Pali, India

Pali, which is also referred to as 'the Industrial City', is situated in the state of Rajasthan. Located at a distance of 70 KM south east of Jodhpur in the Marwar region, this city is the administrative headquarters of the Pali District. It is a famous tourist hotspot lies on the banks of the River Bandi. In the ancient time, this place was known as Pallika or Palli. The place got its name from the Paliwal Brahmins who used to live in here during the ancient times. Pali is famous for having a great number of textile industries, which has been a trading centre since the primeval times. Explore the Pali holiday packages offered by and enjoy the best of this captivating city with us.


Mid-March - end June
Temperature:23°C- 40°C

June - end September
Annual rainfall -250 cm-325 cm

Late November To Mid-February

Best Places to Visit in Pali

Bangur Museum:
Situated in the Pali city at old bus stand, Bangur Museum houses a large number of old historical and artistic things like dresses, arms, coins etc. for tourists who are interested in Rajasthani culture.

Lakhotia Garden:
Located in the heart of Pali city, Lakhotia Garden is enclosed by a pond. A stunning temple of Lord Shiva is also situated in the middle of the garden.

Somnath Mandir:
Somnath Mandir is a very famous temple for its ancient background and Shilpart. It is located in the middle of the city and is dedicated to Hindu Lord Shiva. This temple was built by the then King of Gujarat, Kumarpal Solanki (a Solanki Rajput). One can also find Shrimaliyon ka bas near this temple which was constructed by Maharana Pratap.

Hemawas Dam and Manpura Bhakri:
Located 10 KM from Pali, Hemawas Dam is a popular site. Manpura Bhakri is a mountain located near Hemawas dam. The Bhakri is renowned for its temple that includes Durga Mata temple, a Jain temple and Jabreshwar Mahadev temple.

Pali has a number of Baoris (step wells) with each having its own unique design and architectural distinction. These step wells of Pali are unique art gallery with ornamental designs and architecture, symbolizing the refined taste of the people of that time.

Maharana Pratap Smarak:
It is the birthplace of Maharana Pratap, located nearby Somnath Temple.

Other Tourist Attractions:
Naulakha Jain temple, Radha Krishna Astrological House, Bajrang Bag, Karni Mata Temple, Geeta Bhavan, Bangur museum, Bangur Mandir, Sai Baba Temple, Keshav Bhawan (Sangh Karyalay), and Illogi Temple are some of other places of interest.

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