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Ajmer and Jaipur 4N - Religious

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Ajmer

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Jaipur

2 nights stay

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Ajmer
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Checkin: The Royal Melange Beacon, Ajmer

 
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Visit Ajmer Sharif

A Sufi shrine that encloses the ‘maqbara’ of Garib Nawaz, the Ajmer Sharif Dargah is very popular. Constructed in the 13th century, this shrine was built for the Sufi saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti. The shrine has three gates – the main gate or the Nizam gate, the Shah Jahan gate erected by the Mughal Emperor and the Buland Darwaza.

Visit Adhai Din Ka Jhonpda

Originally constructed to work as a Sanskrit college, the Adhai Din Ka Jhonpda was later converted into a mosque by Sultan Ghori in 1198 AD. This mosque is the epitome of Indo-Islamic architecture and was further beautified by Sultan IItutmish in 1213 AD.

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Jaipur
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Checkin: Laxmi Palace, Jaipur

 
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Visit Abhaneri

Famous for Chand Boari stepwell and Harsha Mata temple, Abhaneri is one of the most popular tourist destinations of Rajasthan. The town is some 45 km away from the pink city. The Harsha Mata Temple is dedicated to Goddess Harshat Mata, known as the goddess of joy, and the temple was built in the 10th century.

Visit Albert Hall Museum

Located in Ram Nivas Garden, this fantastic architectural beauty is designed in Indo-Saracenic style. Today, the museum is home to a diverse range of woodcrafts, stones and metal sculptures, metal objects, carpets, natural stones, arms and weapons and goods made out of ivory.

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Ajmer,India

The Royal Melange Beacon

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Deluxe Room

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Jaipur,India

Laxmi Palace

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Ajmer - Jaipur

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Things to do in

Ajmer


Visit Ajmer Sharif

A Sufi shrine that encloses the ‘maqbara’ of Garib Nawaz, the Ajmer Sharif Dargah is very popular. Constructed in the 13th century, this shrine was built for the Sufi saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti. The shrine has three gates – the main gate or the Nizam gate, the Shah Jahan gate erected by the Mughal Emperor and the Buland Darwaza.

Visit Adhai Din Ka Jhonpda

Originally constructed to work as a Sanskrit college, the Adhai Din Ka Jhonpda was later converted into a mosque by Sultan Ghori in 1198 AD. This mosque is the epitome of Indo-Islamic architecture and was further beautified by Sultan IItutmish in 1213 AD.

Visit Mayo College

One of India’s oldest independent boarding schools, the Mayo College, was founded in 1875. It is named after Richard Bourke, the 6th Earl of Mayo. The college was set up to provide India’s princely states with an education similar to that provided by the Eton College in Britain.

Visit Anasagar Lake

Commissioned and built by Amoraj Chauhan, son of Ajaypal Chauhan, between 1135 and 1150 AD, the Anasagar Lake is a pictorial artificial lake. Amoraj was also known as Anaji, which gives the lake its name. Years later, Mughal Emperor Jahangir added his touch to the lake by constructing the Daulat Bagh Gardens near the lake.

Visit Soniji Ki Nasiyan

Also known as the Ajmer Jain Temple, Soniji Ki Nasiyan is a perfect example of baroque architecture. The temple is dedicated to Risabh or Adinath. Built in the 19th century, it is one of the wealthiest temples in India. The temple’s main entrance is made of red stones, and the marble staircase inside is engraved with images of the holy Trithankars–pre-eminent teachers of the Jain faith who taught righteousness.

Visit Lake Foy Sagar

An artificial lake that looks flat, Lake Foy Sagar was built by an English engineer, Mr Foy, in 1892 AD. Interestingly, the work of Mr Foy was taken up to provide famine relief through wage employment to locals.

Visit Nareli Jain Temple

Also known as the Shri Gyandoaya Tirth Kshetra, the Nareli Jain Temple is situated on the outskirts of Ajmer on the national highway to Jaipur. This modern structure is admired for being an ideal blend of traditional and contemporary architectural styles. It consists of 24-minute temples in its vicinity.

Visit Sai Baba Temple

Expanded over an area of over two acres at Ajay Nagar, the Sai Baba Temple in Ajmer was built by Suresh K Lal, a resident of the Garib Nawaz City in 1999. It’s one of the most recent creations of architecture and is prevalent among all Sai Baba devotees. The temple is built with the purest form of marble that holds the unparalleled quality of a translucent stone, allowing light to pass through it. Every Sai Baba disciple should visit this temple once in their lifetime.

Visit Ajmer Government Museum

The Ajmer Government Museum is one of the major tourist stops in Ajmer. The museum is housed within the impressive walled palace of the legendary Mughal Emperor Akbar, which was built in 1570. The museum is also known as Bharatpur Museum and have a rich collection of archaeological artefacts.

Visit Gateway Of Taragarh Fort

Gateway of Taragarh Fort is the eye-catching main gate of Taragarh Fort, which is instituted on a pinnacle of a hill. The main gateway of the Taragarh, which includes two colossal bastions on both sides with solid guard rooms and has sculptures of elephants adorning it.

