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Surrounded by Aravali ranges, the city of Ajmer is most famous for its Dargah Sharif of saint Muin-ud-din Chishti. Firmly bound by its traditions and culture, Ajmer has a unique charm which lies in the ethos and craftsmanship practised over centuries. Visit Ajmer to witness the exquisite Mughal architecture set in an aura of peace and spirituality.
Located almost in the centre of Rajasthan, Ajmer is brimming with natural beauty and is a renowned religious spot for Hindus and Muslims alike and it receives thousands of visitors every year. During the festival of Urs, the festival commemorating the death anniversary of Saint Moinuddin Chishti, believers from across the globe throng the city. With many famous temples also present here, the city is a renowned religious spot for Hindus and Jains alike. A lot of travellers visiting Pushkar stop by Ajmer and make a day trip to Ajmer.
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- Sunscreen, umbrellas, sun glasses will do the trick in any season. Nights get pretty cold in the winters so woollens are a must
One of the holiest sites for Muslim pilgrims. Acts as the connecting hub for Pushkar. Perfect weekend getaway from nearby towns. Easily accessible and well-connected.
Slightly congested. Gets overcrowded by visitors during fairs, especially in winters. Not a lot to do within the city except for visiting the Dargah.
A Huge pilgrimage site for Muslims from all over India and the world. Ajmer's Dargah sees a lot of celebrity visitings as well because of the Dargah. Also, preferred by people from nearby towns for short holidays. Ajmer serves as a base for Tirthraj Pushkar and is a delight for shopoholics!