10 Worthy Things to do in Ajmer

Travelers from all around the world, especially the backpackers on a trip to India often include Rajasthan as one of the itineraries. Are you one such avid traveler? Have you been to Ajmer when in Rajasthan? If not, it is time you plan a trip to the historic city of Ajmer and get evolved spiritually, culturally and traditionally in India. Located at a proximal distance from the capital city Jaipur, Ajmer is one of the cities you must visit in the state. To guide you better, here are the best things you can do for a satiating experience.

Go for boating in Ana Sagar Lake

Being one of the major attractions in the city, boating at Ana Sagar is something you should never miss. The spectacular artificial lake renders a satisfying experience as you gaze at the breath-taking views of the whole city. That indescribable magnetic vibe of the place will soak you in solace.   

Seek blessings of Allah at the Ajmer Sharif Dargah

The world-famous holy shrine, Ajmer Sharif Dargah, was built to honor Garib Nawaz, the soul propagator of Sufism. One of the important things to do in Ajmer Dargah is to offer the sacred ‘Phoolon ki Chaadar’ and seek good health and happiness of your friends and family. The sense of peace as you soak in the feeling of spirituality and harmony is way beyond the material world.

Unveil the history of Adhai Din ka Jhonpra

Located in the city of Ajmer, Adhai Din ka Jhonpra is a popular mosque exhibiting a perfect blend of the Indo-Islamic architecture. The engrossing calligraphic inscriptions on the exterior walls of the mosque make it one of the major attractions for tourists, national and international. There is one miraculous fact about this sacred mosque which is the story of its construction in just two days.

See the brilliance of Akbar Palace and Museum

One of the best things to see in Ajmer is the popular Akbar Palace. Constructed in 11500 AD, the grand palace is no less than a treat to explore for a traveler, mainly a history buff in love with historic monuments and buildings. Earlier a residence of the kings and his people, the palace is now turned into a Government museum exhibiting the different aspect of Mughal lifestyle through their sculptures, artifacts and paintings.

Explore the major Jain temples

Even if you are not a religious person, visiting the major Jain temples in Ajmer is an enchanting experience. Being one of the offbeat things to do in Ajmer for a young group of travelers, visiting the temples will count as a feeling of serenity. Explore the famous Soneji ki Kashiyan, a Jain temple adorned with gold and flawless carvings referring to Jain Mythology. You will awe-struck by the impeccable and splendid architecture of another popular Jain temple, Nareli Jain Temple.

Take a leisure stroll in Daulat Bagh

Situated adjacent to the peaceful Ana Sagar Lkae is Daulat Bagh, beautiful and mesmerizing. Add this to your list of things to do in Ajmer – a leisure stroll in Daulat Bagh. After boating in the lake, you can spend some peaceful time with your friends and family walking in the verdant green lawn.

Stay in the royal Jagat Palace

Undoubtedly, there are plenty of good hotels in the city of Ajmer, but to experience royalty, no other place is better than Jagat Palace for accommodation. The palace renders the tourists a marvelous view of the sand dunes along with the princely comforts away from chaos and touristy bunch out in the city.

Allure the spectacular sunset view from Lake Foy Sagar

Constructed by Mr. For, an English engineer in the year 1892, Lake Foy Sagar provides an unexceptional view of the great Aravali ranges along with the breathtaking sunset in the evening. Spend a peaceful time in the evening here are click some fantastic pictures to add to your travel diary.   

Dine at the popular Ajmer restaurants

How can we forget food when it is a discussion about the best things to do in Ajmer? Here’s some good news for the foodies – Ajmer is a haven for you! Get indulged in the lip-smacking street food in the city and explore some of the most popular restaurants to try a wide range of cuisines from Continental to Chinese, Mughal to Rajasthani and you name your favorite cuisine, it is there.

Do not forget shopping at local bazarsShopping in Ajmer is a fun experience for shopaholics. We know if you are one such traveler, resisting yourself from shopping is next to impossible and you need not do this, when in Ajmer. Shop at the famous local bazars and get some souvenirs for your friends back home.

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