Ajmer is the land of faith, beliefs, history, forts etc. and is thus an important and well known city of the Indian state of Rajasthan. The beautiful Ajmer city is surrounded with the ranges of Aravili hills cuddled with the serene lakes.
Spending holidays in Ajmer can be a wonderful experience with beautiful memories. There are many things to explore in Ajmer for people of all age groups. Listed below is few of the places which includes top tourist places in Ajmer.
1. Ajmer Dargah:
Ajmer Dargah is the famous Sufi Shrine of the country. Pilgrims from all over the world have immense faith and belief and thus visits the shrine to pray for their soul. Various miracles have taken place in the Dargah which keeps alive the faith within the pilgrims. The architecture of the Dargah is also very unique and ancient. The art form of Kawali is said to be originated from the Ajmer Dargah after the Sufi Saint.
2. Ana sagar lake:
Ana sagar Lake is one of the beautiful lakes of Ajmer, built in the ancient times by Anaji Chauhan. Surrounded with beautiful ranges of Aravili hills, Lake Ana sagar is a perfect place for relaxation, boat rides, evening strolls and other fascinating activities.
3. Aadhi din ka Jhonpra:
Aadhi din ka Jhonpra is famous for its legendary tales which is located in the outskirts of Ajmer. It is said that the construction of the structure was completed in two and a half days and thus the place is known for its archeological significance.
4. Taragarh fort:
Taragarh is also known as the Ajmer fort built by the King Ajaypal Chauhan, with the splendor view of the whole city along with the hills and the beautiful lakes. Taragarh fort is one of the oldest forts in India with interesting architecture and historical significance.
Other places to visit in Ajmer Rajasthan:
Lake Foy sagar, Magazine museum, Naiyan Ji Jain temple etc. are few of the other places in Ajmer city. There are various ladies markets which provides exclusive collection of Ajmer like bandhani sarees, duppattas, silver ware, ittars etc. along with mouth-watering street food.
Pushkar is another good destination to visit from Ajmer. It is said that the only Brahma temple in the world is located in Pushkar and Ajmer is the base to visit Pushkar. Ajmer to Pushkar is only 12kms by roadways.
There are various hotels and restaurants easily available in Ajmer. Hotel Ambassador, Hotel Embassy, Hotel Haveli heritage etc. are few of them.
How to reach Ajmer Rajasthan:
• Ajmer is easily accessed by roadways and railways. It is well connected with many national highways and with major railway junctions of the country.
• Jaipur is the nearest airport to Ajmer.
Ajmer is the place of divine serenity along with the cultural importance. A trip to Ajmer offers a lot more thrill, fun and excitement, one should thus not miss the chance to visit Ajmer once in Rajasthan.