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Saturday, January 23, 2016

Visit Ajmer the Heritage of Mixed Culture

Ajmer Sharif
Ajmer is a mix of Sufi society and Hindu religion. Ajmer has dependably been a pined for and vital spot for the Rajputs, the Mughals and the Marathas. Ajmer was the seat of organization for the Chauhans till Prithviraj was crushed in 1193 AD by Mohammad Ghauri. It then turned into a part of the Delhi Sultanate.

Nonetheless, Rana Kumbha of Mewar and Raja Maldeo again settled Rajput principle over Ajmer. The yearly Urs at Dargah of Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti is hung on an excellent scale and draws in explorers from everywhere throughout the world regardless of their standing and religion.

Ajmer-e-Sharief Dargah - At the foot of an infertile slope, is arranged India's most essential journey place for individuals from all beliefs. It is the wonderful tomb of the Sufi holy person Khawaja Moinuddin Chisti all the more prevalently known as Khawaja Saheb or Khawaja Sharif. The holy place is next just to Mecca or Median for the Muslims of South Asia. Sovereign Akbar used to make a journey to this Dargah from Agra once per year.

Adhai-Din-Ka Jhonpara - One of the finest illustrations of Indo-Islamic structural planning, this mosque was a Sanskrit school in the twelfth century. In 1193 AD Mohammad Ghori crushed the school and a mosque was implicit its place. The mosque is based on columns and shockingly no two columns are indistinguishable. The openings are finely engraved with Kufi and Jughra engravings from the Holy Quran (likewise spelt as Koran).

Nasiyan (Jain Temple) - This red shaded Jain sanctuary was implicit the late nineteenth century. The wooden overlaid in the twofold storeyed lobby portrays scenes from the Jain mythology. The excellence of this sanctuary is broadly acclaimed.


Govt. Gallery - The Royal castle of Akbar was changed over into a historical center and today it houses a rich gathering of Mughal and Rajput arsenal. A percentage of the fine and fragile figures of the district have been shown here. The building itself has been developed of red sandstone, which have been set down in a square example giving it a breathtaking look.
dargah khawja moinuddin chisti
Dargah Khawja Moinuddin Chisti


Ana Sagar Lake - This lake was constructed by Anaji amid 1135-1150 AD. Later the Mughal Emperors made extra developments to embellish the lake. The 'Baradari', a marble structure was constructed by Shah Jahan and the Daulat Bagh Gardens were laid by Jehangir. This lake is found towards the north of Ajmer city.

Taragarh Fort: - Built in the seventh century by Ajaipal Chauhan, the fortress gives a 10,000 foot perspective of the city. Taragarh Fort or the 'Star fortress' is arranged on a slope and to reach there, one needs to take winding harness way.
The Dargah: At the foot of a fruitless slope and in the heart of the city arranged India's most essential journey community for individuals from all religions. It is the splended tomb of the Sufi Saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti, prominently known as Dargah Shariff. The Shrine is next just to the Mecca or Medina for the Muslims of South Asia. Akbar used to make journey to Dargah from Agra once per year.

The Mausoleum has a monstrous entryway, which is manufactured by the Nizam of Hyderabad. The two enormous cauldrons in the yard are of a specific inerest and on the right half of the patio is the Akbari masjid manufactured in white marble arch. Thre is another mosque in the patio constructed by Shah Jahan. The holy people tomb with a splended marble arches is in the cnetre of the second yard which is encompassed by silver stage.

The holy places draws in a great many pioneers amid the Urs - celebrating the demise commemoration of the holy person, held from the Ist to sixth day of the Islamic month of Rajab. A bright reasonable that springs up amid this time is the real atraction.

Shahjahans Mosque :

In a far corner of the internal court of the dargah is the glorious building in white marble with a long and contract court having low arcade and fragile carvings with trellis - work. it is the most radiant of the considerable number of sanctums inside of the asylum of the Dargah.

Adhai commotion Ka Jhonpara:

Adhai-clamor ka-Jhonpra (more than two day asylum) is considered as the first essential Islamic structure to be implicit India. By legends, Arhai-racket ka-Jhonpra was a Sanskrit College at first and Mohammed Ghori changed over the school into a mosque inside of more than two days, subsequently the name. By legend, the structure is named after a celebration, which carried on for more than two days. The landmark has seven angled dividers with Islamic calligraphy, however the vast majority of it now stays in remnants.

Taragarh Fort:

Taragarh Fort was based on a peak by Ajaipal Chauhan, the originator of the city in the seventh century and is around 3 km from the city of Ajmer. A precarious move up prizes the tired guest with an astounding winged creatures eye perspective of Ajmer. The Fort was site of thre Military action amid the Mughal period, later utilized as a sanatorium by the British.


Mayo College - One of the India's best state funded schools, situated in the south-east of the Ana Sagar, has now been changed over to the Circuit House. The lake and the cenotaph and the place of worship of the Hindu reformer Swami Dayanand, organizer of the "Arya Samaj Movement" in India, can be seen from here.

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