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Ajmer Pushkar Same Day Tour

Destination:-  Ajmer and Pushkar

Duration:- 8 to 10 hours

Charges:-

Type of car

Charges (INR)

AC – Sedan

3,150

AC- Innova

4,200

 

*Exclusion

The Parking and Taxes will be additional

Tour Description:-

Bhati Tours representative will acquire you from the hotel in the morning at 8:00 A.M. Drive to visit the Dargah Sharif followed by visit to Anasagar Lake, Akbar’s Palace and Museum along with Adhai Din Ka Jhonpra in Ajmer. Then we will drive to Pushkar which is 15 kms from Ajmer. Pushkar is a Hindu pilgrimage site which is believed to be settled by Hindu Lord Brahma. In Pushkar visit the Pushkar Lake and Jagatpita Brahma Temple. The Ajmer Pushkar Tour ends with this and you will be transferred back to your hotel.

Ajmer Pushkar Same Day Tour
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Dargah Sharif-

Dargah Sharif-

This is an Islamic mortmain of Saint Moinuddin Chishti, he is also known as Garib Nawaz meaning benefactor of the poor. Many people, no matter what religion they belong to have deep faith in this pilgrimage site. This historic site was visited by Mughal Emperor Akbar along with his queens. The complex has several buildings of white marble with the main domed structure and the entrance gate which was gifted by Nizam of Hyderabad. Around 1.5 million devotees visit Dargah Sharif every year.

Adhai Din Ka Jhonpra-

Adhai Din Ka Jhonpra-

The oldest building in Ajmer, the Adhai Din Ka Jhonpra is a mosque which was built by Qutub-ud-Din Aibak on the orders of Mohammad Ghori. The tale has that it was built in a period of two and a half days or 60 hours and hence has been named so. The structure is now taken care of by ASI and is known for the beautiful inscriptions of verses of Quran on the arches, arcades and pillars along with carved out windows.

Anasagar Lake-

Anasagar Lake-

It is an artificial lake that was constructed after damming the waters of Luni River, the lake was built in 12th century by Arnoraja. The lake also has a small island in the middle which is accessible by boat. The marble steps on banks of the lake were built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan; there are two gardens on both sides of the lake, the Subhash Bagh and Daulat Bagh. Daulat Bagh offers panoramic views of the city of Ajmer.

Akbar’s Palace and Museum-

Akbar’s Palace and Museum-

Once the palace of great Mughal Emperor Akbar, the Akbar’s Palace is a historical monument in Ajmer that was built by Akbar in 1570. The compound of the palace has been converted into a museum which has collections of ancient sculptures, rock inscriptions, miniature paintings, etc which are as old as the Gupta Period. Visit peaceful Akbar’s Palace and Museum to get insights about history of Mughals in India.

Pushkar Lake-

Pushkar Lake-

Spread in an area of 8.5 square miles, the Pushkar Lake has 52 banks used for bathing by the Hindu pilgrims. The sacred Pushkar Lake emerged as a result of falling of Lord Brahma’s Lotus petals and hence got its name. The sacred Lake Pushkar is visited by many devotees who take sacred dip in the waters of the lake and also visit the famous Lord Brahma Temple in Pushkar.

Jagatpita Brahma Temple-

Jagatpita Brahma Temple-

Situated close to the lake in Pushkar, this temple is one of the rarest temples of Lord Brahma. The present structure of the Jagatpita Brahma Temple was built in the 14th century but it is said that the original temple stood there as old as 2000 years ago. The Jagatpita Brahma Temple is built in the traditional Hindu architecture with sanctorum and spire. The distinctive feature of the temple is the red colored spire and old coin inlays on the walls.

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