city, surrounded by the Aravallis and located in the heart of Rajasthan, is
130 km to the west of Jaipur. This place is worth visiting for its natural
charm,and its religious,historical and architectural interests. The city has
seen the rise and fall of many kingdoms.
Ajmer is a major centre for Muslim pilgrims during the fast of Ramazan, and
has some impressive Muslim architecture. The annual Urs at Dargah of Khwaja
Moinuddin Chishti is held on a grand scale and attracts pilgrims from all
over the world irrespective of their caste and religion. For Hindus,Ajmer is
just a base to reach nearby Pushkar,and if during the Camel Fair of Pushkar,
accomodation becomes a problem; Ajmer is the option open to them.
Alwar is a city situated between a cluster of small hills in the Aravalli
range. There is a massive fort on one of the hills bringing to mind the glorious
history of this place.
The city has rich heritage buildings,nice lakes,pictureque wooded valleys.
Some of the finest variety of birds and animals are spotted here. Alwar has
one of the finest wild life sanctuaries in Rajasthan-Sariska, which is an
excellent tiger country.
which is just 36 kms from Kota,is surrounded by the Aravalli hills on the
three sides and is surrounded by a massive wall with four gateways. This unexplored
city has a rich historical wealth. Once a part of Kota, it was ruled by the
Had Chauhans - who sprang from the famous Chauhan dynasty; rulers of Delhi
TThis city has interesting monuments including impressive medieval forts,
palaces, havelis, temples with beautiful stone idols and chattris with carved
pillars, along with a picturesque lake in the heart of the town, add to its