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Destination: Ajmer and Pushkar
Duration : 8 to 10 hours
|Type of Car||Charge (INR)|
|AC – Sedan||3,150|
|*Exclusions||The Parking and Taxes will be additional|
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The driver of cab services in Jaipur will pick you from the hotel in the morning at 8:00 A.M. The drive to the Dargah Sharif will be followed by a visit to the very famous Anasagar Lake followed by the Akbar’s Palace and Museum along with Adhai Din Ka Jhonpra in Ajmer. The last stop will be Pushkar which is 15 kms from Ajmer.
Pushkar is a very famous Hindu pilgrimage site. Legend has that it was settled by Hindu Lord Brahma. When in Pushkar you will also be taken for a tour of the Pushkar Lake and Jagatpita Brahma Temple.
This is the world famous Islamic mortmain of Saint Moinuddin Chishti. He is also famously known as Garib Nawaz which means benefactor of the poor. People from all over the world have deep respect for this place irrespective of their religion.
It is the oldest building in Ajmer. It is actually a mosque which was earlier a temple and then demolished and re construed on the order of the Mohammad Ghori in 60 days thus the name.
The damming of the river Luni led to the construction of this artificial lake. The construction took place u Dear the reign of Arnoraja in 12the century. The lake also has a small island in the middle which iseasily accessible by boat.
It was constructed by Akbar in 1570. The palace now has a museum which has collections of ancient sculptures, rock inscriptions, miniature paintings, etc.
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.
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.