Visited by large chunks of devotees and also those on a pursuit of happiness, Ajmer, is known as the holy city of Rajasthan, because it is home to infinite holy shrines of various faiths, including the Khwaja-Ud-Din’s sacred shrine. Once ruled by Prithviraj Chauhan, also known as Ajaymeru and formerly written as Ajmere, it is surrounded by the Aravalli Mountains.
Sightseeing Places in Ajmer, Rajasthan
The reigning Mughal rulers formed part of whose faction, and which got attention from groups of all beliefs from all areas of our beautiful land, the Dargah Sharif, the crypt of the bienheureux Sufi saint Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti, is the first place that comes to mind when one thinks of Ajmer. One's mood gets energized and one feels undying happiness in the fair atmosphere of the beautifully decorated and attractive Dargah, which invites enthusiasts from all classes, beliefs and groups. The Urs, or demise celebration, of the saint is observed with great interest at this hallowed memorial, which has been popular since the 13th century.
Adhai Din Ka Jhonpra
The mosque supposed to have been made in two and a half days and thus branded Adhai Din (two and a half days) Ka Jhonpra, is a classic instance damaging a Hindu or Jain synagogue severely to build a mosque, no matter what common folks think concerning the age-old qualities of the great Muslim monarchs in India. The building; whose name, in consensus with one more common belief, can also be believed to have come from a two and a half day fair held close by each year; was at first a Sanskrit university, but Muhammad Ghori changed it into a mosque in 1198 and made a seven-arched wall with sections from the Koran written into it.
How to Reach Ajmer
The Sanganer Airport situated at Jaipur, which is almost 132 km from Ajmer, is the closest to the city and is directly linked to the metro cities of Mumbai and Delhi
Ajmer Junction Railway Station lies on the Delhi-Mumbai railway line and is directly linked with various towns in India.
Ajmer has an extensive system of broad roads directly linking it to Delhi and all the main towns of Rajasthan including Jaipur, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer and Bharatpur. There are any tourist Volvo bus operators that you can get in many parts of the towns except the state government transport buses.Request for Price