Visit Kishangarh Fort

An astonishingly beautiful fort situated in Kishangarh, Rajasthan, the Kishangarh Fort is a marvel of ancient civil engineering. Visitors will see jails, granaries, armouries, and much other significant building constructed inside it while visiting the fort. The Durbar Hall is its largest structure, where the kings carried out their official meetings daily. However, the Phool Mahal remains the most attractive place inside the fort.

Visit Pragya Shikhar Todgarh

Constructed by the Jain community in 2005, the Pragya Shikhar was built in memory of Jain Acharya Tulsi. The Pragya Shikhar is a temple entirely made out of black granite.

Visit Victoria Clock Tower

Ajmer is a city that has seen paramount influence from the British in its past. The British left their inheritance in many forms in Ajmer, some of which are in educational institutes and architectural structures in the city. While a few of these constructions are positioned right in the heart of Ajmer, one that instantly catches the eye of the visitor is the Victoria Jubilee Clock Tower.

Visit Prithvi Raj Smarak

A memorial made in honour of the brave Rajput chief, Prithvi Raj Chauhan III, this samark is regarded as the embodiment of loyalty and courage. Prithvi Raj Chauhan III was the last ruler of the Chauhan lineage and was crowned to rule over the twin capitals of Ajmer and Delhi in 12 th century. The smarak displays the statue of Prithvi Raj III seated on his horse, made in black stone.

Visit Anasagar Baradari

The white marble buildings present on the southeastern bank of the magnificent Ana Sagar Lake in Ajmer are named Anasagar Baradari. It is a Mughal structure that’s encased around water bodies in a garden-like setting. These pavilions possess a rich history

Visit Shahid Smarak

Paying respect to the omnipotent and brave has been a tradition that’s carved into the very soul of Rajasthan. Walking around the city of Ajmer, you are liable to come around structures and memorials, which offer tribute to great warriors and martyrs born in the princely state. One such design established in commemoration of the sacrifices of brave souls is the Shahid Smarak, which is located right in front of the railway station.


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Things to do in

Jaipur


Visit Abhaneri

Famous for Chand Boari stepwell and Harsha Mata temple, Abhaneri is one of the most popular tourist destinations of Rajasthan. The town is some 45 km away from the pink city. The Harsha Mata Temple is dedicated to Goddess Harshat Mata, known as the goddess of joy, and the temple was built in the 10th century.

Visit Albert Hall Museum

Located in Ram Nivas Garden, this fantastic architectural beauty is designed in Indo-Saracenic style. Today, the museum is home to a diverse range of woodcrafts, stones and metal sculptures, metal objects, carpets, natural stones, arms and weapons and goods made out of ivory.

Visit Amber Fort

This UNESCO World Heritage Site is located just 11 km away from Jaipur. Commonly known as Amer Fort, the Amber fort is truly the epitome of architectural marvel, sitting atop a hill and rising like a sentinel guarding the city. The fort was commissioned in the year 1592 by Maharaja Man Singh I and is a fine blend of Rajput and Mughal architectural style.

Visit Persian Research Institute

Full name, the Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Arabic Persian Institue, is located in Tonk city’s heart. The institute is situated amid two historical hills, Rasiya and Annapoorna. In this place’s display hall, some important manuscripts have been stored with seal impressions of Kings.

Visit Bhangarh Fort

You must have come across this name at some point in your life. With the magnificence of the Aravalli hills behind it, Bhangarh Fort is situated between Jaipur and Alwar. Apart from its rich architectural heritage and picturesque surroundings, this place has quite some famous legends that attract visitors worldwide.

Visit Central Park

Lying in the heart of the city, Central Park is one of the best retreats to while away a fantastic day or have a picnic. Its serene surrounding invited various migratory birds and native birds, making a perfect place for birdwatchers.

Visit Chand Baori

A stepwell located in the Abhaneri village, just some 90 km from the city. Chand Baori is one of the most photographed and oldest ancient monuments in Rajasthan. Fun fact: Chand Baori was built by the King Chanda of the Nikumbha dynasty in the 9th century, and it is one of the world’s largest stepwell.

Visit City Palace

If you want to visit a spectacular example Rajputana style and Mughal leisurely, then look no far than the very heart of the old Jaipur. City Palace was built by the founder of the Jaipur, Maharaja Jai Singh II. It was created as a luxury palace for the royal family living quarters, some of whom still reside in a private wing. Fun fact: The Maharani’s Palace showcases one of India’s most extensive collection of weaponry.

Visit Gaitore

In the backdrop of yellow sandstone hills, Gaitore is the place where former kings of Jaipur are entombed.

Visit Govind Devji Temple

Dedicated to Lord Krishna and Radha, this temple is situated in the City Palace complex. Fun Fact: Legend has it that Govind Dev Ji appeared in Raja Sawal Jai Singh’s dreams and asked him to bring his idol from Vrindavan to Jaipur and the King did as per the wish of god.

