Following are the banks in the Barisadri
1. Rajasthan Bank
Address Gole Choraha , Station Road, Distt. – Chittorgarh
Phone 93527 92860, 93528 63394
Email Address email@example.com
Branch Status: Branch, Branch Type: Online
2. State Bank of Bikaner & Jaipur
Chest of RBI
3. Baroda Rajasthan Gramin Bank
Phone: 01473 264954
Here is the link to the map of the Railway station of Barisadri
BARI SADRI (Thikana)
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PRESENT RULER: Raj Rana GHANSHYAM SINGHJI, 21st Raj Rana of Bari Sadri, since 2004. First Class Sirayat of Udaipur, married 1stly, Rani Pravin Kunwar, died 24th August 1994, daughter of Rawat Sawai HARI SINGH II of Begun, and of his first wife, Rani Kanchan Kunwar, married 2ndly, Rani Padmavati, daughter of Kunwar Mahi Vardhan Singh of Bambori, and has issue, one son and three daughters.
• Baisa Gitanjali (by Rani Pravin Kunwar)
• Baisa Sudarshana (by Rani Pravin Kunwar)
• Kunwar Tribhuvan Singh (by Rani Padmavati)
• Baisa Devasi (by Rani Padmavati)
PREDECESSORS AND SHORT HISTORY: Ancestor of the family was Raja RAJ SINGH of Halvad-Dhrangadhra, (son of Harpal Singh Makwana), whose two sons performed meritorious service in Udaipur, Kunwar Sajja Singh receiving the Jagir of Delwara and Kunwar Ajja Singh receiving the Jagir of Bari Sadri.
Sitamata Sanctuary spread over the Araveli and Vindhyachancal mountain ranges and is the only forest region where teak trees of building value are found. In this sanctuary, around 50% trees are of teak. Besides these salar, tendu, amla, bamboo bel are also found in abundance. The leopard, hyena, jackal, fox, jungle cat, porcupine, spotted deer, wild bear, four – horned antelope and Nilgai are the animals found here.
But the most conspicuous animal of this sanctuary is the flying squirrel which can be seen gliding from one tree to another after sunset. Its activities are nocturnal and during the day the day it hides in the hollow. The best time to see this squirrel is between February & March at Arampura Forest Guest House, when most of the trees shed their leaves and it is easier to spot the squirrel on the branches of leafless trees.