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    History – Gohili called before as Gohavali has its history dating back to the period earlier than the 13th century. An inscription found in the temple premises informs us about the donations and gifts given to the temple by a Thakur (village head). The records related to this temple indicate that this it was renovated periodically. On the tenth day of the month of Magasar an annual fair is held at this place. The artistic skills adopted in the construction of this temple impresses the visitors.

    How to Reach – Gohili is situated at a distance of 27 Kms from the Sirohi railway station. Good boarding and lodging facilities are available at Gohili. Pilgrims can reach this place from Sirohi either by buses or other private vehicles.

    Main Deity – About 21 inches high white coloured idol of Bhagawan Godi Parshwanatha in the padmasana.

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