Dungapur district is located in the southern part of Rajasthan. on the south and west, it is surrounded by the borders of the neighboring state of Gujarat. The climate of Dungarpur is quite dry. The summer season is hot, but milder than most of the other Rajasthan cities. The average temperature in summers, falls in the range of 43° C (max) to 26° C (min). Climatic conditions of Dungarpur, Rajasthan in winters are quite cool. Dungapur enrich with cultural activities, This district is also known for celebrating festivals and fairs like Baneshwar fair, Vagad festival arts. Hindi and Marwari are commonly used language, agriculture and tourism are the main occupation of the district. The industrial scenario in the district is average, but supportive because many industries already operating here like Acrylic and blended yarns, chemical based units, handloom cloth, marble chips and powder etc. which providing employment to local people of the district. Dungarpur is a major tourist attraction because there are many places to visit few of them are, Dev Somnath Mandir, Government archaeological museum, Juna Mahal,Gap Sagar Lake etc. Dungarpur is progressing in term of infrastructure like electricity, water, wail transport, road transport, communication medium. Dungarpur has basic education and healthcare facilities which enhancing the socioeconomic status of the people in the district.
Gaibsagar lake, built by Maharaj Gopinath (Gaipa Rawal) has always been a symbol of pride
TBeneshwar island is situated on the confluence of Mahi and Som River.
Situated on one side of Gaibsagar, Badal Mahal is known for its distinct design.