A district of the Rajasthan’s state is Pali District in India’s western part. An adorable and endearing town is Pali which is surrounded by the Aravali Mountain Range and at the banks of the Bandi River. Ancient Pali housed a highly evolved civilization which is once inhabited by the Paliwal Brahmins. Pali is also known as “Industrial City”. In Pali there are 5 tourist places where you visit to enjoy with your family. One of largest district of Rajasthan is Pali. It comes in the Marwar region and is the administrative headquarters of Pali District. A Rajput dominated district is Pali. Formerly, Pali known as Pallika or Palli was a trade centre which was ruled by the Guhilas of Mewar in the 11th century AD.
It became a part of the Nadol kingdom in the 12th century. The Somnath Temple is the oldest temple in Pali. This place was a birthplace of Maharana Pratap which is known as dhanmandi pali. The boundaries of Pali extended to adjoining Marwar, Mewar and Godwar or Godwad during the period from the 10th to the 15th century. The Rajput power of the area was disintegrated after the defeat of Prithviraj Chauhan. Attraction of local can be visited as suitable for travelers at any time of the day be it early morning, afternoon, evening and night. In 1243 AD, wanting to replenish his treasury for the battles which lay ahead Sheoji imposed a war levy on the Pali’s inhabitants. One of the well known temples is the Ranakpur Jain temple which is built by Rana Kumbha of Mewar in the 15th century.
A pride of Pali is these popular gardens which are surrounded by the Lakhotia Pond. One of the popular tourist spots is Lakhotia Garden in the city of Pali. Temple of Lord Shiva is also situated in the middle of the garden which is one of very old and beautiful temples this was a more special thing in Lakhotia Garden. It provides the garden a picturesque feel to being surrounded by a water body in three directions. It is huge gardens have lots of green, open and clean spaces which are awesome and best spot to sit down have a chat. This garden is known as Lakhotia Garden because it is surrounded by the Lakhotia pond and has a beautiful engravings and façade. During the day time the pond serves for amazing viewing.
Parshuram Mahadev Temple
A Shiva temple is Parshuram Mahadev Temple which is located at border of Rajsamand and Pali district of Rajasthan in India. It is believed that Parshuram was the sixth avatar of Lord Vishnu the cave is made with his axe and used to worship the Lord Shiva in the foothills of the Aravalis mountain range at this serene place. The person gets the chance to witness and seek the blessings of the Lord at the end is a reward. A must for the people hungry for an adventure is a visit to Parshuram Mahadev temple an adventure in itself. This place is also known as second Amarnath temple of India and Rajasthan’s Amarnath temple. One of the delightful and pleasant places is Parshuram Mahadev temple.
A most famous museum in Pali city is Bangur Museum which is located very close to the Pali’s old Bus stand and exhibits are rare collection of pretty, ancient and historical artistic items like arms, costumes and coins. It has one of the most magnificent collections of arms and painting which describe the Rajasthan culture. Many interesting coins which are related to rulers such Khilji and Tughlak are here. From utensils the museum also displays traditional arts and crafts ranging to ornaments which provide an idea about the culture of regional and local. Through real objects, a great place for the learning and study of past is Bangur museum.
One of the biggest and 70 year old dams of western Rajasthan is Jawai Dam which is situated of pali district in sumerpur tehsil. A very quaint and picturesque one is the Jawai dam which having in the dam’s backdrop enhances the overall look. A dam built is Jawai Dam which across the Jawai river and tributary of Luni river. From different parts of the world in winter to escape the cold, the place is also a migrating location for birds. The main water supply source of district of Pali and Jodhpur is Jawai Dam. Irrigated through this Dam are many villages of Pali and Jalore besides this. At the dam you may also see hyenas and bears quenching their thirst.
Om Banna Temple
Near Jodhpur, India a shrine located in Pali district is Om Banna which is devoted to a deity in the form of a motorcycle. Very interesting temple and place such no other is this temple. The local police took his bike to the police station during investigation. But the bike appeared once again at the accident spot in the next day. Both in terms of commercialization and belief but the shrine is quite such any other temple. After ‘Om Singh’ the temple is named but a common term is Banna among the Rajasthan’s Rajput to address a newly- wed groom and a boy. This temple is also come to be known as the Temple of Bullet Baba over the time. Nearby travelers and visitors stop and pray to the bike and late Om Singh Rathore every day.
By Road: This is well linked by road with other major cities of India.
By Train: From Jodhpur and Beawar there are regular rail services to Pali.
By Air: The Jodhpur Airport is the nearest airport to Pali which is 77 km.