Encircled by Aravali ranges, the city of Ajmer is generally renowned for the Ajmer Sharif Dargah of holy person Muin-ud-racket Chishti. Situated a ways off of 130 km from Jaipur and 14 kms from Pushkar in Rajasthan, the city is immovably limited by its customs and culture. The city has an interesting appeal which lies in the ethos and craftsmanship rehearsed over hundreds of years.
Visit Ajmer to witness the impeccable Mughal design set in an atmosphere of otherworldliness. The city is additionally a prestigious strict spot for Jains as a result of Golden Jain Temple. During the celebration of Urs, remembering the demise commemoration of Saint Moinuddin Chishti, devotees from over the globe crowd the city. A great deal of explorers visiting Pushkar stop by Ajmer and make a day trip. It has likewise been chosen as one of the legacy urban communities for the HRIDAY (Heritage City Development and Augmentation Yojana) plan of the Government of India.
Attractions: Ajmer Sharif Dargah, Ana Sagar Lake, Adhai Din Ka Jhopra, Akbar’s Palace, Nareli Jain Temple, Clock Tower, Durga Bagh Gardens, Kishangarh City, Abdulla Khan’s Tomb, Urs Festival, Roopangarh Fort, Prithviraj Smarak, Taragarh Fort Bundi, Bijay Niwas Palace, etc…
Best Time to visit: October to March which involves the Monsoons and Winter season is the best an ideal opportunity to visit.
Peak Season: December to March.
How to Reach
- By Air: The closest air terminal is Jaipur International Airport, around 132 km away from the city, after which you can drive from Jaipur to Ajmer by means of rail/street.
- By Rail: The Ajmer Railway Station is a significant station of Indian railroads and is effectively open. All the significant trains have their stoppages here. Delhi-Ajmer Shatabdi is one of the every day superfast trains that come here from Delhi.
- By Road: Ajmer is one of the significant urban areas of the territory of Rajasthan. The streets are perfectly associated with national interstates. Transports and cabs alongside automobiles are visit over the city.