The city Ajmer is holding the 5th rank by its volume in the state Rajasthan which is founded by the king Ajay Pal Chauhan in the last 7th century. The city is covered by the Aravalli hills and the massive Thar Desert is covering the city which enhances the beauty of Ajmer. Heavy rain falls occurs between June to September and its temperature remains high all the time but it never resists you to reach your desired place.
Dargah of Khawaja Moin-Ud-Din- Chisti (Dargah Sharif)
The main attraction point of Ajmer is its Dargah Sharif which is situated in the heart of the Ajmer city. Today, the holy place Ajmer has become the most popular pilgrimage centre for both the religions, Hindu and Muslims where one side is holding the divine Hindu temple Pushkar and the another side is occupied by Muslim's Durgah of Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti. Just 11 km has separated the two celestial places from one another where lots of visitors come to meet their divinity.
Adhai Din Ka Jhopda
Adhai-Din-Ka Jhonpara is the stunning tourist attraction of Ajmer. The extravagant part of architecture was built in two and half days, that's why it's called Adhai-Din-Ka Jhonpara. Basically it was a Sanskrit college and destroyed by Mohammad Ghauri and converted it to Mosque within a time limit of 2 ½ days. The historical architecture is constructed in Indo-Islamic architectural style which will experience you affection between the two religions.
Nasiyan Jain Temple
Nasiyan Jain Temple is the wonderful tourist place which is located in the Prithvi Raj Marg, Ajmer. The temple is also known as Red Temple of India where a beautiful museum is placed which exhibits the things related to Jain beliefs and traditions. The temple is so beautiful that a huge number of visitors come to this place to see its beauty which appeals a lot to the tourist to visit again and again
One of the famous tourist attractions of Ajmer is Kishangarh Fort which is hardly 27 km apart from the northeast of Ajmer city. The fort is located in Kishangarh town which keeps Ajmer's beauty intake. The town Kishangarh is famous for its great painting school where the wonderful portrays of Radha, lord Krishna are painted in an eclectic way.
The famous historical Taragarh Fort is the wonderful tourist attraction spot of Ajmer which even attracts visitors from out of India. The prime attraction of Taragarh fort is its water reservoir which is mostly used to store and supply water to public in case of water scarcity.
Once the royal residence of Emperor Akbar ,the museum houses a rich repository of the Mughal and Rajput Armour and exquisite sculptures
How to Reach
Airways : Nearest Airport is in Jaipur
Railways: Ajmer is connected by rail to Delhi, Agra, Ahmedabad, Barmer, Bharatpur, Bikaner, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Mount Abu and to Bombay Via Ahmedabad.
Roadways: Ajmer is well connected by road with Agra (370 km), Bharatpur (312 km), Bikaner (234 km), Bundi (139 km), Chittaurgarh (182 km), Delhi (444 km), Jaipur (138 km), Jaisalmer (458 km).