Places To Visit In Ajmer In 1 Day: The Holy Town of Rajasthan!

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Gopika VC

Ajmer is a city with a unique mix of people from different cultures. It is one of the oldest cities in the state of Rajasthan and has the fifth most people.

Akbar and his troops stayed in Ajmer when they went to the Ajmer Sharif Dargah. The palace was built in 1570 AD.

Akbar’s Palace & Museum

This is the tomb of Sufi saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti, also known as Garib Nawaz, where people of all faiths, not only Muslims, pray for answers.

Dargah Shariff

Qutub-ud-Din-Aibak, the first Sultan of Delhi, built Adhai Din ka Jhopara in 1199. This Indo-Islamic structure was completed in 2.5 days, hence its name.

Adhai-Din Ka Jhonpra

Prithviraj Chauhan's grandfather built Anasagar Lake. It's over 13 The British-built circuit house is one of Anasagar Lake's main attractions.

Ana Sagar Lake

Bundi's Taragarh Fort was completed in 1354. Rao Deva founded Bundi. Taragarh Fort Gateway is the fort's majestic main gate.

Gateways of Taragarh Fort

The Nasiyan Temple, which is also called Lal Mandir, is a well-known place of worship in Ajmer. It is a dedicated to the first Jain Tirthankara, Lord Adinath.

Nasiyan Jain Temple

Mr. Foy built Foy Sagar Lake in 1892 as a famine relief effort. On Foy Sagar Garden Road in Ajmer is Lake Foy Sagar.

Foy Sagar Lake

Sai Baba Temple is one of the best places to visit in Ajmer for a spiritual retreat. This temple in Ajmer, built by a citizen in 1999, is magnificent and excellent.

Sai Baba Temple

This marble temple's unique architecture blends traditional and modern elements. The angular temple is a pilgrimage location for Digambar Jains.

Nareli Jain Temple

This college is recognised for its stunning architecture and is home to the Danmal Mathur Museum. Mayo College is open 7 a.m.-7 p.m.

Mayo College

Buland Darwaza is Mughal architecture's highest gateway. It shows Akbar's technological sophistication.

Buland Darwaza

Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan constructed Baradari, white marble pavilions on the lake's eastern side, in 1637 to enhance its attractiveness.