Vagar or Vagad is the southernmost part of the Rajasthan state comprising of two districts Banswara and Dungarpur. Both the districts were princely states before independence and had a fair share of history and hence heritage; still the most prominent part of the region is its geography. Enriched by the Mahi river, that also separates the two aforementioned districts, the area of Vagad is blessed with amazing wildlife. Flora of the region is abundant with teak, mahua, and mango trees and fauna with jackal, chinkara, hyena, black-faced monkey. A great variety of avifauna too enriches the biodiversity of the area. The rich vegetation and wealth of water also attracts large numbers of migratory birds in winters, making the place appear a little more than a outstanding oasis in the desert state of Rajasthan.