Ajmer Travel

Located in the Indian state of Rajasthan and surrounded by the Aravali Hills, Ajmer is a city that has witnessed numerous dynasties ruling it over the years. Ajmer houses monuments from all religion, which stand testimony to the fact that it has been ruled by various dynasties. However, the one reason that has brought Ajmer into the tourism map is the sacred Dargah Sharif of Saint Moinuddin Chishti. It is believed that the Dargah fulfills the wishes of every devotee.

During the festival of Urs, the festival commemorating the death anniversary of Saint Moinuddin Chishti, Ajmer gets over crowded with both Hindu and Muslim devotees.

Any traveler visiting Ajmer, always make sure to visit Pushkar, which is home to the only Brahma Temple. During the annual Pushkar Mela, the town of Pushkar is crowded with travelers who visit the holy Pushkar Lake to take a dip, which is believed to wash away sins.

Crowded markets, colourful Rajasthani outfits, caravan of camels, and bells ringing in the background, all these factors make Pushkar a serene destination to meditate.

Ana Sagar Lake is another popular attraction among the tourists. Nestled amidst beautiful lures, the lake has seen its share of ups and downs in history. The marble pavilions of King Shah Jahan and striking shrine of Khobra Behroon are among the major appeals of the lake.

Other popular attractions of Ajmer are:

How to Reach Ajmer
By Air: The Sanganer Airport (approximately 135 kilometres from Ajmer), located in Jaipur, is closest to the city.
By Rail: The Ajmer Junction railway station remains popular among travellers opting for rail journey. It is located on the Mumbai - Ahmedabad - Jaipur - Delhi line.
By Road: The Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation runs abundance of bus services to suit the needs of all kinds of travellers. These deluxe and semi-deluxe buses link Ajmer to all the major cities of India. 


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