Ajmer Travel Guide

The city of Ajmer was founded in the 7th century by Raja Ajaipal Chauhan who named it ‘Ajaimeru’ or ‘The Invincible Hill.

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Ajmer's cuisine derives much of its spice, excitement and colour from the street food here. The must haves here are the Chaat, Samosa, Kachori and Kadi-Bhujje.

Ajmer is a mini paradise for shopping lovers, mostly females. There are craft melas and many other festivals to introduce the culture of Rajasthan in a happening way.

Though there are strict rules pertaining to drinking and having non-veg food in Ajmer because of the fact that Ajmer is a holy city for Muslims as well as Hindus.

The city of Ajmer Sharif in Rajasthan, India lies to the south west of Jaipur. Ajmer travel & tourism is mostly famous as a pilgrimage. Both Hindus as well as Muslims look upon this city with great reverence.

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