Sirohi district is in the shape of an irregular triangle. A large part of the district is a vast semi desert. Plain, marked by isolated hills and chains of hillocks forming the eastern fringes of the Thar Desert. The north-eastern, south-western trending Aravali ranges bound it on the east. Abu Sirohi range divides the district in to two parts.

Detached hills of the Aravali range are situated in the south – east of the central portion of this district. Mount Abu is situated at about 1219 meters above sea level and is built on an irregular plateau, which is surrounded by several projecting peaks and ridges.

Another important plateau is Oriya in Abu Road block, which is at a distance of about eight kms from Mount Abu station and it is 152 meters higher than Mount Abu, and lies below the main peak of ‘Guru Sikhar�, which is 1722 meters above the mean sea level and is the highest point between the Himalayas and Nilgiris. East of the Abu hills, across the valley of Banas, is the tract known as Bhakar, which consists of successive ranges of steep and rugged hills of no great height.

Jawai is the largest and longest of the rivers of north – east, which eventually join Luni. It rises in the Aravali hills and after flowing through various villages’ forms the boundary between Pali and Sirohi districts. Western Banas is the most important river of the district draining almost all the area east of Abu – Sirohi range in Pindwara and Abu Road blocks. No natural lake exists in the district