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Jaisalmer to Ajmer Tour

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Jaisalmer to Ajmer Tour

Jaisalmer to Ajmer Tour

Ajmer is situated at the center of the state of Rajasthan; it is located at a distance of about 480 km and is a journey of about 8 hours from the Golden City to reach the city of Ajmer. If you feel like visiting the city of Ajmer then you can avail the service of Car rental in Jaisalmer service for Jaisalmer to Ajmer Taxi provided by Get Cab India, the expert in providing you with the best cab rides at an affordable rate. Considered to be one of the oldest cities of India, the city of Ajmer is known for its prominent Ajmer Sharif shrine. Until 12th Century CE, the city served as the capital of Chahamana. The city is believed to have come into existence as “Invincible Hills” by a Shakambhari ruler.
Aravalli Mountains are present in the surrounding areas of the city. And the city is located at the lower slope of the Taragarh hill of Aravalli range. The holy city of Pushkar which is known for its prominent temple is located at a nearby distance of 11 km from the city.

History of Ajmer

Ajayameru was the original name of the ancient city of Ajmer. In the ancient texts of Prithviraj Vijaya, there is a mention of the establishment of the city of Ajmer by the 12th Century kind Ajayaraja II. The notes of the famous historian Dasharatha Sharma suggest that the name of the city is mentioned as earlier as in the texts of Palha’sPattavali, which was copied at Dhara before 1113 CE. This fact corroborates to the fact of the existence of the city since 1113 CE. A prashasti which can be found at Adhai Din Ka Jhonpra suggests that Ajayaraja II residence was moved to the city of Ajmer.
Whereas, according to the texts of Prabandha-Kosha the Taragarh fort of Ajmer was commissioned by a kind of 8th-century name Ajayraja I. Several inscriptions and carvings have been found at Ajmer dating back to the 8th century which proves the authenticity of this claim. Various theories by famous historian R.B. Singh have come forward which suggests that it was the expansion which was done by Ajayaraja II by constructing several palaces and moving the Chahamana Capital from erstwhile Shakambhari to Ajmer. Prominent personalities like Darah Shako, a Mughal prince of the 17th century was born here and Jahanara Begum, a powerful Mughal Princess was also born in the city.
The city was the headquarter of Ajmer-Merwara province in the ancient times and comprised of a Central Jail, a large General Hospital, and two smaller hospitals as per the records of Gazetteer of 1908, it served as the headquarters of Railway Volunteer Corps and a native regiment. Several mission establishments are located in the city since the 1900s which includes the Church of England, United Free Church of Scotland, the Roman Catholics and the American Episcopal Methodists. In the past times, there were a total of twelve printing press established in the city which published eight weekly newspapers. At the time when Indian became independent, the city of Ajmer continued to be a separate state having its legislature until it was finally merged with the province of Rajputana which was then called Rajasthan. The building which is now considered as the campus of TT College was the legislative building of the state in the older days. There was a total of 30 MLAs among which HaribhauUpadhaya was appointed as the first Chief Minister of the erstwhile state and the first speaker of Vidhan Sabha of the state was Bhagirath Chaudhary. It was in the year 1956 when the proposal of merging Ajmer into Rajasthan was accepted by Fazil Ali thus resulting in the formation of the Ajmer District by adding the Kishangarh sub-division of Jaipur district into it.

When you should visit Ajmer?

The best time to visit the city of Ajmer is during the months of winter that is between November to February because the temperature is moderate and mild with little or no humidity during these days varying between 15 to 18 degrees Celsius. If one feels like exploring the rich culture and heritage of Rajasthan then these are the best months. The city receives rainfall of about 55 cm every year. And for visiting this place one can avail Jaisalmer to Ajmer Taxi from Get cab India for an amazing trip at a reasonable price.

How to visit Ajmer from Jaisalmer?

If you are planning to go to the city of Ajmer through road and not other modes of travel such as buses or trains. Then, Jaisalmer to Ajmer Taxi service is the best option available which are known for their best in class service. So, feel like visiting the religious shrine of Ajmer Sharif by taxi then the Car Rental in Jaisalmer services provided by Get Cab India can be availed.

