best places to visit in ajmer rajasthan

10 best places to visit in ajmer rajasthan

ajmer
ajmer
One can lead travelers to visit one of the top tourist destinations of Ajmer, where a huge lake and firebrand will mesmerize the vibrant vision of Mughal architecture.

This picturesque ancient state where once ruled by the Mughal Emperor Akbar is also surrounded by rugged Aravalli hills making it a unique picturesque place. Along with the Indo-Islamic architecture of the mosques, the sights of Ajmer are Jain temples and historical forts in Ajmer.

But a visit to this popular travel destination of Rajasthan is incomplete without the famous attractions of Ajmer Sharif Dargah and Akbar's palace.

There are many more tourist places in our blog here that you must visit while planning a holiday in Ajmer.

  1. Ajmer Dargah Sharif
  2. Anasagar lake and Daulat Bagh
  3. Nareli Jain Temple
  4. Taragarh Fort
  5. Adhai Din ka Jhopara
  6. Lake Foy sagar
  7. Daulat Bagh
  8. Sai Baba Temple
  9. Akbari Fort and Museum
  10. Mayo College Museum
1.Ajmer Dargah Sharif
Ajmer Sharif Dargah
Ajmer Sharif Dargah

Urs festival is most prominent in Ajmer. During this time a fair is organized and a lot of events take place. If you are not avoiding the crowd then you can come to Ajmer during Urs.

It is celebrated from the first date of Rajab month to the sixth date according to the Urs Islamic calendar. If you are going to Ajmer during Urs, then book your tickets in advance. Because at this time every train and flight to Ajmer is almost full.

The AjmerSharif Dargah in Rajasthan is recognized worldwide. To say that this is a pilgrimage site for those who believe in Muslim religion, but here you will see people of every religion drooling.

 Khawaja is the tomb of poor Nawaz here. At this tomb, the common man comes to visit the forehead as well as from the Bollywood celebrities, the Prime Minister of the country Narendra Modi has also come here.

2.Anasagar lake and Daulat Bagh
Anna Sagar Lake
Anna Sagar Lake
Daulat Bagh is situated on the banks of the Anna Sagar Lake. Ajmer Dargah is famous because of Sharif, but there are many lakes and gardens available which enhance the beauty of Ajmer and come the center of attraction in the eyes of tourists.

Daulat Bagbag is one of that garden. It was a beautiful garden built by the Mughal King Shah Shah. People come there to relax their mind amidst the greenery.

 The locals also come to enjoy the view. Rajasthan has many artificial lakes and one such lake is Ana Sagar Lake. One of the most attractive aspects of Ajmer is that one of the most pleasant lakes in the whole of Rajasthan is the popular Aana Sagar Lake.

 Sitting at the core of the city of Ajmer, Ana Sagar Lake is one of the most experienced and most authentic lakes in this location. It is a freshwater lake, which works by directing the waters of catchment bodies built in 1150 AD.

It was built under the command of Arnoraj, otherwise called the engineering marvel of Ana and the architect that the Ana Sagar lake came into existence. In later years, the lake began to flourish as an incredible desert spring for the Rajput states in these parts of Rajasthan.

The island on the lake is the top of the panoramic view. Foreigners and travelers from all over India come to ride the extraordinary waterfall and shoot films here. Apart from the British Residency, Daulat Bagh gardens and Mughal structures are the major tourist attractions here. Ajmer is incomplete without the exotic Ana Sagar Lake.


Made the Ana Sagar Lake a beautiful wonder, with a gorgeous backdrop of the Aravalli Mountains and other last places. On the strength of his peace and excellence, Prithviraj Chauhan's grandfather established this city by himself. The main attraction of Ana Sagar Lake lies in its beautiful excellence, its calm waters and its lake island.

