AJMER - CITY OF ‘INVINCIBLE HILL’
Places To visit in Ajmer
Ajmer Sharif Dargah
Undoubtedly, the first tourist attraction in Ajmer has to be the revered Ajmer Sharif Dargah. This is also known as Garib Nawaz, which is visited by devotees of all faiths with the belief of getting their prayers answered.it has elements such as tombs, courtyards and gates – Nizam Darwaza,Buland Darwaza and Shah Jahan Darwaza .
Adhai Din Ka Jhonpra, Ajmer
The Adhai Din Ka Jhonpra which literally means ‘the hut of two and a half days’ which was constructed to function as a Sanskrit college. The name is due to the festival which was organised for ‘adhai din’ or two and a half days.
Anasagar Lake, Ajmer
It is one of the largest lakes in India by Arnoraj Chauhan. Because of its amazing views It is presently one of the most popular places to visit in Ajmer It forms the perfect background for memorable photographs. This lake is also the venue for water sports where you can do boating and water scooter rides.
Nareli Jain Temple
This Temple is also known as Shri Gyandoaya Tirth Kshetra, located on the outskirts of Ajmer. The architecture of this marble temple is a mix of traditional and modern elements with unique style.
Prithvi Raj Smarak
Prithvi Raj Smarak lies a beautiful garden, where you can enjoy a picnic with your friends and family.that is surrounded by the Aravallis, you get a view of the entire city and the valley below.
Ajmer city has many architectural landmarks one such imposing structure is the Victoria Jubilee Clock Tower which is 125 years old and located opposite the city railway station.
Taragarh Fort Reminiscent of the Rajputana architecture, was built by Ajmer’s founder Ajaipal Chauhan. every single structure shows the architecture From its main gateway to the water reservoirs.