Ajmer is the beautiful place of Rajasthan and completely wrapped in the green hills. This city was established by Raja Ajay Pal Chauhan in 7th Century. This historical place is near to Jaipur and to reach this place nearest airport is Jaipur as well. People can go through train, road and plain to reach this place. Nowadays, Ajmer is a famous as pilgrimage centre for the Hindu and Muslim both. Ajmer is particularly well-known for Dargah Sharif Tomb of the Sufi Saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti. Ajmer is rich of culture and schooling. British selected Ajmer for its impressive Mayo College. Today many big personalities of India and abroad send their children to study in this college. Those who are looking for Pushkar have to reach Ajmer first. Pushkar is the house of Lord Brahma, lying to its west with a temple and a charming lake.
Tourist Spots of Ajmer
Pushkar is a holy place for the Hindus, located at 11 kms distance from Ajmer. Proof points to its having live throughout the Fourth century B.C. Lake in the hostile environment of arid region is no less than a wonder. Brahma is imaginary to have completed forgo at this lake on Kartik Purnima. Holy to Brahma, Pushkar brags of its holy place devoted to Brahma that is the just single of its type in the earth.
This city is well-known for Dargah of the Great Sufi Saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti. It is a holy place of Muslims. Followers of every factions and reliance visit here as the saint’s sanctions are foolproof for everybody. Every year devotees of the master gather here from around the world on the juncture of the yearly fair of URS to disburse their curtsy to get the Saint’s sanctions for completion of needs.
Nasiyan Holy Place
This red temple is a Jain holy place which has a two storey hall continuous to the major holy place. The lobby shows a sequence of big gold covered timber pictures showing myths from Jain traditions. The complete lobby is opulently decorated by tumbler mixture, valuable gravels, silver and gold effort.
The huge citadel situated protecting the town. There are six gates to enter the fort and there has one Miran Saheb ki Dargha. Miran Saheb was the ruler of the citadel and spent his complete life in fort and he died in an encounter. It is situated at hill area and view from such is beautiful. Visitors will be able to view the complete city from this fort.
This is mock pond named after Anaji Chauhan. This lake was built with the help of local public. Ana Sagar Lake is artificial pond built by Maharaja Ana ji during 1135-50 AD to cleanse Ajmer drinking water problem. This lake was crammed by damming canal Luni. This lake also solved the reason of every day water usage for the native public. It gets dried throughout the summer season. This lake is a charming of looks. This Mugal emperor presently did many creations surrounding the lake to build it appear more enhanced. Presently there are sandstone and granite creations throughout the lake.