Things to see and do - Ajmer
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Ajmer Travel guide
Ajmer : Michelin's recommendations
Although your first impression of Ajmer is likely to be a noisy one, it’s worth persevering in this city of half a million inhabitants in order to spend time in the narrow streets of its old quarters. In Ajmer, colourful turbans give way to Islamic caps, and the bell towers of temples to the call of the muezzin: throughout the year, worshippers – often from far away – congregate at the dargah (tomb) of the Sufi saint Khwaja Main ud-Din Chisti, the most venerated Muslim sanctuary in India. Activity here is even more frenetic during the Urs festival, which commemorates the death of the saint in 1236.
Tourist attractions Ajmer : Things to see and do
IND - Ajmer 305001
Towards the end of the 12C, the highly venerated Sufi Main ud-Din Chisti settled in Ajmer, attracting numerous Muslim pilgrims in his wake. He is laid to rest in the dargah of Main ud-Din Chisti, best visited - despite the crowds - during the Urs fes..
IND - Ajmer 305001
Ajmer has been an important religious centre for Muslims since the 13C. This Muslim enclave in the heart of a Rajput region is home to a number of mosques, their minarets creating silhouettes framed against the sky. Adhai-din ka Jhonpra mosque, built..
s/n Dargah Bazar, Ajmer IND - Ajmer 305001
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Near sadar kotwali police station IND - Ajmer 305001
Just 600 metres from the Ajmer Sharif, Hotel Vaishali offers simple accommodation in Ajmer. Located in an area with free public parking, the property is a 2-minute walk from the Akbar Fort. All rooms come with a fan and a flat-screen TV with satelli..
Bhainsa Complex, Prathvi Raj Marg IND - Ajmer 305001
Situated just 1.2 km away from the renowned Dargah Sharif, Hotel Kanak Sagar operates 24-hour front desk and offers free Wi-Fi throughout the property. The famous Shri Guru Dattatreya Shani Maharaj Mandir is barely 300 metre, while the town of Pushk..