Ajmer Tour Packages


  • Ajmer is one of the most historical cities of Rajasthan. It was established in the 7th century by Raja Ajay Pal Chauhan and it remained with the Chauhan dynasty upto 1193 AD. Later it was captured by Mohammad of Ghor who then later lost it to the Mewars. Then it passed to the Mughals, Marathas and finally to the British. Hence having been under the rule of numerous dynasties, it has a rich cultural history as well. Today it is one of the most vibrant tourist places of Rajasthan and has numerous facilities and services to offer to the visitors. Ajmer tour packages which is a great way to explore this unique city and it includes variety of facilities and services like transport fare, hotel accommodation, arrangements for sightseeing etc.

    Tourist Paces in and around

    there are numerous tourist places to visit in Ajmer. Some of them are as follows:

    Adhai Din Ka Jhopra

    this is a very famous mosque which was designed by Abu Bakr of Herat and was believed to have completed its construction in two and a half years, hence the name Adhai Din. It is located on the outskirts of the town and is an exquisite example of early Indo Islamic Architecture. Every year a two and a half day fair is organised out here which draws a lot of tourists to this place.

    Akbar’s Palace and Museum

    It was built by Emperor Akbar in the year 1570 and is considered to be one of the mightiest citadels in the whole of south Rajasthan. It includes a double storied bastion enclosed by a chain of columns held jointly at the top by bends. This palace was transformed into a Museum in 1908 and it holds Hindu figurines that date back to 6th and 7th century AD

    Ana Sagar lake

    this is a manmade lake which was constructed by Maharaja Anaji (1135 – 1150 AD) who was the grandfather of Maharaja Prithviraj Chauhan. Next to the lake is the Daulat Bagh , which is a garden laid down by Emperor Jahangir.

    Kishangar Fort

    this is one of the most impressive structures that was built in the year 1653 by Maharaja Roop Singh, as he was highly impressed by the sight of the place. It is today a sleepy hamlet which at one point of time used to be the capital of a princely state and also home to the finest schools of miniature paintings in the 18th century.

    Pushkar

    this is one of the most sacred town for the Hindus and is situated about 11 kms from Ajmer. It has many temples, forts and lakes and is very popular for the annual fair that it hosts. It is also the only place in the world which has a temple dedicated to Brahma.

    Activities to Enjoy

    Ajmer is one place where time will never be enough to explore the place and perform all the activities. There are a host of things to do out here. From visiting the historical forts and places to shopping in the local market, camel safari and a desert tour, the annual Urs Ajmer Sharif Festival which is one of the biggest Muslim fairs in India, to visiting the nearby places like Pushkar and extending the fun, there is practically no end to the kind of fun you can have here.