In the 10th century, Jalore was dominated by the Paramara dynasty. In 1181, Kirtipara, the youngest son of Alhana, the ruler of the Chahamanas of Nador, conquered Jalore from the Paramara and founded Jalore of the Chahamanas. His son Samarashima succeeded him in 1182. Samarashima was taken over by Udayashima, who expanded the kingdom by reclaiming Nador and Mandor from the Turks. During the reign of Udayashima, Jarol was a tributary of the Delhi Sultanate.  Udayasimha was taken over by Chachigadeva and Samantasimha. Samanthashima was taken over by his son Kanhadadeva.
Jalore Fort's "Topecana" or Canon Foundry is Jarol's main tourist attraction and offers stunning views of the city. It is also famous for the Sundamata Temple, which was built about 900 years ago.
The total area of the area is 10640km2.
Jalore has a total of 5 subdistricts.
There are about 1111 villages in the Jalore district.
There are a total of 9 cities in this area.
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