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Narlai




Narlai is a beautiful town surrounded by Aravalli Ranges and is located in Pali District, Rajasthan. This quaint little hamlet is dotted with beautiful old temples, step wells and marble archways. Narlai is about 125 km north of Udaipur.

Narlai, situated at the base of a hillock, on the top of which is a colossal statue of an elephant, is a major Jain pilgrim center. The name Narlai is derived from `Narad'. It is believed that saint Narada - a constant companion of Lord Vishnu, mediated on a hill which lies at the center of the village.

Major tourist attraction is the Baijnath Mahadev Temple, Hinglaj Mata Temple, Neminath Temple and Adinath Temple. Other tourist interest in and around the town include the Kumbhalgarh Sanctuary, Kumbalgarh Fort, Tapeshwar Mahadev Temple, Charbuja and Adinath temples, Sadri - a Jain pilgrim center and Ghanerao(30 km). Bhamargini, a unique rocky cave which can house thousands of people, is also worth visiting.

The nearest airport is at Udaipur. Falna Railway Station, on the Delhi-Ahmedabad section of the Western Railways, is just 55 km from the town.



Updated on 20th August, 2018
District: Pali
Location: Narlai    

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