Ajmer Tour Packages
Ajmer is one of the major cities in Rajasthan has been home to various dynasties who come and ruled it and left behind the indelible marks of their culture and traditions. The city was founded by Raja Ajaypal Chauhan in 7th century AD and till the 12th century, it was the epicentre of Chauhan dynasty. After Prithviraj Chauhan’s loss to Mohammed Gouri in 1193 AD, it became home to several dynasties and in 1556 AD it became an integral part of the Mughal Empire when the Mughal Emperor Akbar made it the military base for his conquests or Rajputana. Surrounded by the Aravalli Mountains, the city served as a base for visiting Pushkar the only temple dedicated to Lord Brahma. So if you are in search of peace and tranquillity and want an escape from the hustle and bustle of city life then Ajmer tour is perfect solace for you.
On Ajmer tour packages you come across various amazing attractions and places that surely left their mark. Among the places to visit in Ajmer start your trip with a visit to the most revered tomb of Sufi Saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti who came to Ajmer from Persia in 1192 and died here in 1236 is visited by thousands of pilgrims from all corners of the world especially on Urs, the death anniversary of the saint. Pay your visit to the other religious site the Nasiyan (Red) Temple, a marvelous Jain temple built in 1865 is also known as the Golden Temple due to its golden dome. The Nareli Jain Temple also known as Shri Gyanendra Tirth Kshetra is an important pilgrimage for Digambara Jains and is among the most prominent attractions in Ajmer due to its architecture, secluded location amid Aravalli Hills and a huge statue of Shri Adinath Ji.
Enjoy your evening at Ana Lake which reflects the surrounding Aravalli Hills on its languid, oily surface. On its banks are two green parks, the Subash Bagh and the Daulat Bagh which are also worth visit. Hire the pedalos or motorboats and enjoy the serenity of the surroundings is among the best things to do in Ajmer. Do visit the Taragarh Fort which was built to guard the city and is known to be the home of Chauhan dynasty rulers is among the oldest forts in India. Adhai Din Ka Jhonpda is the oldest Sanskrit college turned mosque located on the slopes of Taragarh Fort is also among the must-see attractions of Ajmer. The calligraphy on its walls, over 40 intricately designed columns that support the roof with unique designs which are now in ruins but still manages to capture the admiration of its visitors. Another attraction that allure you with its architectural brilliance is Akbar’s Palace, a portion of which is converted into a museum in 1908 provide its visitors an opportunity to explore the history through sculptures, miniature paintings, medieval armoury of the worriers etc.
So what you are waiting for as there is so much to see and explore in Ajmer the city of religious harmony and rich cultural heritage.