, Taramira, Soybean, Isabgol, Mahua fruit.
Brokers and Enterprises of Banswara
Sumit Lal 9414102113
Santosh Jain 9414101979, 9649771122
Moti lal 9461378955
12-B Industrial Area
Jeevan Jyoti Ind.
Merchant of Machine Clean Wheat
Kothari Oil and Food Ind.
Satish Kumar 9414725523
G.100, Industrial Area
44-45, Industrial Area
Rithik Dosi 9414101032
G-154, Ricoh Ind Area
Kabuli Gram and Cereals, Pulses, Oil seeds
226, Industrial Area
Manawat Mahendra Kumar Sobhagmal Jain
Mahendra Kumar 9414101046