Rajasthan Travel Guide

Ajmer

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Ajmer is historical pilgrimage middle in the Indian Condition of Rajasthan, and one of the holiest shrines for the Muslims in Indian. Though it may be an Islamic shrine, there is a luxurious enticing it as individuals from all variations revere it. There is some amazing information about Ajmer that you should know before viewing this position.

Ajmer – The Holy City

The town was established by the master Raja Ajay Pal Chauhan in the 7th millennium. Once Ajmer was house to many dynasties; Mughals were the most well-known among them. Ajmer is well-known for the Dargah Sharif– Grave of the Sufi St. Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti.

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Best Time to Visit Ajmer

The best time to visit Ajmer is either in the winter months from November to March or more specifically during the annual Urs of Moinuddin Chisti in May. Thousands from across India arrive at Ajmer on pilgrimage during this auspicious period. In November at the time of the Pushkar Fair is also can enjoy 52 bathing ghats and many temples.

Weather Condition of Ajmer

  • Ajmer has a hot semi-arid climate. Its temperature remain normally high over te year. Ajmer got rain over 55 centimeters every year mainly in the Monsoon months, between June and September.
  • Average temperature in month of summers i.e April to early July is about 30°C and during monsoon, Ajmer got frequent heavy rains and thunderstorms.
  • Winter is quite mild in Ajmer and temperate ranges from 15–18°C with little or no humidity.
Ajmer City

Ajmer City

View across Ajmer By Axel Drainville

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