Major Places to Visit in Ajmer

  • Ajmer Sharif Dargah

    Ajmer Sharif Dargah is considered to be one of the holiest places of worship among Muslims. Devotees from various religions pay their visit to this holy shrine where the tomb of Moinuddin Chishti is situated. This holy place is known for its tremendous contribution towards the widespread dispensing of ethical and spiritual values of Islam among the common folks. This religious place is considered to be one of the most prominent and important pilgrimage sites in the state of Rajasthan. This place is dedicated to KhwajaMoin-ud-din Chisti who was a great Sufi Saint of his times and devoted all his life towards the welfare of the poor and backward class people of the society. The shrine is considered to be a sacred place among the people of all the religions and is regularly visited by millions of people throughout the year. The architecture of the structure comprises of rich Mughal designs as it was built by them. The major constituents of Dargah include structures like Nizam Gate, Aulia Masjid, Jama Masjid, Mehfilkhana. After knowing about Ajmer Sharif Dargah you must be feeling like visiting this place, so Get cab India is here to help you out you cab take Jaisalmer to Ajmer Taxi service from Car rental in Jaisalmer for your hassle-free trip.

    • Location: Ajmer, Rajasthan, India.
    • Timings: Winters- 5:00 am to 9:00 pm
    • Summers- 4:00 am to 10:00 pm
  • Ana Sagar Lake

    Ana Sagar Lake is a beautiful artificial lake which is located in the city of Ajmer in the state of Rajasthan. The lake is known for its soul-soothing and peaceful sunsets and is a major place of tourist attraction in the city. The lake dries up every year when the temperature becomes extremely hot. One can also have a tremendous view of this magnificent lake from the nearby temple which leaves one enchanted. It is a popular place to be visited while exploring the beauty of Ajmer and is a must-visit with one’s family and friends. This lake is considered to be one of the largest lakes in India. The lush green Daulat Bagh Gardens surrounds the lake which is also a popular place to visit. The lake is located at a distance of about 12 km from the heart of the city of Ajmer. Various activities like boating and water scooter rides are present for a memorable experience of the visitors. If you want to visit this beautiful lake in Ajmer from Jaisalmer then you should book a Jaisalmer to Ajmer taxi service from Get Cab India 

    • Location: Ajmer, Rajasthan, India.
    • Timings: 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM
    • Entry Fee: No entry fee.
  • Adhai Din ka Jhopra

    Adhai Din ka Jhopra is a Masjid which was built by the First Sultan of Delhi popularly known as Qutub-ud-Din-Aibak in the year 1199 AD. It is believed that this ancient site having Indo-Islamic Architectural style was built within two and a half days which is the reason for its unique name. Adhai Din ka Jhopra was built with help of remains of Hindu and Jain temples from which an old mosque was constructed of which the present structure is a relic. An astonishing fact of this holy place is that the area of the mosque is still in use as a place of worship whereas the other parts of the ancient temple are presently in ruins. This architecturally unique structure comprises of a ruined minaret, arched screens and intricate distinct pillars which makes this place a must-visit among the tourists.

    • Location: Ajmer, Rajasthan, India
    • Timings: 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
    • Entry Fee: No entry fees.
  • Akbar’s Palace and Museum

    Akbar’s palace is a magnificent structure which was built in 1500 AD in the city of Ajmer where he and his troops stayed. This beautiful palace is located in the heart of the city and is an important and prominent place of tourist attraction.
    There are many ages-old military weapons, delicate and intricate scriptures which are the insignia of the museum. Various facets of the life of Rajput and Mughal during the older times have been showcased in this lively museum. The palace is home to a huge marble statue black in color which showcases the Goddess Kali.

    • Location: Ajmer, Rajasthan, India
    • Timings: All days of the week except Monday; 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
    • Entry Fees: INR 10 per person for Indians, INR 50 per person for foreign tourists.
  • Nareli Jain Temple

    Nareli Jain is situated at a distance of around 7 km from the main city of Ajmer. This beautiful temple is made of marble and is a popular place of tourist attraction for its angular and fascinating designs. This place is a must-visit for all the people who like spending their quality time in a peaceful and silent environment. There is a combination of both contemporary and traditional designs in the architectural style of the temple structure. In addition to the main temple complex, there are a total of 24 miniature temples known as Chaubisi which are lined up at a hill above the main temple.

    • Location: Ajmer, Rajasthan, India
    • Timings: 6:30 AM to 7:00 PM
  • Clock Tower

    Clock Tower is a prominent place of tourist attraction in the city of Ajmer and is considered to be a royal structure belonging to the ancient Rajput reign. This tower which is located at Church Road, Alwar is known for its breath-taking view which one can experience the nearby locality. These clock towers are a distinct type of building which comprises of a turret clock and the upper exterior walls of the tower have one or more faces of the clock.

