Formerly titled Ajayameru, Ajmer is one of the most historic cities of Rajasthan. Pushkar, a famous pilgrimage destination, is situated near the city.Home to a number of tourist places, Ajmer can be a perfect representation of the diversity of the Indian culture and ethics, and displays a perfect blend
of religion, community, culture, etc., coexisting and flourishing in harmony.Ajmer remains a popular tourist attraction, in addition to being a pilgrimage centre for both Hindus and Muslims. The final resting place of the Sufi Saint, Khwaja Moinuddin Hasan Chisti, is visited by Muslims from all over the world; in fact, the Dargah is revered equally by both Hindus and Muslims. Pushkar is revered for the sparkling Pushkar Lake and holy Brahma Temple. Visit this pious and holy temple by simply hiring
resting place of the Sufi Saint, Khwaja Moinuddin Hasan Chisti, is visited by Muslims from all over the world; in fact, the Dargah is revered equally by both Hindus and Muslims. Pushkar is revered for the sparkling Pushkar Lake and holy Brahma Temple. Visit this pious and holy temple by simply hiring a Meru outstation cab from Ajmer. In Ajmer, spend your evenings at Anasagar Lake and the adjacent garden built by Jahangir. Visit Taragarh Fort and unravel the history of its ruins. Ajmer is a melting pot of culture. The places to see in Ajmer are proof of this, from the Dargah to the Jain Temple. This mingling of cultures has influenced the citys eating scene as well. One can enjoy traditional Rajasthani cuisine along with dishes influenced by the Mughal and British cultures. One can also find street vendors dishing out everyones favourite street food. Hire a Meru cab from Jaipur to Ajmer to relish a delicious Rajasthani thali meal. Finish your meal with Ghevar, a popular Rajasthani dessert. Amidst the heavy doses of history and religion, Ajmer is undeniably a beautiful city to explore. The Jaipur to Ajmer cab drive is a maximum of 3 hours. The Jaipur Airport to Ajmer distance is approximately 140km. Book with Meru, which also offers a one-way cab for a hassle-free experience. While on-road, the Jaipur to Ajmer distance brings to you an experience of multiple forts, palaces, temples, and the pristine Gundolav Lake. You will not realize your time flies between the Jaipur to Ajmer journey since the distance is short yet enticing
Ajmer is exotic. It offers a traveler unforgettable experience of forts, shrines, lakes and regional exclusivities. Traveling from Jaipur airport to Ajmer may be tiresome to few, but is definitely worth it. Built-in the 14th century under the aegis of King Ajaypal Chauhan, Taragarh fort is one of the oldest forts of Rajasthan. Having three entrance gateways, the structure is now in a dilapidated condition. The fort has intensive criss-cross tunnels with tunnels covering the entire hill of this fort. There are three gateways to the fort known as Lakshmi Pol, Phuta Darwaza, and Gagudi ki Phatak. Most parts of these gateways are now in ruins. During its heyday, Taragarh Fort was renowned for its tunnels crisscrossing the entire hillside. However, these tunnels are now inaccessible. The largest of its battlements is the 16th-century bastion known as the Bhim Burj, on which was once mounted a large cannon called Garbh Gunjam, or Thunder from the Womb. Riding from Jaipur to Ajmer by Meru cab to visit this fort is the best idea because it provides a panoramic overview of the city alongside architectural bliss.
Ana Sagar Lake is an artificial lake situated in the city of Ajmer in Rajasthan state in India. Anasagar Lake was built by the grandfather of Prithviraj Chauhan, Arnoraja in the 12th century AD. The lake offers a peaceful environ and boating activity for its guests. The catchments were built with the help of local populace. The lake is spread over 13 km. Come and relax in this peaceful and cool spot by booking a Meru cab in Ajmer.
Akbari Fort and Museum was home to the prince Salim, son of Emperor Akbar. It was once the house of Prince Salim, the son of the Emperor Akbar, and presently homes a collection of Mughal and Rajput armour and sculpture. The museum houses multiple artifacts, sculptures, as well as Mughal and Rajput armour. Construction of this had been commissioned by Akbar in 1570. This is the location from where Salim, as the Emperor Jahangir read out the farman permitting the British East India Company to trade with India. Book a Jaipur to Ajmer taxi with Meru and enjoy a wonderful outstation holiday experience with us!