3.Nareli Jain Temple
Nareli Jain Temple
Nareli Jain Temple
This is the district in which 72 of the 24-24 statues of the past, future and present of the Bharat region will be displaced in 24 districts. Three statues will be installed in each temple. The foundation stone of these priests was performed by individual priests on 27 December 1997 in the Sangh Parivar Sangh.


Nareli Jain Temple is a new Jain temple located 7 km from the metropolitan center and 128 km west of Jaipur on Highway Eight of the principle country. Ashok Patni of RK Marbles built this temple.

The temple is situated on the diversity of the Aravalli Mountains. The temple fee is estimated at Rs 50 crore, but the cost is close to Rs 100 crore. And the main temple was built by Dinanathji Jain, then the development was completed through Deepak Jain and his family.


Another important monument of Jain faith, 7 km south-east on the Jaipur skip, is the angular contemporary Nareli temple, a blend of traditional and contemporary architectural style, blending traditional and contemporary architectural styles with a quirky effect

4.Taragarh Fort
Taragarh Fort
Taragarh Fort

Taragarh is mainly known for its historic Taragarh Fort. This fort is situated here at 800 feet high Nagpahari. At the foothills of this hill lies the city of Ajmer, which is known for its famous Ajmer-Sharif-Dargah.

Taragarh is a historical site located in Ajmer city of Rajasthan, which is known for its ancient forts and dargahs. Like other places of the state, it too has its own history.

This stronghold is seen more by tourists visiting the world famous Ajmer Dargah. You can see Rajasthani culture and Mughal architecture closely here. For those interested in history and art, this place is nothing less than a treasure.

 This kiln was built in 1354 AD. Mountaineering can also be enjoyed on this hill. It is believed that there was a war between the Rajputs and the Mughals. Historically, this fort has mattered a lot. If you come to Ajmer then definitely visit this fort.

5. Adhai Din ka Jhopara
Adhai Din ka Jhonpra
Adhai Din ka Jhonpra
The name of the mosque is the half-day hut which means two and a half day shed. There are many things related to the name of this mosque. According to a legend, the life of man is two and a half days on earth.

 Historians say that in ancient times, a fair was held for two and a half days. Some say that it was ready in two and a half days, then it was named "Two and a half day hut".
Other beliefs state that during the Maratha era, the Fakirs came to commemorate the urs and hence the mosque came to be called the hut. Since the urs were held for two and a half days, the mosque was named adhai din ka jonpra.

Adhai Din ka Jhonpra is a mosque built within two and a half days by order of Mohammad Ghori.

The Sultan ordered the mosque to be built within two and a half days and the workers worked day and night, but were only able to construct a screen wall so that the Sultan could offer his prayers.

6. Lake Foy sagar
Foy Sagar
Foy Sagar

One of the most important water sources in the Ajmer region, the Foy Sagar Lake in Ajmer is a major tourist attraction. 

Foy Sagar was built by the famous British architect, Mr. Foy in 1897.

It looks like a shimmering pancake from afar, and was made in the year 1897. The famous British architect, Mr. Foy, ignored its construction and needless to say that this architecture is quite famous.

With its beauty, it looks like a natural lake instead of artificial. It is today a favorite picnic spot, which has a beautiful environment. It is nice to spend a leisurely evening on its banks to soak in the beauty on its banks.

Foy Sagar Lake is an artificial man-made lake located west of Ajmer city. 1897 AD Built by the English architect Mr. Foy, the lake was named after him. Foy Sagar Lake was constructed for the sole purpose to overcome water shortage in Ajmer during the drought. Being an important source of water, it is also very beautiful.

It has now become a famous picnic spot. Where people enjoy missing out. This is the Sunday that is most lost.

7. Daulat Bagh
Daulat Bagh
Daulat Bagh

Daulat Bagh is located in the middle of Ajmer. Daulat Bagh Garden is a famous tourist attraction of Ajmer city. It is an ancient but well-maintained garden that was constructed by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. It is a garden adorned with lush green surroundings and a fountain that provides one final respite from the tiring time of the day.

