Pali has always been an important part of Rajasthan from centuries. Pali is also a hub for merchant activities. Carved out of an erstwhile state of Jodhpur, Pali flaunts its rich heritage and culture in the form of beautiful Jain temples and other elaborate monuments.
Ranakpur Jain Temple
Ranakpur Jain temple is located at Ranakpur village (Desuri Tehsil) near Sadri town in the Pali district of Rajasthan. This temple is devoted to the Jain Tirthankar Rishabhanatha. Constructed in the 15th century, this place is worth visiting and called to be one of the best places in Rajasthan that catch the attention of visitors from all over the globe. In This Temple must be visited in between the time span from the beginning of October to end of February. Winter season is the best season to visit this temple to relish the ambiance and climate thoroughly.
Om Banna Temple
Om Banna, also known as Bullet Baba, he was a person who had a 350cc Royal Enfield Bullet motorcycle but he was killed in an accident at the very spot where the shrine is right now. It was back in the year 1991, when the accident took place the police took the bike in custody next day and parked his bike in the police station. On the next morning, some unusual thing happened. The bike which was parked in the police station on the day before was found on the same spot where the accident took place. The police think of it as a prank, so they took the bike back and kept it at the police station again. These unusual turns of events ensured people that these were due to the magical powers of Om Banna. Today, the bike has been placed in a glass case and people go to this place to worship it.
SUJAN Jawai Leopard Camp
Jawai Leopard Camp is an eight-tent camp known for its sophistication. Designed by the owner Anjali and Jaisal Singh, JAWAI represents a style that combines subtle opulence with abundant adventure. The area is well esteemed for its Bird watching, Exceptional Leopard sightings and an exclusive wildlife watching experience. Staying here in Jawai Leopard Camp means avoiding both the cumbersome rules and regulations of India’s reserve for wildlife and crowds. Right here, for our goals for protection without compromising comfort, the camp has ‘luxurious tents with the royal suite, each of which is in secrecy, with huge granite structures, caves, and Surrounded in a good scenario.
Parshuram Mahadev Temple
Parshuram Mahadev Temple is a Shiva temple located at the border of Pali and Rajsamand district of Rajasthan state in India. It is said that Parshuram, the sixth avatar of Lord Vishnu, made the cave with his axe and used to worship Lord Shiva at this serene place in the foothills of the Aravalis mountain range. This Temple is situated over 3995 feet above sea level, these temple houses naturally-made figures of Lord Ganesha and Lord Shiva. To reach down in the ancient cave there are 500 stairs in between. Priest of this ancient Parshuram temple would tell lots of stories of the history and also the formations which are called ‘Kamdhenu’. In Parshuram Mahadev Temple, there is no special celebration on Parshuram Jayanti, but every year Shravan Shukla Shishthi and Saptami is celebrated in a form of huge fair. It is also known as second Amarnath temple of India and Amarnath temple of Rajasthan.
Nimbo Ka Nath Temple
The Nimbo Ka Nath Mahadev temple is located in Rajasthan (District: Pali). This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and attracts many devotees all around the year. Located between Falna and Sandravara Marg, Nimbo’s Nath is the same temple, where according to Hindu mythology, the mother of Pandavas, Kunti, worshiped Hindu deity Shiva during the exile. Pandavas also established a Navdurga at this place and fairs were held here during Shivratri and Baisakhi Purnima. Nimbo Ka Nath famously known as ‘Nimbo Ka Nath Mahadev Temple’ is the temple of Lord Shiva. This temple organizes fairs during special occasions and during this time the temple adorns a completely new look. Many people visit the temple at the time of this fair and gains blessings from the deity.
The Jawai dam is situated near Sumerpur town in Pali District of Rajasthan state in India. Maharaja Umaid Singh of Jodhpur had built this dam. This is the biggest dam in Rajasthan. The dam covers an area of 102,315 acres (414.05 km2) of cultivable command area and has a capacity of 7887.5 million cubic feet. Its height is about 61.25 feet (18.67 m). Kalibor dam and Sei dam are the feeder dams of the Jawai dam. Jawai dam is also a winter paradise for migratory birds and leopards and houses crocodiles.
The Bangur Museum
The Bangur Museum is located at the old bus stand of Pali and exhibits a rare collection of ancient, historical and beautiful artistic items such as costumes, coins, and arms. It is also named after Mr. Bangur Juar, like many other buildings in Pali such as the Bangur Hospital, the Bangur Dharmshala. Its foundation was laid on 26th April 1982 and it formally opens for public on 19th July 1991.