    • Location: Church Road, Ajmer, Rajasthan, India.
    • Timings: Open 24 Hours.
  • Daulat Bagh Gardens

    Daulat Bagh Gardens is an enlightening and charming place which is located at the banks of the beautiful Ana Sagar Lake. These gardens and known for their lush green environment and peaceful surroundings. A delightful background by the name of Shimla was erected by Maharaja Mangal Singh in the garden area.
    These gardens are one of the prominent places of tourist attractions and are a must-visit while paying a visit to Ana Sagar Lake. The premises of the gardens comprise of marvelous pavilions made of marble which is a major site of attraction for the visitors. While the blooming flowers and tall trees keep these gardens lively and provide one with fresh air and cool breeze. This place is the best location to relax from the day to day hectic life and have some fun time with family and friends. For visiting this charming place you must be planning to book a cab so here Get Cab India is providing you with Jaisalmer to Ajmer Taxi service at a reasonable price.

    • Location: Near Ana Sagar Lake, Ajmer, Rajasthan, India
    • Timings: 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
    • Entry Fee: No Entry Fees
  • Kishangarh City

    Kishangarh is a place which is located at a distance of around 30 km from the city of Ajmer. Considered as the marble city of India. This place is a must-visit by anyone who is planning a visit to Ajmer. The city is known for its unique art and culture and is a prominent place of tourist attraction in the state of Rajasthan. Kishangarh Fort is an ancient fort which is known for its intricate architectural design and structure and Bani Thani style of painting.
    There is a temple of nine planets located at this place which is considered to be the only temple of this type to be situated in the whole world. Some of the major places of tourist attraction located in this city are Kishangarh Fort, Phool Mahal Palace and not to miss the beautiful Gondulav Lake.

    • Location: Around 30 km from the city of Ajmer.
  • Soni Ji ki Nasiyan

    Soni Ji ki Nasiyan is a temple which is devoted to the community of Jain’s and is dedicated to the First Tirthankara of Jains. This place is widely known as the Red Temple among the visitors.
    One of the most important and prominent attractions of the temple is its main chamber which is known as Swarna Nagari, the “City of Gold”. The Swarna Nagari comprises of several gold-plated wooden figures which depict various figures of Jain religion. The temple is widely known for its unique architectural design and intricate artwork. It is a wonderful sculpture of the Universe thus attracting a large number of visitors from all over the country throughout the year.

    • Location: Ajmer, Rajasthan, India
    • Timings: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
    • Entry Fee: INR 10 per person for Indians and INR 25 person for foreign visitors
  • Taragarh Fort

    Taragarh Fort is considered to be one of the oldest and magnificent structures in the city of Ajmer. It was constructed in the year 1354 when the state of Bundi was founder by Rao Deva. This fort is prominently known as “Star Fort” among the visitors. It is a major place of tourist attraction because it offers a breath-taking view of the beautiful Aravalli ranges. Even though most of the astonishing and fascinating structure of the building is now in ruins but still there exists unique architectural design which makes this fort one in a kind reflecting the grandeur and style of Rajput.
    There are several tunnels, battlements, ramparts along with the three gateways which mark the entrance of the majestic structure. The famous Grand Canyon known as “Garbha Gunjan” in the fort is quite famous among the tourists. The Rani Mahal which was built for the residence of wives and concubines of great rules is also situated in the vicinity of fort area and is a prominent place of tourist attraction. One can experience a wonderful view of the fort at the time of sunset. To get a deep insight into the cultural heritage and artistic history of the state of Rajasthan a visit to this fort is a must.

    • Location: Bundi, Rajasthan, India
    • Timings: Summers- 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM
    • Winters- 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
    • Entry Fee: Indians- INR 25 and Foreigners- INR 100
  • Akbari Masjid

    Akbari Masjid is located in between the Shahjahani Gate and BulandDarwaza in the Indian city of Ajmer in the state of Rajasthan. This religious place is made of red sandstone’s and the structure of the shrine is embraced and decorated with marbles of green and white color. The four tall minarets at the entrance of the mosque symbolize the significance and religious importance of the place and add to its beauty. With a view of providing Islamic education to various children, a Quranic Educational Institution has been established in the mosque. This shrine is a must-visit while exploring the streets of the city of Ajmer.

    • Location: Ander Kote Road, Ajmer, Rajasthan, India
    • Timings: Open 24 hours
    • Entry Fee: No entry fees.
  • Abdullah Khan’s Tomb

    Abdullah Khan Tomb is a magnificent memoir which was built by the two sons of Abdullah Kahn. This place has historical significance attached to it and is a prominent place of attraction amongst the tourists. The place is simple in structure and design and the tomb is quite elegant.
    The tomb is made of white marble and is rectangular. It is designed with bent arches and four ornamental towers. The tomb of Abdullah Khan’s wife is also placed opposite to the tomb of Abdullah Khan.

    • Location: Ajmer, Rajasthan, India
    • Timings:  9:00 am to 6:00 pm
    • Entry Fee: Free
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