Cuddled by Aravali ranges, Ajmer has becomes world renowned for housing the most sacred Dargah Sharif of Saint Moinuddin Chishti. Located in the heart of Rajasthan, the city has been adorned with abundance of nature. Thousands of travellers flock here every year to visit the Dargah Sharif. It is believed that this mosque is blessed and fulfils 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. The mosque casts an astonishing painting of Muslim architecture.
Travellers visiting Ajmer always make a point to visit Puskhar, home to the only Brahma Temple. Especially during the annual Puskhar Mela, the town of Pushkar brims with loads of travellers who take dip in the holy Pushkar Lake to wash away their sins. The sights of decked up markets, colourful Rajasthani attires, adorned camels and ringing bells in the background make Pushkar a serene destination to meditate.
Spend some time at the Ana Sagar Lake which has seen its own share of ups and downs in history. The lake is nestled with beautiful lures such as the marble pavilions of King Shah Jahan and striking shrine of Khobra Behroon.
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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