Just over 130 kms south-west of Jaipur is Ajmer, a burgeoning town on the shore of the Ana Sagar, flanked by barren hills. Historically, Ajmer had considerable strategic importance and was sacked by Mohammed of Ghori on one of his periodic forays from Afghanistan. Later it became a favourite residence of the mighty Mughals.
|The Dargah||Adhai-Din-Ka Jhonpara||The Museum|
|Ana Sagar Lake||Taragarh Fort||Nasiyan (Jain Temple)|
|By Bus : There are various buses from Ajmer to Jaipur, Delhi. State transport buses go to many destinations including Jodhpur, Udaipur, Bundi, Bharatpur, Bikaner and Jaisalmer.
By Train : Ajmer is on the Delhi-Jaipur-Marwar-Ahmedabad-Mumbai line and most of the trains on this line stop at Ajmer. There is a Shatabdi express between Ajmer and Delhi.
Places nearby Ajmer
Agra     363 kms.,
Bikaner     233 kms.,
Delhi    389 kms.,
Jaipur     131 kms.,
Jaisalmer     439 kms.,
Jodhpur     200 kms.,
Udaipur     274 kms.,
Kota     201 kms.,
Places to eat
It has a good selection of veg and nonveg indian, Chinese and Continental food. Their banana lassi is refreshing.|
Tandoor Restaurant Situated little out of town on Jaipur road, offers an assortment of indian veg and nonveg food.
Sheesh Mahal Situated at the Mansingh Palace, is worth considering for a minor splurge. It serves indian, Chinese and Continental cuisine.
Bhola Hotel It is a very good veg restaurant. It offers tasty thalis and variety of other dishes.
Cities of Rajasthan
|Mansingh palace||Merwara estate||Jaipur|