Ajmer – the holy city in Rajasthan is famous as a pilgrimage destination of Muslims where people of all religions come to worship Khwaja Moinduddin Chisti at Dargah here. The city goes full during Ursa (festival) wherein devotees from across the country come to spend time and pay homage to Khaza’s Dargah. Located around 120 in western side from Jaipur, Ajmer is also the main city of Rajasthan known for mountain ranges and desert area too. During your holidays in Rajasthan, spending a day or two in Ajmer is certainly the best way of exploring real Rajasthan.
Tourist Attractions in Ajmer
During your Ajmer tour, the main and must see attraction is Khawaja Moinuddin Chisti ki Dargah that has religious significance. It is said that all wishes fulfill here. You will also see some temples and ancient buildings here during your tour. Surrounding area is also wonder; especially known for Pushkar – a city known for the temple of Lord Brihma Ji – the only one temple in India. Lake is also famous as it is known for its religious significance. If you want to explore the rural area of Rajasthan, plan for
Food and Accommodation Options in Ajmer
The beautiful pilgrimage destination in Rajasthan is world-famous for having Mosque of Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti. Because of tourist influx, there are plentiful accommodation options here ranging from star category hotels to budget hotels, lodge, inns and resorts. Food options are also plentiful that you can choose according to your choice. Some hotels in Ajmer are also available.
Best Time to See Ajmer
The beautiful city and one of the main Muslim Pilgrimage places in India is full of devotees all round the year. However, best time to see Ajmer is from October to March. May and June are known for scorching heat. Temperature between September to October is also fine.
How to Reach Ajmer?
By Air : Ajmer doesn’t have any airport; but nearest airport to reach Ajmer is in Jaipur. You can take a taxi, bus or train from Jaipur to reach Ajmer. Distance between two cities is around 120 km that takes hardly 2 hours to complete.
By Rail : Ajmer is the main railway station connecting all main railways stations of the state and India. You can take a train from Jaipur, Delhi, Agra, Ahmedabad and other cities to reach here directly.
By Road : Regular buses are run by state transport corporation and private operators from Jaipur, Udaipur, Jodhpur and other cities. You can also take taxi from Jaipur, Agra, Delhi or other cities as per your choice. You can also reach by your own car.