Ajmer – Beautified With Enriched Ancient Structures

Rajasthan is a large northern state of India famed for housing diverse landscapes, rich culture, architectural heritage and awe-inspiring tradition. Blessed with beautiful golden sand dunes, breathtaking hill stations, heritage hotels, gorgeous forts, stunning palaces, enchanting deserts, beautiful waterfalls, Rajasthan trip invites all types of tourists throughout the year.
dargah sharif ajmer


Honoring in the Sufi Saint, Dargah-e-Sharif was built in the 12th century AD which is considered as the holiest of all Muslim dargahs in the country. This spiritual place remains open throughout the year; however, a large amount of pilgrims is expected to visit from around the world. During the festival of Urs, one will find a thrilling environment here. Everyone wishes each other with a warm hug plus a ritual of exchanging gifts is being done. So, visiting at Ajmar gives you a unique experience.

Taragarh Fort:

Overlooking the entire city, a splendid Taragrah Fort is one of the finest as well as oldest forts in the country made by talented King Ajaypal Chauhan. The fort was used as an important military center in the crucial time of war times, especially during British Raj. Here, a great work of art remembrances the memories of Indian history.

Adhai-Din-Ka-Jhonpda :

Earlier, this place was recognized as the most gorgeous historical structure but later it was converted into mosque in 1193 by Qutbuddin Aybak. Overtopping at the height of Taragarh hill, the structure demonstrates a collection of Indo- Persian art, where the pillars, walls, all are engraved with Naskh and Kufic scripts.

Ana Sagar Lake:

Constructed by king Anaji in the 12th century, this lake presents an amazing architecture to explore. Surrounded by the exquisite garden, this lake offers to keep healthy while taking a walk in the walkway assembled between the banks of the lake and the gardens.

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