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Ajmer, formerly written Ajmere, is a district in Indian state of Rajasthan. The folklore dotted Ajmer, dating back to the seventh century, the discovery of the intrepid Prithviraj Chauhan, boasts of huge footfalls throughout the year. Surrounded by the Aravalli Mountains. Ajmer, also known as Ajaymeru. Pay your homage at the shrine of the venerated Khwaja Mu'in-ud-din Chisti who lived between 1142 and 1236 A.D. The magnificent Ana Sagar Lake, constructed in the twelfth century, is another favorite tourist haunt. Other places are Adhai Din Ka Jhonpra, Lake Foy Sagar, Mayo College etc. Pushkar - Located at a distance of 14 kilometers from Ajmer, draws tourists in hordes during the famous Pushkar Fair. The Brahma Temple is yet another tourist haunt of Pushkar. The small town of Ajmer, 78 miles west of Jaipur, played a surprisingly important role in India's history. Set at the point where the rocky Aravalli Hills end and the Thar Desert begins, this was originally the stronghold of the powerful Chauhan Dynasty of Rajputs, who built India's first ever hill fort here in the 7th century. Ajmer was founded by a Rajput chieftain Ajayapal Chauhan, who also built first hill fort in India, the Tara Garh. As the fort was supposed to be invincible, it was named Ajai Meru (the Invincible Hill). Ajmer was brought under the control of Delhi Sultanate in 1193, when Prithvi Raj Chauhan was defeated by Mohammed Ghori. It was later returned to the local chieftains albeit for a small tribute. Ajmer also played an important role in paving the way for British East India Company in India. In 1616, Jehangir met ambassador of King James, Sir Thomas Roe. That was the first meeting between any Mughal Emperor and representatives of Britain. In the 17th century, Shahjahan built marble pavilions around the Ana Sagar Lake. The Taragarh Fort was damaged badly during the war of succession between Aurangzeb and Dara Shikoh. Schindi Rulers of Gwalior took over Ajmer in the mid 18th century, to be handed over to the British 1818.


Taragarh Fort Taragarh Fort
Dargah Sharif, Ajmer Dargah Sharif
Adhai Din Ka Jhonpra Adhai Din Ka Jhonpara
Mehrangarh Fort Mehrangarh Fort


Hotel Mansingh Palace, Ajmer Hotels Mansingh Palace
Merwara Estate, Ajmer Merwara Estate
Country Inn & Suites Ajmer Country Inn & Suites

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