Pali District of Rajasthan
has its boundaries from Ajmer District
in the south-west to Sirohi District
and Nagaur District
in the north-east. It covers a total area of 12,387 sq km with a population of around 2 million. Pali
city, the district headquarters, is situated at 212 m above sea level.
The Luni River is the main river with four tributaries namely Lilri, Sukri, Bandi, and Jawal. The annual rainfall is 49 cm. Pali is famous for its textile industries. Major crops are maize, jowar, rice, bajra, paddy, wheat, barley, gram, and groundnut.
The major tourist destinations are Sojat Fort, Jawai Dam, Korta Teerth, Nana Teerth, Parshuram Mahadev Temple, Sri Bangur Government Museum, Somnath Mandir, Desuri and Jadan Aashram.
Jodhpur Airport is the nearest airport.