Bali is a city and a municipality in Pali district in the state of Rajasthan, India. It is a constituency of Pali district. It has an average elevation of 298 metres (977 feet). In the east it has Aravali Hills and fort of Kumbalgrah is visible from Bali. In North it has two rocky Hillocks where temples of Hinglaj Mata and Dantiwara are located respectively.
Bali has several temples belonging to different communities. There are various beautifully carved temples within the town. Prominent among these are the temples of Manmohan Parsavnathji, Chandraprabhuji, Vimalnathji, Dharmnathji, Charbhujaji, Mataji, Hanumanji and Thakurji. The two Jain temples in town have very intricate architecture. Main attraction of town is the fort. The fort currently houses the prison and most of the other buildings are in ruins. One can have a scenic view of surroundings from the top of the fort.
The Mithari river is seasonal and flows only during the rainy season. The town is situated on the left bank of the Mithari river. This walled town was the headquarters of a district having the same name in the Jodhpur State. Bali is a tehsil and Panchayat Samiti with the same name. Bali is also a sub-divisions among the 6 sub-divisions of the Pali district.