Situated in Rajasthan’s Pali district, Sojat Road is a town on the Ajmer-Marwar intersection. It is renowned for its henna or mehendi, which is exported across the world. Some of its nearby cities include Sojat (11km), Bilara (42km) and Pali (49 km). The town, which lies on the bank of river Sukri, has several temples and forts worth visiting.
Places to Stay
In terms of accommodation, Sojat Road has a very few options, but Pali has several choices for tourists. Some of the hotels worth trying are Rawla Jojawar (Tariff –Rs. 800), Barr RTDC Hotel (Tariff –Rs.1,000) and Hotel Mansarovar (Tariff –Rs.1,000).
Hindi and Rajasthani are widely spoken in Sojat Road.
The most important festivals celebrated in this city are Holi in March-April, Dushera in September-October and Diwali in October-November.
Places of Interest
Sojat Road has a number of places worth visiting, including Ramdeoji Temple, Jain Temple, Sejal Mata and the Sojat Fort within the town.
How to Get There
The closest airport from here is in Jodhpur, which is located 94 km away.
Sojat Road has its own railway station in the town.
Buses are available from Ajmer, Jodhpur and Pali. State-run buses ply its buses on this route. Avail of bus ticket booking facility on Ticketgoose.com and get a number of discounts.