Dargah Khwaja Sahib
Vacationing in Ajmer can surely give an unforgettable experience. Ajmer being the oasis is wrapped in the green hills. This place was the foundation of Raja Ajay Pal Chauhan in around seventeenth century AD. It was the major center for the Chauhan Dynasty in around 1193 AD.
Ajmer is also one of the popular pilgrimage centers for Hindus as well as Muslims. A school exclusively for the Indian nobility referred to as Mayo College is also located here. This is also the basic point to visit Pushkar which is nearly fourteen kilometers far.
Tourist places to visit in Ajmer:
Nasiyan Temple or Red Temple:
This is one of Digambar Jain Temple and comprises of two storey hall that is adjacent to the main temple. This hall comprises of gold, silver and other precious stones. This place is also referred to as Soni Ji Ki Nasiyann. It is decidated to first tirthankar Rishabdeoji. The first floor of the temple is referred to as Swarna Nagri as it showcases the gold replicas of all greta Jain Temples of India. This temple also comprises of the museum that showcases objects related to Jain beliefs as well as mythology.
Dargah Khwaja Sahib:
One of the holiest Muslim shrines of India is Dargah Khwaja Sahib located in Ajmer. A Sufi saint of Persia that is Khwaja Moin-ud-din Chisti made this as home. But then the construction of it was completed by Mughal King Humayan. The neterance gate of this Dargah is wide massive comprising of silver doors.
While spending you time is Ajmer you cannot miss visiting Pushkar which is around fourteen kilometers from Ajmer. Pushkar is the important pilgrim center for all Hindus. The meaning of Pushkar is the pond that is created through flower. It is said that it was created at the time Brahma dropped a lotus flower over the earth for denoting the yagna place which was a holy sacrifice.
Tourist places to visit in Pushkar:
It is the temple dedicated to Lord Brahma which was constructed in the furteeth century. As you enter you will find a silver turtle sitting on the floor which faces Garbha Griha. The marble floor surrounding the turtle comprises of lot of silver coins along with the names of the donors engraved on it. This is the only Brahma temple in India. It is an old belief that Lord Brahmacarried out yagna at this palcealong with the Gods and Goddesses. Also believed that lotus fell from the hands of Lord Brahma and got converted into Sarovar Lake.
Pushkar camel fair:
This is one of the largest fair in India. At the time of this fair there are thousands of people visiting it along with their camels and cattle in order to trading of live stock, horse dealing. Pushkar is basically a very small town but then at the time fo the fair it turns out cultural phenomenon as there are colorfully dressed visitors, musicians, folk dancers, sadhus, comedians and many more such people.