The park has recently been named Subhash Bagh by Ajmer civil authorities.

Daulat Bagh Garden is a magnificent garden with lush greenery and open spaces. The garden was named 'Daulat' by Shah Jahan due to its variety and greenery at that time. There are white marble pavilions on the banks of Aana Sagar where these gardens begin.

The park is mainly known for its natural environment, sprawling lawns and flora. The garden is a good place for a weekend to enjoy a natural retreat. It also has a large statue of Subhash Chandra Bose and a Balaji temple.

It is very crowded during any festival, it is crowded on Sundays, it is situated in the middle of Ajmer.

An ideal place for recreation, people can enjoy long walks and boats in the lake. Children can also enjoy swings and toy car rides in the garden complex.

8. Sai Baba Temple
Sai Baba Temple
Sai Baba Temple

Sai Baba Temple is an extremely popular temple within the city limits of Ajmer. It is located on Tara Garh Road. Going here fulfills the desire

Sai Baba temple is one of the architecture and is very popular among all Sai Baba devotees. The temple is built with the purest form of marble, the entire temple is adorned with marble. Which is a center of attraction.

Which has the unique quality of translucent stone, allowing light to pass through. This beautiful temple is built on a plot of 5 bighas (or more than two acres) in Ajay Nagar and is about 4–5 km from Ajmer railway station.

Junagarh Fort at Bikaner

Nasta is also served here on Thursday on the occasion of Prasad. One can visit Sai Baba temple during 5:00 am - 8:00 pm. Everyone is provided shelter here and devotees usually spend their time in devotion to Sai Baba.

9.Akbari Fort and Museum
Akbar's Fort and Government Museum
Akbar's Fort and Government Museum

Akbar's Fort and Government Museum are located in the center of Ajmer city. The rule of Emperor Akbar began in 1556 AD. It is said that the rule of Emperor Akbar began in 1556 AD after defeating Hemu in the second battle of Panipat.

It is a wonderful feeling to see the structure that has stood for so many years, keeping the memories of many events that have taken place in the last four centuries. Unlike other forts, Akbar's fort in Ajmer was not located on any hill. It is in the center of the city.

Akbar traveled on foot from Chittor to Ajmer to pay homage at the dargah for the attainment of a son. Meanwhile, Akbar came in contact with Shiyakh Salim Chishti, a mystic mystic of the Chishtia order and a disciple of Moinuddin Chishti.

About Ranthambore National Park

It is said that with the blessings of Salim Chishti, 1569 AD. In Akbar, a son was born here. Shahzada Salim later ruled India as Emperor Jahangir.

10.Mayo College Museum
 Mayo College
 Mayo College

 
Mayo College About 1 - 2 km from Ajmer Railway Station, Mayo College is a boys' residential public college in Ajmer city. The college is one of the oldest and best public colleges in India and one of the top tourist destinations in Ajmer

College October 1875 AD. In which Sir Oliver St. John was the first principal and a boy, Maharaja Mangal Singh of Alwar.

Mayo College was founded in 1875 AD by Richard Bourke, 6th Earl of Mayo, from 1869 to 1872 AD. Was also Viceroy of India. This college was built to provide education similar to the leaders of princely states.

A very ornate central tower stands tall as the building's pride. A series of small domed pavilions lead to the roof. The building has found itself on postage stamps on its centenary. The coat of arms of the College of Arms was designed by Lockwood Kipling, former Principal of the School of Arts, Lahore, and father of the famous writer Rudyard Kipling.

Mayo College Museum, popularly known as Danmal Mathur Museum, is located in Jhalawar House of Mayo College. Spread over 18 rooms, this museum is one of its kind museums in India and one of the best museums of any school in the world.

The museum is in possession of a precious collection of antiques and armory. The museum has a huge collection of artefacts, old paintings, sculptures, photographs, coins, which belong to different fields of learning and knowledge


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