Ajmer Tourist Places, Rajasthan, India

Adhai Din Ka Jhopra

Indo-islamic architecture was built in just a span of 2.5 days, a fear in itself. Adhai din ka Jhopda in Ajmer is supposedly, a place of worship for the Hindu and Jain culture before a mosque was built out of the temple ruins. It was built by Muhammad Ghori in the year 1198, who had the walls of the mosque engraved with verses from the Quran. It belived as well are from the remains of temples that the pillars that from the foundation as well are from the remains of temples that once stood on the same site. A perfect merging of many religions is evident at Adhai Din ka Jhopda.
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Ajmer Sharif Dargha

The Dargha Sharif Ajmer, located at the foot of barren hill, is the place where the Khawaja Moinuddin Chishti mortal remains lie buried. The Dargha (tomb) with a marble dome is situated in the center of acourtyard and is surrounded by a silver platform. It believed that the shrine is a place of wish fulfilment for those who pray with devout and pure hearts. People of all religious faiths visit the Dargha and make offerings of rose and jasmine flowers to seek the blessings of the Khawaja. Millions of devotees from all over the world visit the Dargah to pay homage to Khawaja on Urs Ajmer Shareef, the solemn memory of Khawaja.
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Akbar Palace and Museum

it is an archeological museum with a number of artifacts that were unearthed during the excavations in the Ajmer regio. Ajmer was a very important part of history of India and that could be seen in the variety of sculptures that are housed in the museum. It is clean and one should not miss it during the visit to Ajmer. It is close to Soniji ki Nasiyan. This fort was built by Akbar in the year 1579 A.D.
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Ana Sagar Lake

Ana Sagar is the jewel of Ajmer. Shimmering like an illusion in this oasis city, it water light up at the night, reflecting the fluorescents of the city. You can hire a boat or water scooter to ride to the middle of the lake, which houses an island like structure.
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Lake Foy Sagar

Lake Foy Sagar at Ajmer is a major tourist attraction as well. It looks like a glimmering pancake from a distance, and was built in the year 1897. the famed British architect, Mr Foy overlooked its construction and needless to say, its architecture is quite famed too. With its than artificial. Its a favoured picnic spot in todays time, with the beautiful ambience adding quite a charm. Spend a leisurely evening by its side to soak in the beauty that lies in its stillness.
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Nareli Jain Temple

Nareli Jain Temple, is a new Jain temple located on the outskirts of Ajmer 7 kilometers from the city center and 128 kilometers waet of jaipur on the main national highway 8.
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