Constructed in the 1500s the Adishwar Temple also called the Chaumukha Temple is very popular for the unique architectural style it has. The shrine resembles a heavenly aircraft that translates to Nalini Ghulam Vimana in Sanskrit.It is one of the largest temples of the Jains whose construction was completed in 65-years. The temple building is of three stories, 29 halls, 1444 pillars, and 80 domes, with the innermost part adorned with Lord Adinath’s four-faced image.Location: Sanderao near Pali city.
Jawai Dam built on the Jawai River is a seventy-years old dam that is not just the biggest dam of Rajasthan but also one of the most iconic places to visit in Pali. This dam is a quaint one and looks very scenic because of the mountainous backdrop.The flying migratory birds besides the sparse greenery around the dam enhance its overall look. If you are a bird enthusiast you are going to love spotting the geese and the cranes. Also, you may catch the sightings of hyenas and bears quenching the thirst.Location: Sumerpur town in Pali.Distance from Pali Bus Stand: 82.9 km.
The Parshuram Mahadev Temple is dedicated to Lord Parshuram-Lord Vishnu’s sixth incarnation and is one of the most fascinating places to visit in Pali Rajasthan, on the mountain ranges of the Aravali. It has a remote location and may require you to walk miles to reach the temple but the journey is an appeasing and alluring one.In the winding paths of the mountain, you get to see the varied flora and kunds filled with water. When you reach the destination and are able to seek the Lord’s blessings, it feels like the perfect end reward. A visit to the Parshuram Mahadev temple is a complete adventure in itself.Location: Naher Rd, Adarsh Nagar, Pali, Rajasthan 306401.Distance from Pali Bus Stand: 3.1 km.
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