Ajmer Sightseeing includes its fort and other monuments that are quite famous throughout the state of Rajasthan. They are examples of the magnificent architecture for which the state of Rajasthan is renowned throughout the world. Apart from that, there are a number of other places to visit in Ajmer. Some of the prime tourist attractions of Ajmer include:
At the foot of a desolate hill in the old part of the town, this is India’s most important places for Muslim Pilgrimage The Dargah is the tomb of the sufi saint Khwaja Muinin Chisti,who came to Persia in 1192 Construction of the shrine was completed by Humayun and the gate was added by the nizam of Hyderabad.Akbar used to make a Pilgrimage from Agra to Dargah once a Year
The tomb attracts hundreds of tourist every year on the anniversary of Saint’s Death
Nasiyan (Red) Temple
Also known as Red Temple is a Jain Temple. Its double storey hall contains a fascinating series of large ,gilt wooden figures from Jain Mythology which depict the jain concept of the ancient world .
Timings of Open : 0830 hrs-0430 hrs daily
Adhai-Din Ka Jhonpra
An epitome of Indo – Islamic architecture, Adhai-Din Ka Jhonpra is an old mosque. It is believed that the mosque was built in two and a-half days (Adhai-Din). This led to the name of the mosque as Adhai-Din Ka Jhonpra. The front screen wall of the mosque consists of seven pointed arches. The mosque has a striking tower inside it that is used by the Muezzin to chant prayers.
Ana Sagar Lake
It is an artificial lake created in the 12TH Century by damming the river Luni. On its bank is a pleasant park, the Dault Bagh containing a series of marble pavilion erected in 1637 by Shah Jahan
It is Named after Anaji Chauhan (grandfather of Prithvi Raj Chauhan),.