Ajmer Tourism | Famous 8 Places to Visit in Ajmer Tour

Ajmer Tourism | Famous 8 Places to Visit in Ajmer Tour


Ajmer the Dargah Destination of India; is
nestled in south west of Jaipur. Its home for many dynasties especially Mughals
as they fancied the place due to the presence of the very prominent and holy Ajmer Sharif
Dargah. The city is also popularly known for the Mayo
College, which is one of India’s first schools that laid foundation for British style of
education. Ajmer Sharif Dargah
The holy shrine of Ajmer Sharif Dargah enshrines the maqbara or grave of Garib Nawaz who was
a Sufi saint and preached about harmony and spirituality. Ana Sagar Lake
Ana Sagar Lake is a renowned manmade lake which interestingly, dries up in the months
of summer, but acts as a source of livelihood for all the local people of this city. Adhai-Din Ka Jhonpra
Adhai Din ka Jhonpra is a mosque that is said to be built within two and a half days by
the order of Mohammad Ghori. The sultan ordered the mosque to be built
within 60 hours and the workers worked day and night but were only able to construct
a screen wall so that the sultan could offer his prayers. Nareli Jain Temple
It creates an aura of peace, tranquility and calm; the place just calms your senses, relaxes
your mind, and De-stresses your mood. Best place to Meditate is inside the temple,
in front of giant Idol of Bhagwan Rishabh Deva. Akbar Palace and Museum
It showcases some of the best sculptures, paintings, archaeological artifacts of Mughal
and Rajput culture and lifestyle. It also has on display the grand paintings
made by the Maharajas of Bharatpur. Taragarh Fort
It is also known as the Star Fort and Rudyard Kipling, described the place as, “more the
work of Goblins than men”. Prithviraj Smarak
It houses the statue of Prithviraj Chauhan built with black stone, mounted on a horse,
with a bow and arrow in his hand. He was known for his courage, bravery and
patriotism towards his city. Rangji Temple
The temple is named after Lord Rangji, who was believed to be the incarnation of Lord
Vishnu. It reflects a distinct style (Dravidian) style
of architecture along with the Rajput and Mughal styles

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