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Ajmer is a centrally located city in the state of Rajasthan. Like other city of this province, Ajmer is also a big attracting spot for the tourists from all over the world. However, Ajmer has a unique identity! Ajmer is not just a city! Ajmer is living example of communal harmony of India. Ajmer is the city of great Sufi saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti.

Ajmer is located in the middle of Rajasthan. The city is fifth largest city of the province. Ajmer is 203 Kilometers away from the incredibleJodhpur. The traveling time between Ajmer and Jodhpur is around 4-5 hours. Indian railway provides daily trains between Jodhpur to Ajmer and approximate time of journey is 5-6 hours by train.

Ajmer's climate is quite similar to other cities of western and northern India. Though tourists visit Ajmer in every season, however; the months of November, December, January, and February are ideal months to visit Ajmer and incredible Jodhpur as well.

Aravali Mountains surround Ajmer city. Ajmer looks like an innocent child sitting in his mother's lap that is Aravali Mountains. Ajmer is located between New Delhi, the National capital of India, and Mumbai, the commercial capital of India. The location of Ajmer is crucial as far as Indian railway is concerned. Ajmer is very important junction of broad gauge railway track between two very important cities of western India, Jaipur and Ahmadabad.

Ajmer sharif- Tourist attraction Ajmer Sharif is pious Dargah of great Sufi saint Moinuddin Chishti is located in Ajmer city, therefore; Ajmer is world famous pilgrim and tourist place as well. However, Ajmer Sharif is Muslim holy place but people of all religions visit it. Ajmer city is truly symbolizes the lesson of spirituality that India has been teaching the rest of world for many centuries. Ajmer city is a unique balance of manmade and natural tourist’s spots. Nizam gate is the main gate after which there is shahjahani gate, which was made by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan, and then there is Buland Darwaza.

Nasiyan temple - Ajmer is a living example of cultural diversity of India and Nasiyan temple of Jainism is another example of Indian cultural diversity. The Jain temple is in red color and it was in 1853. Nasiyan temple truly depicts the great ideology of nonviolence, the soul element of Jainism. All tourists from different religions love to visit this temple. The beauty of temple is that its hall is adorned with Gold, Silver and other precious stones. This temple is unique in its own senses and cannot be compared with any other temple in Rajasthan.

Ana-Sagar lake -There is one special place in Ajmer that is a great example of the mixed beauty of nature and human creativity. The name of this place is "Ana-Sagar" lake. Ana-Sagar Lake is an artificial lake and was built between 1135-1150 AD. A range of hills bound the lake. There is one marvelous garden on the coast of Ana-Sagar lake called as DaultBagh.The speciality of this lake is that it is the biggest in Ajmer and is considered as the one of the most beautiful lakes in India with storage capacity of 4.75 million cubic meter.

Mayo - Ajmer is also famous for "Mayo" college, one of the oldest boarding schools of India. A British ruler Richard Bourke founded it in 1875. Mayo College has delivered many talented people who served their Nations and humanity at their best. The Purpose of this college was to offer education to the royal bloods similar to what was taught in Punjab Public school. Britishers set up Mayo for the sons of the Royal class and Rajputana. In this school there are 850 students from the age of 9 up to the age of 18.

 Best Hotels- Ajmer is a notable place for its delicious traditional Rajasthan foods. The tourists who have an attraction of traditional Rajasthani Thali may visit Sheesh Mahal restaurant, Ambrosia restaurant, and hotel Aroma royal. There are array of hotels and you can select any one of them according to your budget and the place you want to visit. Hotels ranging from traditional décor to the urban style are available in Ajmer but to get a feel of old days and what the life would have been then, tourists prefer to stay in the traditional ones.


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