Pali is a city that lies in the Marwar region of Rajasthan. An erstwhile trade center, Pali was known by the name of Palika in the 11th-12th centuries. It was ruled by the Marwari dynasty of Rajasthan. Slowly, the other dynasties like Chauhan, Rathore, Chandra, and Solanki also reigned over the region of Pali.
Beckoned by the Aravali Hills, the region of Pali is elevated ta a height of 450 feet above the sea level. The major portion of the land of Pali is a rough terrain. This city is encircled by Nagaur in North, Udaipur in South, Barmer in West, and Rajasamand in East. The nature of the climate of Pali is arid. The searing summers shoot the average temperature up to 43°C. During winters, the median temperatures rest below 12°C.
Pali is dotted with numerous places of interest. The must-visit places include the names like Hinglaj Mata Temple, Parshavanath Jain Temple, Devagiri Temple, Lakhotia Garden, Somnath Temple, Lakhotia Lord Shiva Garden, and the astir markets of Pali.