Parli is a town and a municipal council in Beed district in the Western Indian state of Maharashtra. Parli is an eminent town in Beed District distinguished by Vaijnath Temple and Maharashtra State Power Generation Company Limited Parli Thermal Power Station. Other Major Industries incorporate Vaijnath Sugar Factory, Coromandal Cement manufacturing plant and Ghawalkar Engine, Transmission and Motor Repair and Overhaul Facility. The Head office of Vaidyanath Co-Operative Bank is situated in Parli.
Parli is one of the jyotirlings, ruler Shiva's most intense places in India. One of the greatest reasonable in Maharashtra on Mahashivratri. Biggest taluka put in Marathwada locale of Maharashtra. Parli Vaijnath railroad station is a little rail route station in Beed locale, Maharashtra. Its code is PRLI. It serves Parli city. The station comprises of 3 stages. The stages are not all around protected. Station needs numerous offices including water and sanitation. Parli has normal proficiency rate of 67.68% higher than the national normal of 59.5%: male education is 76%, and female education is 60%. In Parli, 14% of the populace is under 6 years old.