Ajmer review

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akbari fort & museum

Aditya Raj Saraogi: Decent fort, well maintained, and has a lot of ancient artifacts.Do give it a visit when you are at Ajmer. Getting to the fort is a slight challenge with your car during evening hours as it is in the middle of the market. However, you can use the parking here to see most of the tourist spots close by along with a market visit. There was hardly any crowd when we visited. Should be promoted better

Chhavi Sharma: surprisingly quiet! Even after being located near the hustling and bustling area of Ajmer, the fort/museum was very quiet and beautiful. it has been maintained well after the recent work done, although I'd have loved more stuff on the actual history of the fort in the museum along with other historical collections

Ana Sagar Lake

Subhojit Mitra: One of the biggest lakes in saw in my recent time. And one the biggest in Rajasthan. Maybe the government and officials should check more on cleaning the sides of the Lake. It's green and beautiful 😍

Neha Basera: The lake is beautiful. Many birds you will see around the lake. Boating is also available in the lake. It has photogenic spots as well. Cafes are also there with a good view of the lake. Parking is available

Ajmer Sharif Dargah

Saud Haque: Khwaja Gharib Nawaz Dargah is the place where u can achieve inner peace. It is crowded throughout the year as people from all over the world come to visit the holy place. Once I entered there, I was not willing to go back. One can spend hours sitting inside and can feel the positive vibe. It is a very well-maintained, neat, and tidy place. But you have to take care of your belongings in such a huge crowd.