Ajmer is a lovely city dotted with lots of marvellous monuments, temples and mosques. This land of history is a prominent pilgrimage destination for both Hindus and Muslims. Ajmer “the picturesque” land is situated on the southwest of Jaipur, and is nothing but an oasis engulfed in the green hills.
As you enter this lovely land, the beautiful palaces and monuments that adore the sands of Ajmer will be a lovely treat to your worn out eyes. There are innumerable beautiful and aesthetic Forts and Palaces in Ajmer.
Few notable forts and palaces at Ajmer are Taragarh Fort, Akbar Fort, Bijay Niwas Palace, Mansingh Palace and more. The Dargah, Shahjahan's Mosque, Adhai-din ka Jhonpra, Mayo College, Pushkar Lake, Man Mahal, Foy Sagar, and Ajmer Sharief are also worth visiting.
The Taragarh Fort at Ajmer needs a special mention. Though this fort is hoary it has a classic beauty. One needs to trek through the steep climb that takes to the top of the palace.
From atop the whole Ajmer city sparkles like a diamond. The Bijay Niwas Palace is also another masterpiece, known for its intricate craftsmanship. The Bijay Niwas Palace was erected by Thakur Bijay Singhji in 1910.