Situated on the banks of river Sarasvati, Vasantgarh is historical place 8 km to the south of Pindwara. It was known by the names Vetaleara, Vatasthana, Vatanagra, Vata, Vatapura and Vasisthapura in olden times. Banyan trees are found in abundance here. This place flourished under the patronage of the early Hindu rulers. It was held by Rajilla and Vajrabhata Satyasraya in the 7th century. The Guhila king Kumbhakarna ruled this town in the middle of the 15th century.