Location & Area

Pali District has an area of 12,387 km². The district lies between 24° 45' and 26° 29' north latitudes and 72°47' and 74°18' east longitudes. The Great Aravali hills link Pali district with Ajmer, Rajsamand, Udaipur and Sirohi Districts. Western Rajasthan's famous river Luni and its tributaries Jawai, Mithadi, Sukadi, Bandi and Guhiabala flow through Pali district. The Largest dams of this area Jawai Dam and Sardar Samand Dam are also located in Pali district. While plains of this district are 180 to 500 meters above sea level, Pali city the district headquarter, is situated at 212 meters above sea level. While the highest point of Aravali hills in the district measures 1099 meters, the famous Ranakpur temples are situated in the footsteps of Aravalis. Parashuram Mahadev temple, a place of worship for millions of devotees of Lord Shiva, is also located in the Pali district on the heights of Aravali range.


Statics 2011 2014
No. of sub-Districts 9 10
No. of Towns 11 11
No. of Statutory Towns 9 9
No. of Census Towns 2 2
No. of Villages 1030 1030

​Infrastructure / Facilities ​31.12.2012
​Area Served by Per Medical Institution (Sq. Km.) (Annual Progress Report- DMHS) 21
​No. of Electrified villages (Annual Progress Report- RVVN) 930
​​No. of Villages with drinking water facilities (Annual Progress Report- PHED) ​936
​Road (PWD) length in km. (Annual Progress Report- PWD) 5145
Per Capita Net District Domestic Product
​At current prices (Rs.) 34567
​At Constant (2004-05) Prices (Rs.) 24273
​Land Use (Agricultural Statistics of Rajasthan- DES) ​2010-11
​Average land holding (Hect.) (Census of Agriculture)​​ ​3.56
​​% of Forest area to reporting area 7.02
​% of Net Irrigated Area to Net Area Sown ​18.45
​​% of Gross Irrigated Area to Gross Area Sown​ 14.38


*Source:- http://www.statistics.rajasthan.gov.in/socio_Pali.aspx

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