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Places to visit

While talking about Ajmer, the first thing that strikes our mind is Ajmer Dargah Sharif of Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti. However, there is a lot more to it. Tugged beautifully on the rugged Aravalli ranges, Ajmer is a bustling city with chaotic markets and unending traffic that portray a beautiful picture of Muslim architecture. In spite of being the most sacred of all Muslim pilgrimage places of India, tourists from different culture, community, religion and race visit the city to pay their homage to the shrine. Ajmer attractionsvary from pilgrim spots to lakes and from forts to museums. Again, its market place with age-old shops selling Rajasthani handicrafts and delicacies are a delight to every tourist’s eye.

Before planning a trip, you must make a detailed list of places to visit in Ajmer. Some of the significant sites here are:
  • The Dargah of Khawaja Saheb
  • Ana Sagar Lake
  • Adhai-din-ka-Jhonpra
  • Akbar’s Palace and
  • Nasiyan Temple.


Take out some time and make a day trip to Pushkar, a neighboring town of Ajmer known for the sole Brahma Temple in the world and the annual Pushkar Fair. The holy Pushkar Lake running across the city is a place for people to wash their sins. The beauty of Ajmer and Pushkar leaves you speechless with its various facets. Hills, lakes, forts, markets, colorful turbans, camels, Dargah, temples and what not, all of them give a great chance to capture the colorful shots of Rajasthan's vibrancy.

To avoid last minute rush, book hotels in Ajmerand enjoy a comfortable stay with your loved ones.
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