The Dargah of Khwaja Mu' inuddin Chishti

Ajmer surrounded by the Aravalli, is situated on the lower slopes of the Taragarh Hill of that range. It is the base for visiting Pushkar (11 km)  and also a pilgrimage centre for the shrine of the Sufi Saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti. "As you approach the tomb the feeling of religious fervour increase, often heightened by the music being played. For many visitors, stepping into the tomb itself is the culmination of a lifetime's ambition..."
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Hotels & Stay
Your pick for stay in the city.
Eat & Drink
Numerous restaurants and cafes serving North Indian cuisine.

Local Sweets
Sohan Halwa
As you walk the streets that lead to the Chishti Dargah, you'll spot several shops selling the city's fabled sohan halwa, a grainy rich sweet that with just the right amount of sugar.
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Shop the bazaars of Ajmer
Fine local silver jewellery, tie-and-dye textiles and camel hide articles are best buys. The shopping areas are madar Gate, Station rd. Purani Mandi, Naya Bazar and Kaisarganj.

All Shopping

The churi bazaar of Ajmer has variety of shops in small lanes selling lac, glass stonework bangles. There are numerous shops to choose from.
All Bangle shops

If you are searching your favorite Bollywood designer sarees, then pick an imitation of one from these lanes.
Shop for sarees

Attars (Essential oils)
Beautifully romantic and feminine, Attars are classic perfume loved by women throughout history. The attars symbolizes pure love, and benefits on the physical, emotional and spiritual levels.

Shop Attars
Embroidery Gotas
Zari is gold, and zardozi embroidery is the glitteringly ornate, heavily encrusted gold thread work. Traditionally made for Mughal, it has now been officially adopted as bridal wear by anyone who can afford it.

Embroidery Gotas

Fair & Festival
Pushkar's Pageantry

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