Visit Ajmer and re-live the age-old interpretation of the invincible hill, founded by Ajai Pal Chauhan in the 7th century. From Marwar rulers Ajmer finally went in the hands of Mughals and thereafter to the Marathas, eventually to the British. There’s always so much to witness in its vicinities.
Ajmer is one of the major destinations especially for pilgrims
Ajmer houses the Dargah of Sufi Saint Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Hasan Chisti
Depicting Hindu – Muslim unity in its entirety, Ajmer reiterates the Indian concept of ‘Unity in Diversity’
Various architectural styles can be witnessed in the vicinities of Ajmer
Ana Sagar Lake, Daulat Bagh, Government Museum, Nasiyan Jain Temple, and more
Enjoy shopping in Ajmer as it is known for antiques, curios, fascinating gold and silver jewelry
If you wish to witness a pilgrimage center, which remains at the heart of India, you must travel to Ajmer. Since it is located on the route to Pushkar, there always remains much to see and experience. Since the Hindus and Muslims equally revere it, the place is highly significant.
The annual Urs at the Dargah is held on a grand scale. The ceremony attracts pilgrims from all over the world. You can also participate in the gala event that holds much significance.
Then there is another significant ceremony, The Pushkar Fair, which is held every year on the Kartik Purnima day.
The town of Ajmer witnessed many conquests with rise and fall of dynasties. As a result, indelible marks on its culture and tradition are fabulous.
Sacred Shrine is second Mecca for the Muslims
Hindu Muslim Unity fills atmosphere with eternal bliss
The most visited Muslim Pilgrimage
The Sufy Capital with a Rosy Odour - Ajmer Town