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Best Places to see in Ajmer

The ancient city Ajmer is the home of a number of wonderful constructions, monuments and many more interesting sites. There are numerous best places around the city that are to be seen and particularly the fort in Ajmer id considered to be the strongest one. The city hosts various interesting attractions that were built during the Mughal era and a few marvelous constructions with Rajput architecture.
The famous Dargah Sharif- Tomb of Sufi Saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti is one sacred place for Muslims in the region of Ajmer. People consider the shrine here next to Mecca and Madina and the place has a great significance. The whole tomb is of marble and the silver platform around making the religious destinations a remarkable place.

Forts of Ajmer are very strong and huge constructions with Indo Islamic art and architecture.  The forts like the Taragarh Fort, Adhai-Din-Ka-Jhopra are the best examples of the skillful engineering of the past rulers. Both these forts are the best places that allow one to see the intricate designs of the architectural marvels.

Turning back without seeing the precious collection at the museum in the city Ajmer will be an incomplete tour as there are impressive museums around the city. The Akbar’s Fort hosts the government museum, which displays  many excavated material, inscriptions, sculptures, paintings along with the vast collection of all other rulers is much impressive.

Another interesting place of the city Ajmer is the Mayo College and Museum, which is considered to be the largest college museum.  The vast building exhibits photographs, coins, figurines, stuffed birds and many more rich and valuable collection that are worth of seeing once in a lifetime.

Ana Sagar Lake, Nasiyan Jain Temple, Jama Al-Tamish, Hasiyan Temple, Savitri Temple are other few attractive sites of the historic Rajput city Ajmer. Travelers who love to enjoy a vacation seeing the amazing history of India can explore the city which is the center of the colorful state Rajasthan.

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