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Ajmer - city of unity

Ajmer The pilgrimage hub of Rajasthan, Ajmer is a serene oasis nesteled amid the green Aravali hills. The city founded long back in 7th century A.D. has invincibly maintained to be home to many rulers, and dynasties to come. The city today reigns as one of the most popular pilgrimage centre revered upon by both the Hindus and Muslims. Especially famous for the Dargah Sharif-Tomb of the Sufi Saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti, Ajmer sharif invites endless pilgrims as well as tourists to explore the city and partici[pate in Ajmer fair and festivals too The centre of cultural heritage and educational excellence, Ajmer was chosen as a home to the prestigious and world renowned Mayo College. The holy land blends in it the fervor of all religions especially Hinduism and Islam as both the religious powers are enshrined in Ajmer sharif and Pushkar Lake. Infinite Hindu pilgrims visit Pushakr, the abode of Lord Brahma, with a temple on its west side and a picturesque lake on the northern western area. It is during the month of Kartik i.e. in the month of October and November that a number of devotees throng to take a dip in the sacred lake.

The nomenclature of Ajmer too speaks a volume about its importance; “Ajaimeur” which means ‘invincible hill’ was a home to the powerful Chauhan dynasty. The city didn’t lose its charm even after repeated muslim conquests and thus, what we see today is the invincible city of religious heritage.

Ajmer City Guide
Besides being visited for religious purposes, Ajmer in Rajasthan is also famous for a number of other Ajmer tourist places like:
  • Abdullah Khan’s Tomb
  • Adhai din ka Johnpra
  • Akbar’s Palace and Museum
  • Ana Sagar Lake
  • Anted ki Mata Temple
  • Durga Bagh
  • Foy Sagar Lake
  • Kishangarh
  • Mayo College and Museum
  • Roopangarh Fort
  • Taragarh

ajmer-tour Besides, Pushkar Ajmer, and Ajmer Sharif you can also explore the beauty of other Ajmer temples like Bramha Temple, Old Rangji Temple, New Rangji Temple, Savitri Temple,Saraswati Temple.
Ajmer Hotels 
You can simply book your tour package with any leading tour ad travel company and get free booking of Ajmer hotels along with the assistance of travel agents to provide you with a proper Rajasthan travel guide. This way you can get easy access to all the Ajmer tourist places. Ajmer city offers you a number of hotels to choose from, likewise heritage hotels, luxury hotels, three stars or four star hotels.

How to Reach Ajmer 
Ajmer in Rajasthan, India is one of the most visited tourists spots. So much so that Ajmer tourism thrives on the religious importance of Ajmer Sharif Jaipur and Pushkar Ajmer. You can reach Ajmer via:

Air: Jaipur is the nearest airport (138 kms).
Rail: Well connected to Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Ahmedabad, Udaipur, Abu Road and Jodhpur by regular trains. Two of the best trains of the Indian Railways, Pink City Express and Shatabdi Express connect Ajmer to Delhi and Jaipur.
Road: A wide bus network operates from Ajmer to key destinations around. Distances from important tourist centres are: - 
  • Jaipur: 138 kms
  • Delhi: 392 kms
  • Ahmedabad: 526 kms
  • Jaisalmer: 490 kms
  • Bikaner: 233 kms.

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