Pali District in the state of Rajasthan is a Rajput Dominated district. It is encircled by eight districts, in the north by Nagaur District, in northeast by Ajmer District, by Rajsamand District in the east, by Udaipur District in the southeast, in the southwest by Sirohi District, in the west by Jalore District and Barmer District, and by Jodhpur District in the northwest. The eastern boundary of the district is guarded by The Aravalli Range and the southern boundary is covered by the Bamnera village in Sumerpur Tehsil. In the west, many tributaries of the Luni River flow through a zone of foothills. The alluvial plain of the Luni lies in the western portion of the district. Luni is the biggest river in the district with its major tributaries as the Jawai, the Mithari, the Lilri, the Sukri, the Guhiya and the Bandi. Jawai Dam, the largest dam of western Rajasthan, is the source of drinking water for the district.