Ajmer gets its name from the city’s ‘Ajay Meru’. Broadly translated, this means ‘invincible hills’. Ajmer settled in the south of Jaipur, was founded by Raja Ajaypal Chauhan in 7th century AD. By 12th century AD, Ajmer was the epicenter of the Chauhan dynasty.

After the defeat of Ajmer Prithviraj Chauhan, Mohammad Ghori became the house for many dynasties, in 1193 AD. Especially in the Mughals, due to its presence as the holy Ajmer Sharif Dargah of its favorite destination, there was a lot of people coming here, later it became known as Ajmer Sharif Dargah.

One of the earliest meetings between Mughal King Jahangir and the court of Ambassador Queen Elizabeth, Sir Thomas Row, was here in 1616. A few centuries later, in the British city of Ajmer, Rajputana was handed over directly to the area to be controlled by the East India Company. Ajmer is now known to be an educational and cultural center.

Ajmer Famous Dargah Sharif, also known as Kabir Garib Nawaz, Moinuddin Chishti, Chishti of Sufi. Mayo College in Ajmer was one stepping stone for the British style of education, known for one of the first schools in the country. This is also a holy city for Hindus and Muslims alike and is famous for being a center of history and culture and beauty.

Know more some tourist places in Ajmer city Rajasthan In India

Ajmer sharif Nawaz Dargah

Ajmer Sharif Dargah

This is a Sufi Shrine that embodies ‘Makbara’ (grave) Garib Nawaz, Sufi saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti. These mausoleums built in the 13th century which are popular among the people of all religions and their prayers to pray here. The Tomb is three Gates-main gate or Shahjahan Gate built by Nizam Gate, Mughal Emperor, and Buland Darwaza.

Another great attraction is here in this holy mausoleum that the food here is very sacred and luxurious food, after which it wants to eat all this food and it is also done in the right way to serve all the devotees. Nobody has any kind of problem.

Adhai Din ka Chopra

Adhai din Ka Jhonpara

A half-day hut was originally designed to function as a Sanskrit college but later converted to a mosque in 1198 AD by Sultan Ghori. An influential mixture of Indo-Islamic architecture, structure, was further done by Sultan Iltutmish in 1213 AD. The story is that the mosque is known for two and a half days as a hut (literally, two and a half-day hut) and half day fair is held here during the Urs in the 18th century.

Aana Sagar Lake

Ana Sagar Lake Ajmer

Anasagar Lake Established between 1135 and 1150 AD, a beautiful artificial lake, created by the son of Ajaypal Chauhan, is the lake of Anasagar. Arnoraj was also known as Anaji, which gives its name to the lake. Several years later, the Mughal emperor Jehangir added to his touch lake laying out near the Daulat Bagh Garden lake. Emperor Shah Jahan is also known as between five Pavilions, Bardari, Garden, and Lake, and Emperor Shah Jahan contributed to the expansion of the construction.

Soni Ji ki Nasia

Soni ji ki Nasia Ajmer

The Ajmer Jain temple is also known as the Basis of Sanjeev, a wonderful example of ornate architecture, and is dedicated to Rishabh or Adinath. Its entrance is made of red stone and inside the marble, the ladder is sacred to the sacred Tirthankars-Jain religion is engraved with the images of the omniscient teachers who taught religion. Built in the 19th century, this temple is counted among the richest temples in India.

Whenever someone comes here, many golds are offered, then a rupee gets mentioned in the book of this famous architectural miracle Kurt Titze, because of this, it is counted among the richest temples in India.

Lake Foy Sagar

A beautiful artificial lake, Lake Fay Sea was built by an English engineer, Mr. Foy in 1892 AD. This work was taken to provide famine relief for the local people through wages employment. Foy Sagar Lake offers a beautiful view of Aravali.

Naraeli Jain Temple

Narareli Jain temple Ajmer is in Ajmer, this temple is also known as Shri GyanDayya Teerth It is located on the National Highway on Jaipur on the outskirts of Ajmer. This modern building is celebrated to be a perfect mix of traditional and contemporary architectural styles. This is known in the district of 24 small temples in its vicinity, they represent Jain Tirthankaras. Narail Jain Temple is an important issue of pilgrimage to Digambar Jainas.