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Sirohi District

Sirohi District is located in the south-west of Rajasthan. It has a total area of 5,130 sq km and is surrounded by Pali District and Udaipur District in the north-east, state of Gujarat in the east, and Jalore District in the west.

The Jawai, Sukri, Khari, Bodi, Kapalganga, Banas are the main rivers. Sirohi has a dry climate, and the average rainfall is 735 mm. The prominent attraction is Mount Abu, the only hill station in Rajasthan. Delwara, Nakki Lake, Ashapuran Parshwanath Teerth, Vasant Garh, Varman Sun Temple and Achalgarh Fort are other places of interest.

Updated on 7th June, 2005
District: Sirohi

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