Sojat is a city, a municipality and Tehsil headquarters in Pali district of Rajasthan state. Sojat is the main henna ("Mehandi") producing area of India where over 90% of the country's annual production takes place.
Sojat city of marwar region (Jodhpur empire), is situated on the left bank of the Sukri River, in Pali district India. It was earlier (in the ancient times) known as Tamravati nagri. There is also a large and famous fort situated on top of one of the hillocks. The fort has a big reservoir and several temples like Sejal Mata, Chaturbhuj and so on. There is also an old temple of Chamunda Mata situated on top of one of the hillock Sojat is located at 25.92°N 73.67°E. It has an average elevation of 257 metres (843 feet). The whole region lies on the way of "Aravali hills range" which is the oldest hill range in India.
The nearest railway station on the network of Indian Railways to reach Sojat City is Sojat Road station & Pali. The nearest airport from Sojat City is Jodhpur Airport. The distance between Sojat City and Jodhpur Airport is 105 kilometres. It takes 1 and half hours to reach Sojat City from Jodhpur by car. The city is at 40 km distance from Pali, 135 km distance from Ajmer and 100 km distance from Jodhpur
As of the 2001 census, Sojat had a population of 50,061 in 9,205 households. The municipality had a sex ratio of 927 females per 1,000 males. Sojat has an average literacy rate of 66.7%, lower than the national average of 74.04%: male literacy is 77.7%, and female literacy is 55.5%. In Sojat, 13% of the population is under 6 years of age.
Govt. Administrative :- Here is sub-division, tahsil & Police Circle. This is Sensitive City For Govt. Administrative.