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Located in Rajasthan , Pali District is one of the well-known tourist destinations of India. Pali town is the district headquarters of this district. The district covers an area of about 12,387 kilometers.

Pali District is surrounded by Nagaur District, Rajsamand District, Jodhpur District, Sirohi District,Udaipur District and Ajmer District .

  • Cities and towns in Pali district:
  • Bali
  • Narlai
  • Sojat
  • Falna
  • Pali
  • Varkana
  • Ghanerao
  • Rohat
  • Khimel
  • Sadri
Tourist places in Pali district:

Sojat Fort: This fort was constructed in the year 1460. Located in Sojat, this fort is bordered by high wall. Here the travelers will get to see ruins of temple as well as of a mosque.

Parashuram Mahadev Temple: Located in Desuri in Pali District, the Parashuram Mahadev Temple has a religious importance of its own. This pilgrim spot is just 4 kilometers away from the Sadari town. Lord Shiva is the main deity of the place.

Somnath Mandir: This oldest shrine is located in Pali. Somnath Mandir was constructed during the period of Vikram Samvat Era in the historic year of 1209. Maharaja Kumarpal Solanki built this shrine.

Sri Bangur Government Museum: Located in Pali, this museum exhibits extensive collection of artifacts like epigraphics, miniature paintings, coins and wooden handicraft. Various artifacts like stone tool belonging to Paleolithic period are also displayed here.

  • Other places of interest in Pali district are:
  • Jawai Dam
  • Korta Teerth
  • Nana Teerth
  • Desuri
  • Jadan Aashram
  • Todgarh-Rawali Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Shri Takhatgarh Teerth
  • Mahavira Temple
  • Velar Teerth
  • Jakhoda Teerth
How to reach Pali district:

One can travel to Pali district by bus or train. The Pali bus station receives buses from Jodhpur, Delhi ,Ajmer and Nagaur. There are several train stations in Pali district which keeps the district well-connected. Some of the nearest railway stations are Falna railway station, Pali railway station and Sojat Road railway station. Jodhpur airport and the Jaipur airport are the point of contact through air travel.

Facts of Pali District
StateRajasthan
DistrictPali
District HQPali
Population (2011)2,037,573
Growth11.94%
Sex Ratio987
Literacy62.39
Area (km2)12387
Density (/km2) 165
Tehsils Bali, Desuri, Jaitaran, Marwar Junction, Pali, Raipur, Rohat, Sojat, Sumerpur
Lok Sabha Constituencies Pali, Rajsamand
Assembly Constituencies Bali, Jaitaran, Marwar Junciton, Pali, Sojat, Sumerpur
Languages Hindi, Rajasthani including Marwari
Rivers Jawai, Sukari, Luni
Lat-Long 25.750425,73.584823
Travel Destinations Navalakha Temple, Lakhotia Garden, Somnath Mandir, Bangur Museum, Shanidham Aashram, Parshwanath Temple, Peer Dulheshah, Jaanrai Temple and Kubaji Samadhi, Rao Shiho Samadhi, Khutani Khetalaji Bheru Temple, Ranakpur Jain Temples, Nimbo Ka Nath, Parshuram Mahadev Temple, Jawai Dam, Ma Durga Temple etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Bangur Government P.G College, Government College (Jaitaran), Government College (Sojat City), Government Law College (Pali), Govt. College (Bali), S.G.P.B. Government Girls College (Pali) etc.



Last Updated on : December 13, 2014





     


     

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