Bhilwara is a city in the Mewar region of Rajasthan, India. it is the seventh largest city in the Indian state of Rajasthan. It is the one hundred twenty first largest city in India.
Many seasonal rivers such as Kothari, Banas, Menali, Bedach, Khari and Mansi meander their way through Bhilwara. There are a number of ponds and dams in the district, but there is no natural lake.
Bhilwara is located at 25.35°N 74.63°E. It has an average elevation of 421 metres (1381 feet). It falls between the districts of Ajmer (in north) and Chittorgarh and Udaipur (in south). Major rivers flowing through the district are Banas, Bedach, Kothari, Khari, Mansi, Menali, Chandrabhaga and Nagdi.
There is no natural lake in the district but there are number of ponds and dams so the district is the most irrigated in the state of Rajasthan.
National Highway No. 79, part of the Golden Quardrilateral (four lane), and another National Highway No. 76 part of the East West Corridor (four lane) pass through the district. The total length is 120 km.
National Highway No. 758 (Kota-Ladpura-Bhilwara-Gangapur-Rajsamand-Udaipur) passes through the district. The length of this highway is 146 km. and other NH 148D (Bhim-Gulabpura-Uniara).
The total road length in the district was 3,883 km on 31 March 2000.
With a government bus depot in the heart of the city, Bhilwara is connected to all the important cities of Rajasthan and other states. Many private service providers are available. Bilwara is well connected by road to capital city Jaipur and distance is 253 kilometre
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