Situated on the banks of river Bandi is the historical town of Pali famous for Bangur Museum and Somnath Mandir .The Bangur Museum was inaugurated in 1991. It has a unique collection of tools,idols,coins, arms and handicrafts.It is divided into 6 sections . The pre-historic section has stone tools, blades and flakes. The Archaeological section has Brahamanical and Jain idols collected from Balwana, Bali, Nadol, Hemawas, Nimaj and Sewari. The idols of Visnu, Ganesha, Sur Sundri, Saraswati, Parikar, Chandra Prabhu, Kali and carvings from 6th century A.D. down to 17th-18th century A.D can be found here.The Epigraphic section has a splendid collection of coins belonging to reins of Alauddin-Khilji, Tughluq, Mubarak Shah etc. Painting section has miniature Jodhpuri paintings. Arms and Armour section displays various weopons like the Sword, shield, Tabar, Gun and Pistol, fire arm cannons etc. The handicraft section displays Garasiya tribal life through wooden handicraft, jewels, musical instruments and costumes. History buffs can experience the heritage through events like Gallery Talk and Shramdan Camps. As you visit this museum you will be able to see jewellery and costumes belonging to the Garasia tribe. The museum can be visited from 10:00 AM to 4.30 pm, on all days of the week.