Banswara District is the southernmost district of Rajasthan state. Its capital and administrative headquater is the city of Banswara.The main inhabitants of the district are tribals like the Ninamas, Bhil Meenas, Charpotas and Bhils. The population of the district is around 1,798,194 according to the 2011 census. The population of males is around 9,08,755 and that of females is around 8,89,439.
Banswara district is subdivided into three sub divisions, eight development blocks and five tehsils. The eight development blocks are Kushalgarh, Anandpuri, Ghatol, Banswara, Peepalkhunt, Bagidora, Sajjangarh and Garhi. The district also has 28 ILR Circles, 307 Gram Panchayats, 1474 revenue villages and 215 Patwar Mandals.
Follwing are the famous tourist places in Banwara District – Anand Sagar Lake, Mahi Dam, Kagdi Pick Up Weir, Madareshwar, Talwara, Shri Raj Mandir, Diablab Lake, Shri Sai Baba Mandir, Andeshwar (Jain Temple), Abdulla Pir, Paraheada, Tripura Sundari, Ram Kund, Bhim Kund, Arthuna and Chheench.
Banswara district has hot climate during summers and enjoyable one at winters with maximum temperature to 46 C and minimum to 10 C.
As such there is no railway station and airport at Banswara, But Ratlam Junction (80 KM) is the nearest Railway station and Udaipur (160 KM), Indore(MP)(212 KM) and Ahmedabad(Guj) (285 KM) are the nearest Airports to Banswara. Road transport is the only mode of goods and passengers movement from and to the district. The district head quarter has direct road connection with Ratlam, Dungarpur, Dohad and Jaipur.