Ajmer– Where Spirituality Pierces the Heart
Engulfed by the Aravali hills, Ajmer is a world-renowned place for the famous dargah of Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti, considered to be a great saint of the Islamic faith but was considered to be the benefactor of the poor. As a result, people of all classes, creeds, and faiths come to this holy spot. Considered to be the pilgrim spot of Muslims and located at a distance of 130 km from Jaipur and 14 km from Pushkar, Ajmer is located for its wonderful culture as well as the craftsmanship that existed for centuries.
Also in the city of Ajmer, you find the famous Jain temple also called the golden Jain temple. Ajmer is under the heritage city development scheme of India. Some of the other sought-after attractions in Ajmer are Adhai din ka Chopra, Taragarh fort, Government museum, Foy Sagar Lake, etc. Ajmer is also known for the famous Mayo College, one of the reputed boarding schools in the country. Come here through the Rajasthan religious tour packages from Delhi.
Considered to be the resting place of the great saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti, here you find the bliss of spirituality. Apart from the visit by the followers of the Muslim faith, people of other religions also come to this holy place to pay respects to this great saint of God and attain blessings. Known for its Mughal architecture, the shrine was built by emperor Humayun. Some other structures around this place are Bulnand Darwaza, Aulia masjid, Nizam gate, Jama masjid and more. Come here through the Rajasthan tour packages from Kolkata.
Considered to be the beauty of Ajmer, you can visit this lake and enjoy the incredible sunset during the evenings. You can take your camera along with you and capture wonderful images of this area. Near this lake, you find the Daulat bagh gardens apart from Khobra Behroon temple. Located at a distance of 13 km from Ajmer City, you can come here through Rajasthan holiday trip packages from Chennai.
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Built-in 1199 Ad by Qutub-ud-din Aibak, this mosque was constructed in 2 and a half days and is known for Indo-Islamic architecture. It comprises arched screens and beautiful pillars. You can come here through the Ajmer religious trip from Gurugram.
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The palace of Akbar also called Akbar's palace was built in 1570 AD and was the residential place for Akbar and his troops when he visited Ajmer. Today, it is transformed into a museum that displays the artifacts of the Mughal era and this includes paintings, sculptures as well as weapons. Come here through the Ajmer heritage trip package from Mumbai.
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Soniji ki Nasiyan is a Digambar Jain temple constructed of red sandstone and is also called as Red temple. The principal attraction here is the city of gold which depicts several wood figures of gold plating. In this temple, you have the city of Ayodhya made of 1000 kg of gold plating. Come here through the Rajasthan temple trip packages from Mumbai.
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Also referred to as the marble city of India, Kishangarh is located at a distance of 30 km from Ajmer. Here you find the famous Kishangarh fort as well as the Bani Thani painting style. Some of the attractions are Gondulav lake, the temple of nine planets, khoda Ganesh ji temple, etc. Come here through the Rajasthan holiday trip from Hyderabad.
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Constructed in 1892 by Mr. Foy, a British architect, the lake is situated near the Foy Sagar garden in Ajmer. From here, you can find an exemplary glimpse of the Aravali peaks. This is a wonderful picnic spot. You can come here through Rajasthan environmental trip package conducted by Hellovisit.
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Located on the charming Ana Sagar Lake, Durga Bagh Gardens were built by Maharaja Shiv Dan in 1868 Ad. Apart from greenery, you also find marble pavilions here. Come here through the Ajmer tour from Noida.
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Ajmer imbibes spirituality in you and is famous for the dargah of the great saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti.
Ajmer dargah visit, gardens, lakes, enjoying good food, etc
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You can reach Jaipur by air or train. From Jaipur, you can come by road or train to Ajmer.
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