Ajmer - Other Tourist Attractions in Ajmer
Situated at a distance of 26 kilometers from Ajmer, Mangliyawas is famous for two-revered trees that are more than 800 years old. Known as Kalpavrikshas, these trees are worshipped on an amavasya day in the Hindu month of Shravan.
Apart from enjoying adventure filled tours to the Kishangarh Fort, Adhai Din Ka Jhonpra, Nasiyan Jain Temple, Akbar's Palace and the celebrated Dargah of Hazrat Moinuddin Hasan Chisti you can set out on fascinating tours to several other tourist attractions that add to the rustic glamour of ethereal Ajmer with Rajasthan Holiday.
Tour the captivating Jhulelal Temple on your tours to Rathore Ajmer with Rajasthan Holiday. Marvel at the captivating rituals that are performed to impress the main deity, Sheetla Devi. Also see the enchanting tourist attractions located near Mangliyawas.
Enjoy a 5-kilometer drive from Ajmer and stop by the glassy Foy Sagar Lake for a captivating picnic escapade. Also visit the 12th century Ana Sagar Lake that was constructed to dam the waters of the River Luni by Anaji Chauhan. Enjoy the exotically carved marble pavilions that adorn the plush Daulat Bagh on the banks of the Ana Sagar Lake.
Amongst the other tourist attractions of Ajmer that definitely warrant a visit are the Solahkhambha, Shah Jahan's Mosque and Abdullah's Mausoleum.
The Solahkhamba is located right outside the Dargah of Hazrat Moinuddin Hasan Chisti and is the mausoleum of the main caretaker of the Dargah. Shah Jahan's Mosque is located within the walls of the Dargah and definitely is worth a visit. Among the other tourist attractions in Ajmer, the tomb of Emperor Shah Jahan's daughter and the tomb of the Sufi saint's daughter Hafiz Begum that are located within the Ajmer Sharief premises are definitely worth visiting.