Our cab service provides a two-day tour in which passengers can visit Ajmer on the first day and Pushkar on the second day. There are many places, which the people can visit in Ajmer on the first day and some of these places have been described here.
Day 1 Ajmer
First day the driver will take the passengers on the tour of Ajmer where they can visit various places in the city. Some of these places are described here.
Ajmer Sharif Dargah
The Ajmer Sharif Dargah is one of the most famous shrines, which is visited by people of all religions. This dargah is the shrine of a Sufi saint Moinuddin Chishti and was built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. Thousands of people come to visit the shrine daily and at the time of urs, there is a huge crowd.
The fort was built by Chauhan dynasty to protect the Ajmer city. It is one of the oldest forts in India. The circumference of the wall covers a few kilometers and gives it a good look.
Akbari Fort and Museum
This monument is situated in the middle of the city and was also a home for the son of Emperor Akbar. The museum includes armors and scriptures of Rajputs and Mughals. The building was constructed in the basis of Mughal architecture.
AAna Sagar Lake
Nareli Jain Temple
Dhai Din Ka Jhopra
Maharana Partab Smark
Soniji Ki Nasiya
Day 2 Pushkar
After visiting various places in Ajmer, we take the passengers to Pushkar on the second day and they can visit this holy town and various monuments of this place.
Pushkar Lake is very popular and people come here for the purpose of pilgrimage. The lake is surrounded by more than fifty ghats. It is the same place where Pushkar fair is held. Many migratory birds also visit the lake in different seasons.
The temple is also known as Jagatpita Brahma Temple and is located near Pushkar Lake. The temple was built in 14th century and white marble and stone have been used in its construction. Tourists can find images of Braham in the temple. Most people visit the temple after taking the bath in the Pushkar Lake.
It is one of the largest temples in Pushkar and is dedicated to Varah, which is a wild boar. This boar is considered as an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. This temple was built in 12th century. The temple was destroyed by Aurangzeb and was restored by Sawai Jai Singh II.
Pushkar Camel Fair
This is a very popular fair in which people from Rajasthan come here on camels. It is one of the largest fair of camels in which around 50,000 camels. This fair is arranged in the month of November. The camels are decorated with various dresses and are paraded. Camel races are also arranged here.
Our drivers provide all the facilities so that people can visit the places easily. We also make arrangements for guides who tell about the history of the monuments.