Ajmer is bounded by the Aravalli Mountains. It is a pilgrimage centre for the shrine of the Sufi Saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chishtiand is also the base for visiting Pushkar (11 km), an ancient Hindu pilgrimage city, famous for the temple of Brahma.

Ajmer, also called Ajmer Sharif or Dargah Sharif, is the place of the famous saint, Khwaja Moin Ud Din Chisti. Ajmer, the region of Rajasthan attracts tourist to payrespects to this great saint irrespective of the caste, creed, sex and the faith the person belongs. Ajmer was a influential region in the past ruled by the legendary Chauhan rulers but finally the region was captured by Mohammed Gauri, the tyrannical ruler. Ajmer acts as a base camp to visit another place of tourist importance called Pushkar.

The amazing powers of Khwaja Moin Ud din Chisti cannot be describe in the few words. Commonly Known as Gharib nawaz, this eight hundred year old shrine is a shrine of completion of various issues of a human being provided there is faith in the great saint. Emperors and Kings bowed their heads [Sajda] before this famous saint and the ordinary men became great legends. There is a great rush during Urs and this shrine has achieve the description of Madinatul Hind, [Madina of India]

• Dargah Khwaja Sahib: The prime magnetism of this city, the dargah is the final latent place of the well-known Sufi saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti. Ajmer has earn the title ‘Medina of India’ due to the attendance of thisdargah, which is visited by innumerable devotee irrespective of their faith. The structures within the complex are elaborately done in white mineral and the main tomb of the saint is covered with a awning fitted with real pearls and embroideries of gold and silver. Some noted building within the multifaceted are the Begami Dalaan, the Mazhar of Bibi Hafiz Jamal and Aulia Masjid. The Jama Masjid is an interesting Mughal building with Koranic verses engraved on the walls. The white-marble Shah Jahan Mosque is another masterpiece done with intricate carving. The silver Jannati Darwaza is said to grant heaven to anyone who walks through the gate 7 times. likewise watch out for the Langar Khana, which provide food to the poor twice a day.

• Adhai-din-ka-Jhonpra: A work of art of Indo-Islamic architecture, the arrangement has an astonishing number of 124 pillars, each of which is different from the other. Verses from the Koran are also emblazoned in the walls. The mosque is hypothetical to have been constructed in two and a half days, hence the name.

• Taragarh Fort: value visiting in Ajmer is the Taragarh Fort situated on top of a hill and the previous site of armed activities during the Mughal times. The fort houses the dargah of Miran Saheb, the director of the fort who gave up his life hostility for the fort. The fort provide panoramic views of the city of Ajmer.

• Akbar’s Palace: This was the house of Akbar and has now been twisted into a museum that houses old weapons, small painting, ancient rock inscription, Jain sculpture and stone carvings.

• Mayo College: One of the oldest and the premium boys’ schools in the country, it was recognized by Lord Mayo, the British Viceroy of India. It was at first meant to impart teaching to the children of the royalty and today is a premier educational institute in the country. Its building is worth having a seem owing to its distinct Victorian style. Along with several avenues for sports, the school also has a museum in its grounds.

• Nasiyan Jain Temple: Devoted to first Jain Tirthankar, this temple is situated in the heart of the city. It is one of the finest Jain temples in the country and has a twice storeyed sanctum, containing gilded made of wood figures from the Jain myths. The temple is also called Swarna Nagari due to the information that it houses gold replica of all f amous Jain Temples in the country.

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