All About Famous In pali

Fairs And Festivals
Many Fairs And Festivals are celebrated in pali District such as Diwali, Holi, Sheetala Mata Fair , Ganesh-Chaturthi , Janmasthami, Baba Ramdev Fair , Mahaveer Jayanti, Mahashiveratri ,Nimbo Ka Nath Fair etc.

Gangaur Fair
 Gangaur Fair  pali It is celebrated in honour of Gauri, the goddess of abundance. Young girls adorned in their best clothes pray for a spouse of their choice. The married ladies pray for the welfare of their husbands. This spring festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm and zeal all over Rajasthan . At village Goria of Bali Tehsil a tribal fair is organised on Baisakhi Shukla Saptami ( 7th), on the eve of Gangaur. Gangaur is the most important local festival in Rajasthan. It is believed that if unmarried girls observe the rituals of this festival they will get married to the spouses of their choice and married women observe the same for the happiness and long life of their husbands.This fair is attended by all most 30,00 tribals.

Badshah Ki Sawari
On the next day of holi, people from far away places come to pali city to participate in the procession of Badshah Ki Sawari which attracts people irrespective of their religious beliefs.

Peer Dulheshah Fair
 Peer Dulheshah Fair This Fair is organised at Chotila near kerla railway station on Jodhpur-pali rail route by Muslims. This is organised on the next day of Deepawali, On the Mazaar of Hajrat Peer Dulheshah. Almost one lacs people from nearby districts participate in this fair. In this fair many muslims people as well as hindus are also participates.

Sheetala Mata Fair
The Sheetla Mata Fair of pali, Rajasthan is dedicated to Sheetla Mata, goddess of epidemic diseases such as measles, chicken pox, etc. The fair is organized on an annual basis in the Hindu month of Chaitra (March-April), on Krishna Paksh. The duration of the fair is one day only. This fairs are organised at pali, Sojat, Jawali and at a no. of villages of pali district on Sheetala Sapatami. The shrine of Sheetla Mata houses a red stone representing the deity. Legend has it that it is the rage of Sheetla Mata that leads to epidemics. So, in order to calm and placate the Mata, devotees pray to her and make offerings. Devotees from across the miles come to visit this fair and pray to Sheetla Mata. At the time of the fair, a temporary market comes up. The villagers are seen doing business for various items like shoes, clothes, foodstuff, utensils, agricultural implements, etc. Large no. of famlies attend these fairs and worship godess Sheetala Mata on this occassion.

Nimbo Ka Nath Fair
 Nimbo Ka Nath Fair Nimbo ka Nath temple situated between Falna and Sanderav where the Shivratri and Baisakhi Purnima fairs are organised. Many peoples are participates in this fair.

Varkana Fair
Varkana is a famous Jain Teerth near Rani. A Huge fair is organised by followers of Janism every year on Pooshe shukla dashmi .This fair is attended by people from far away places of Rajasthan and Gujrat.

Shivratri Fair
Shivratri Fair is common in the whole of India on the Krishna Chaturdashi or the fourteenth day of the waning moon in the month of Phalguna (February-March). On the eve of Shivratri fairs are organised at Parashram Mahadev, Somnath Temple pali, Nimbo Ka Nath , Phalana and Jawali. Although Shivratri fairs are organised almost at all villages of pali district but at Parshuram Mahadev and Nimbo Ka Nath very large fairs are organised every year.

Baba Ramdev Fair
In the Raipur tehsil at village Birathiya Khurd Baba Ramdev fair is organised every year on the Bhadva Shukla Ekadashi for two days. There is a huge five story temple of Baba Ramdev. Almost one lacs devotees offer their prayers during this period.

Parshuram Mahadev Fair
On the Shravan Shukla Sastami and Saptami a large fair is organised at Parshuram Mahadev temple which is situated in Desuri area on the top of one of the hill of Aravali. More then two lacs devotees participates in this fair.

Textile in pali
 Textile in pali pali has been famous for its textile industries. Cotton and Synthetic clothes and yarn was exported to other states of India on very cheap rate. Some new industries has also been developed like Marble cutting marble finishing etc. One of the biggest composite textile mill of india ' Maharaja Shri Umaid mills' is also situated at pali. Main production of this mill is cotton, Hank yarn etc. which is used for preparing different cloths. Main cloth production are cotton, rubia etc. Textile and fabric coloring and dying can be seen at length in the communities of Leelgarhs and Rangrez. The Chunari and Bandhej (the art of tying a small point on the cloth by threads and later dyed with the required colors. After drying when opened, there is a small circle in the white splashed around the fabric) is known as tie and dye. Jodhpur, Jaipur, Bikaner are famous for this. In addition, the art of embellished fabrics with embroidery using thread-work, mirror work or gold brocade is prevalent. Besides this, many more industries are situated at different areas of pali district i.e. lather based industries, agriculture instruments, chemical based, cement industry, minerals based units like stone crashers etc.