Dausa District is the one of smallest district of Rajashthan by an area which is just 55 km away from Jaipur. It is situated in the north-eastern region of Rajasthan. The district is divided into forutehsils, Baswa, Dausa, Lalsot, Mahwa and Sikai. Dausa situated on NH-11 from Jaipur to Agra. The Sawa and Ban Ganga rivers run through the district. The people of Dausa district generally speak Hindi and follow Hinduism. Agriculture is the main occupations of common citizens of Dausa. Dausa people well versed in cultural activities like folk music, dance and also celebrate local festival.The Dausa district has many micro servicing units related to agricultural equipment, Submersible Pump. Dausa is least developed in term of large scale industries, this is mainly due to the fact that earlier, it was a part of Jaipur and could not get due attention despite the fact that it is well connected by rail, road.There are many places to visit in Dausa district like as Kalakho, Bhangarh, Bhandarej, Harshata Mata Temple, Chand Baoli and Fort Madhogarh which attracts tourism to the district. Health and education facilities are available in the town for local people, but Dausa is still behind from other district in terms of health and education facilities due to lack of proper infrastructure execution of the development program.
Temple of Bajrang Bali (Hanuman) god is famous for treatment of mentally disturbed people by the PRETRAJ.
Harshat Mata Temple belonging to the 9th century
Bhandarej is famous for walls, sculptures, decorative lattice work, terracotta utensils etc found in excavation.