While talking about Ajmer, the first thing that walkouts our mind is Ajmer Dargah Sharif of Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti. However, there is a lot more to it. Pulled beautifully on the rugged Aravalli ranges, Ajmer is a lively city with unending traffic that portray a beautiful picture of Muslim architecture.
In spite of being the most sacred of all Muslim visit places of India, tourists from different culture, community, religion and race visit the city to pay their respect to the memorial. Ajmer attractions vary from pilgrim spots to lakes and from forts to museums. Again, its market place with age-old shops selling Rajasthani handicrafts and delicacies are a delight to every tourist's eye.
Before planning a trip, you must make a detailed list of places to visit in Ajmer.