Pali: Explore The Industrial City Of Rajasthan!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

If you adore visiting Rajasthan's best monuments, pack your bags and head to Pali. Pali is an industrial city in Rajasthan.

Jawai dam, commonly known as Jawai Bandh, is a popular tourist spot near Sumerpur town in Pali district. Western Rajasthan's largest man-made dam.

Jawai Dam


Adishwar is a 15th-century Jain temple. The temple's architecture is distinctive. Adishwar is one of India's five major Jains temples.

Adishwar Temple


Pali's Rankapur dam is worth visiting. Ranakpur dam has some of the best sunset views. It's a beautiful area to enjoy nature.

Ranakpur Dam


Near the palace of Sardar Samand, Samandh Lake is one of the most romantic locations. South of Jodhpur by 60 kilometers is where the lake is located.

Samand Lake


You can find a glass-encased Royal Enfield bike and a shrine with a picture of a man who appears to be a regular person here.

Om Banna Dham / Bullet Baba Temple , Pali


Pali's clean little museum is famous. It houses a magnificent collection of wooden handicrafts, miniature paintings, and more

Bangur Museum


Pali's Nimbo ka Nath shrine honors Lord Shiva. The temple's name is Nimbeshwar Mahadev Temple. The Hindu Nimbo ka Nath temple is sacred.

Nimbo Ka Nath


72 kilometers from Pali is the village of Ghanerao. The village's temples, step-wells, and marble archways are famous. The village has mostly Hindu and Jain temples.



This is one of the Hindu pilgrimage sites that you can visit while visiting Pali. It is a cave Shiva temple on the border of the Pali and Rajsamand districts.

Parshuram Mahadev Temple


It's another Pali attraction with a magnificent appearance. The 13th-century temple was rebuilt in the 15th century with beautiful white limestone construction.

Surya Narayan Temple


It is a Lord Shiva temple located in Pali's main market. Inside the Somnath temple, there is a Shivling as well as Ganesha, Parvati, and Nandhi idols.

Somnath Temple