Banswara Presently Known as ‘City of Hundred Island’ as the holy river Mahi the ‘Pride of Vagad’ which flows through the region and separate the Banswara and Dungarpur district, has number of Island inside. Shree Raj Mandir 16th century old city palace of Banswara overlooking the town spreads in a large area. It is an example of old Rajput Architecture. Still owned by Royal family. Shree Raj Mandir Palace can be visited only by invitation. Kagdi-picUp Wear part of Mahi Bajaj Sagar project, beautiful fountain garden over looking the kagdi Lake. Anand Sagar Lake in the between the Arawali Ranges, the Dailab Lake covered with beautiful lotus flowers. The couple of holy trees Kalp Vriksha and beautiful lotus silent natural surrounding attracts the visitors.
In the past of city was also Known as “City of temples”. Madareshwar Mahadev Temple of large Shiva Linga. Somai Mata temple situated on the top of hill, Laxminarayan, Vanesh war, Raghunathji, Roopchaturbhuj,Sai Baba & Dwarkadhish Temples are the other attractions for the visitors. Abdullah Pir Shrine of Dawoodi Bohara’s is a famous pilgrimage and spiritual centres like Kali Lalyan Dham & Padoli Rathore are also well known.
Excursions like Mahi Dam and & Canals like Survania Dem, Lilwania Dem, Gamon Bridge etc. are parts of Mahi Bajaj Sagar Project situated at beautiful sites. Arthuna Village on the way to Dungarpur is know for its antiquities, which has clusters of ruins of Hindu & Jain temples of 11th ,12th& 15th centuries well-known for their intricate stone carvings. Parahera on the same route ruins ancients temples is the attraction for visitors. Brama temple of Chich having large attractive 12th century old statue of Lord Brama. On the road towards dungarpur Tripura Sundari again famous religious centre and talwara on the way is famous for Sompura Stone carbers.