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Tourist Attractions

Akbar’s Palace and Museum

The Place was built by Emperor Akbar, this palace lures the tourists with its invincible structure. Flanked by two parallel dense walls, this was the place where Jahangir met the British ambassador Sir Thomas Roe. Constructed in the year 1570, this palace is considered as one among the mightiest citadel in the southeast part of Rajasthan. The fort walls include a double storied bastion enclosed by a chain of columns held jointly at the top by bends. A hefty foyer in the core of the turret leads into so many rooms, this palace was intended for the emperor and his troops whilst there stay in Ajmer. This magnificient palace serves as an ostentatious way to obtain quixotic and riotous history of Ajmer.
This impressive structure is transformed into a Museum in 1908. The museum holds Hindu figurines that date back to 6th and 7th century, which are the classic reminiscent of Rajput and Mughal reigns. This museum also houses an imposing black marble effigy of Goddess Kali. The Museum exhibits medieval and ancient artillery and arsenals, fabulous paintings and sculptures on stones, which makes the visit very precious.

Camel Safari at Pushkar
Ever imagined aimless wander across the desert without loosing the comforting thought of an emergency rescue; you deserve the camel safari. Join the Camel Safari and explore the Deserts of Rajasthan. The Camel Safari explores the charted and sometimes even uncharted routes while halting at en-route villages for an overnight halting interaction with desert dwellers. The Safari stretches anything between 2 days to a month depending upon the comfort level. The Safaris are accompanied by knowledgeable escorts/guides and is an experience not to be missed. The rides are tough yet enjoyable since it caters for carrying your entire family and baggage.

Lake Foy Sagar in Ajmer
Lake Foy Sagar is situated in the suburb of the city, Lake Foy Sagar is a picturesque artificial lake named after the engineer Mr Foy, an Englishman, who created it under a famine relief project. It is a masterpiece when it comes to artificial lakes. He created it to tackle with harshest conditions of famine under a famine relief project. This artificial lake was constructed in the year 1892. It appears as flat as a pancake, and offers the eye-catching sights of the neighboring Aravalli Mountains.

Nasiyan Jain Temple (Red Temple)
The Nasiyan Jain temple located on the Prithvi Raj Marg at the Ajmer travel. Also known as the Red Temple. The Nasiyan Temple is dedicated to the first Jain Tirthankara Rishabdeoji. According to Col. James Tod, The columns are most worthy of attention; they are unique in design, and with the exception of the cave temples, probably amongst the oldest now existing in India. There may be forty columns but not two are alike. The ornaments at the base are peculiar, both as to form and execution; the lozenges might be transferred to the Gothic cathedrals of Europe.