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Pali is a city in Rajasthan state of western India. It is the administrative headquarters of Pali District and comes in the Marwar region. It is situated on the bank of the river Bandi and is 70 km south east of Jodhpur. It is known as “The Industrial City”.

Tourism Places Of Pali

Shri Navlakha Parshwanath Jain Temple

The Jain temple is in the main city. Rs 9 lakhs were spent on raising the temple in V.S. 969. It is said that the assumed cost of ghee was Rs. nine lakhs and the money later used for developing this temple, which later on called as Navlakha temple. Moolnayak of this temple is a White colored idol of Navlakha Parshvanath in the Padmasana posture. This temple belongs to Shwetambar Sect. of Jainism. Dharamshala (Lodging) and Bhojanshala (Food) facilities are available.

Somnath Mandir

Historical Somnath Mandir is famous for its historical background and Shilpart. This Shiva temple is situated in the middle of the city. It was constructed by the Chaulukya ruler Kumarapala. in the Vikram Samvat 1209 or A.D.1152 lakotiya garden is so beautiful and so nice There is also Shrimaliyon ka bas near somnath temple which was made by maharana pratap.

Maharana Pratap Smarak

The birthplace of Maharana Pratap, situated nearby Somnath temple. he was a loyal king to his servants and never bowed down. He fought the Mughals for independent and consolidated Mewar.

Bangur Museum

It is situated in the Pali city at old bus stand and named after Mr. Bangur like other buildings in Pali-Bangur Hospital, Bangur Dharmshala. Many old historical and artistic items like dresses, coins, arms etc. are kept here to attract tourists which are interested in Rajasthani culture.

Lakhotia Garden

Lakhotia Garden is situated in the heart of Pali city and surrounded by a pond. One beautiful and very old temple of Lord Shiva is also situated in the middle of the garden.

Hemawas Dam and Manpura Bhakri

Hemawas Dam is situated 10 km. from Pali. Manpura Bhakri is a mountain situated near hemawas dam. The Bhakri is famous for its temple which include Durga mata temple, jabreshwar mahadev temple, and a Jain temple.we saw bhakri every palace in pali city.


There are numerous Baoris (stepwell) in Pali and each has its own unique design and architectural excellence. The step wells of Pali are unique art gallery with decorative designs and architecture, symbolizing the refined taste of the people of the time.

Other places

Navlakha Jain temple, Rameshwar Mahadev Mandir, Radha Krishna Astrological House, Bajrang Bag, Karni Mata Temple, Havas Dam, Geeta Bhavan, Bangor museum, Bangor mandir, Sai Baba temple, Keshav Bhawan (Sangh karyalay), Maharana Pratap Smarak (Birthplace of Pratap) and Illogi Temple are some of other places of interest.
Ram mandir Geewada, Hinglage mataji mandir in Bhagali.

Hinglaj Maa Temple

Maa hinglaj temple in Pali district is 100 km (62 mi) far, southerly to Pali – it is up to 3 km Mountain in Aravali caves. the way to going is near by Jawai bandh and Falna Station; this temple is in Bijapur village.

MahaLaxmi Mandir, Brahmapuri

An ancient temple, situated in the heart of the town. Brahmapuri is located about 50 km (31 mi) west of Pali. The idol of MahaLaxmi Ji enshrined here is said to be lively and magical, caretakers of this temple are specifically the local Shrimali Brahmins.

Bhatund Village of Temples
  • In this Village So many Old Temples
  • Shitla Maa Temple
  • Laxminarayan Temple
  • Thakurji Temple
  • Kshemkarni maa Temple
  • Chetan balajee Temple
  • Ubhreshwar Mahadev Temple
  • Varahi Temple
  • Shani dev Temple
  • Ramdev ji Temple.
  • Poridhar Hanumanji Temple.
  • Bala Hanumanji Temple.
  • Shree Parsuramji Temple.
  • Shree Aashapuraji Temple.
  • Shree Bhramaji Temple.
  • Surya Mandir
  • Shree Bhadreshwar Mahadev Temple.
  • Shree Varai mata Temple.
  • Shree Aadorji Maharaj chatri.
  • Shree Sati mata chatri.
Devgiri Temple Bhatund

It is situated in close to Jawai Dam, about 95 km (59 mi) south of Pali. Also 2 more temples are there Maa Aavarki temple and Maa Varahi temples.

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