Visit Hawa Mahal

The most iconic building of the city, the pink Hawa Mahal, stands royally in the lively Johari Bazar. Hawa Mahal means the palace of wind, and it was built in 1799 by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh. It was primarily constructed as a summer retreat for the royal household.

Visit Jaigarh Fort

Constructed by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, the Jaigarh Fort is renowned for housing Jaiban, the world’s most giant cannon. This fort is located about 15 km from the central city. Fun Fact: This fort was built to protect Amber Fort from enemy invasion.

Visit Jaipur Wax Museum

If you visit the majestic Nahargarh Fort, then a visit to the fantastic Jaipur Wax Museum is necessary.

Visit Jal Mahal

An ethereal beauty stands still in the floating water, keeping the essence of history safe within its walls. Jal Mahal is one of the majestic sights of Rajasthan. It is standing right at the centre of Man Sagar Lake. Fun fact: This pink sandstone palace is a five-storey building, and about four storeys stay immersed when the lake is entire.

Visit Jawahar Circle

Welcome to Asia’s largest circular park. The Jawahar Circle is a paradise made of greenery and nature.

Visit Jawahar Kala Kendra

Constructed in 1993, Jawahar Kala Kendra is the cultural hub of the pink city. The sole purpose of this complex was to preserve the rich arts and crafts of Rajasthan.

Visit Jhunjhunu

One of the oldest towns in Rajasthan, Jhunjhunu, lies at a distance of around 186 km from Jaipur. The main attraction of this town is the prominent vacant Havelis with detailed fresco.

Visit Kanak Vrindavan

On the way to Amber Fort, situated at the shores of Nahargarh, is this landscaped garden. Photography, sightseeing, carved temples, marble columns, or simply want to relax, then a visit to Kanak Vrindavan is necessary.

Visit Mandawa Fort

Founded by the Rajputs in the 18th century, Mandawa was once an important city in Rajasthan. Mandawa Fort, however, remains the main attraction here. This fort is located 168 km from Jaipur.

Visit Moti Doongri

This pace’s literal meaning is pearl hill, owing to the hill’s striking similarity to a pearl. Visitors come here to pay homage to the famous Ganesh temple. Fun fact: Many believe that the king of Mewar was once returning from a journey carrying the statue of Ganesha with him. He had taken an oath that wherever his bullock will stop, he would make a temple of Lord Ganesh there. Thus, the temple came to be built at Moti Doongri.

Visit Nahargarh Fort

A fortress builds to ward off the enemy invasion. The majestic Nahargarh Fort marks the northern end of Jaipur. Offering a breathtaking view of the city, the fort looks almost magical during the night time. Fun fact: There is an exciting story saying that the fort was named after a dead prince Nahar Singh, whose restless spirit demanded that the structure be named after him.

Visit Preksha International Jain Vishwa Bharti

This is a non-profit spiritual, educational, charitable and humanitarian organisation. The sole purpose of Preksha International is to serve society by strengthening every individual.

Visit Rajasthan Small Scale Cottage Industries

On the way to the marvellous Amer Fort lies the showroom of Rajasthan Small Scale Cottage Industries. This is a three-storeyed building that houses some of the most beautiful and traditional handicrafts of the desert state.

Visit Rajmandir Cinema

One of the best location in the city of Jaipur to watch a movie is the Rajmandir Cinema. If you want to enjoy the dose of entertainment in a royal way, this is undoubtedly a place to visit.

Visit Ramgarh Lake

At a distance of around 35 km from the central city, Ramgarh is famous for its artificial lake. This is also the best place for bird watchers as they can sight various migratory birds here.

Visit Ranthambore Fort

Inside the hills of Ranthambore National Park stand a mighty fort. After several sieges, the Ranthambore Fort still stands as majestically as in the past. In the 12th century, the fort was captured by Prithviraj Chauhan and was finally occupied by Alauddin Khalji.

Visit Ranthambore National Park

Once the private game reserve of the royal family of Jaipur, today the Ranthambore National park is famous for its diverse topography. It is also a tiger reserve.

Visit Sambhar Lake

Just 70km away from Jaipur, there is a large inland saltwater lake. Due to its stunning white landscape, it is a haven for all birdwatchers. Fun fact: The mention of this lake is in the Mahabharta. The story says that the lake was part of the kingdom of a devil lord called Brishparva.

Visit Samode Palace

Just 40km away from the pink city stands a 500 years old Samode palace. It is a true beauty of Rajput haveli architecture.

Visit Sisodia Rani Palace and Garden

Located 8 km from Jaipur, the Sisodia Rani Palace and Garden was constructed in 1728. Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II built it for his queen Sisodia, a princess of Udaipur.

Visit Sunehri Kothi

Known as the Golden mansion of Tonk, Sunehri Kothi is one of the most ethereal beauties of Rajasthan. It is known as the Sheesh Mahal and attracts a large amount of tourist every year.

Visit Tripoliya Gate

No one can miss this massive arched marvel of both Rajput and Mughal architectural style. Just located at the entrance of the old pink city of Jaipur. The Tripoliya gate was built in the year 1734 and since preserved by the royal family.